This rug is generously donated by
Himalayan Rug Traders
Located in Eureka
This is a hand knotted, hand dyed, wool rug made by artisan Tibetan weavers in Kathmandu, Nepal.
This rug is made using safe and healthy manufacturing. Child labor is never used in manufacturing these rugs.
Everyone who calls 707-923-3911 will get entered in for a chance to win this incredible piece of art that would be a wonderful addition to any home.
We will be pulling the winner at the conclusion of the pledge drive.
12-12:45 Scuber Mountain
2-2:45 Blacksage Runners
3-3:45 Wovern Roots
4-4:45 Ultra Secret
5-5:45 Camo Cowboys
6-6:45 Altar Tones
7-8 Naive Melodies
8-8:30 DJ Tigre
8:30-9:30 Unconditional Luv Arkestra
9:30-10:30 DJ Damshane Dubbla
This is a real life affair, so the schedule is subject to change
Get your tickets at KMUD, Wildeberries Marketplace, Blue Moon Gift Shop and online at http://www.brownpapertickets.com/group/2561161
KMUD is proud to announce that Amy Goodman from Democracy Now! will be joining us at the Mateel Community Center on Saturday, April 16th. She will be giving a lecture followed by a book signing. Beverages, fine cocktails and dinner will be available.
**There will only be 40 VIP Meet and Greet tickets sold for this event! Don't miss this incredibly unique opportunity to meet Amy Goodman while supporting your favorite community radio station!
5PM: Doors Open
*5:30-6PM: VIP Meet and Greet
7:30PM: Book Signing
Tickets available at Redway Liquor, Wildberries Marketplace in Arcata and online at brownpapertickets.com. More information at 707-923-2513.
Fraktal Productions & Butter Music Brazil present
with very special guest
JENÖ (Wicked SF)
Marjo Lak (Fraktal/Butter Music/DGS)
Mr. 415 (Deep Groove Society)
TIGRE & Copperton3
Visuals by Pineapsys
Fine libations provided by KMUD
Friday, March 25th
Mateel Community Center
More about Jeno
Fueled by an enigmatic mystique, Jenö has remained one of San Francisco’s most beloved and sought after DJs for over two decades. Developing a passionate love for music from an early age he spent several years as a punk musician & songwriter, before discovering djing and falling into the vibrant London warehouse party scene of the mid 80s. Once Acid House fever hit the UK, Jenö never looked back, becoming known for his heady Whoosh parties, and his involvement in the early days of the notorious Tonka Sound System.
Inspired by Tonka’s cheeky f**k the rules attitude, and in search of a more psychedelic groove, Jenö, along with his British cohorts Garth, Markie & Thomas headed to San Francisco in the early 90s. This was the beginning of the now world renowned Wicked Crew, who were instrumental in firing up the SF dance music scene with their now legendary “Full Moon” parties. These wild & free outdoor gatherings were the foundation for an eclectic and soulful underground dance scene, and the driving force of the growing rave community on the West Coast.
By the mid 90s, Jenö‘s musical talents and commitment to the dance floor had helped inspire and define a new “San Francisco sound,” bringing international attention to the city’s burgeoning dance music scene. With all eyes on San Francisco, DMC sought out Jenö’s talents for a mix on their prestigious CD series “United DJs of America.” Joining the ranks of legends Frankie Knuckles, David Morales, Little Louie Vega and Doc Martin, he put together a mix of fresh local music and classic house sounds that helped put San Francisco firmly on the dance music map.
In 1995, he and the Wicked Crew took things to the next level, importing a custom made Tony Andrews designed Turbosound system from the UK. With Wicked very much in demand there was nothing else to do but hit the road, piling into a beautifully restored 1947 Grayhound bus with their own band of merry pranksters, delivering their soulful psychedelic sounds with a rock’n’roll attitude that took the U.S by storm. The touring continued through the late 90s, including some unforgettable stops at Burning Man, Reggae on the River, and even a Jane’s Addiction concert in 2001.
As the new millennium approached, Jenö took his talents to the studio and began producing his own unique take on dance music. He met all expectations with several remixes on fellow Wicked DJ Garth’s Greyhound label, including the internationally acclaimed “Stormy Weather” remix of Rocket’s “People.” This was followed by remixes on Cheeky, Turnaround Sound, NRK & others. Jenö’s production talents aren’t limited to the dance floor, having worked on some dark brooding indie music in recent years, and currently producing live acid house for his monthly “Cult of the Acid House” party.
In 2004, Wicked disbanded after 13 years of amazing collaboration. Undeterred, Jenö and Garth have kept the spirit alive with their regular Back2Back appearances up and down the West Coast; a fun loving and boundary pushing musical romp through the last 40 years of dance music. In 2011, Wicked reformed with a “Twenty Years of Disco Glory,” reunion tour encompassing 13 cities across the country. The success of the tour has put a vital missing piece back into the global dance community.
Jenö’s mythical mixing talents have translated far and wide with a diverse international cult following. He has demonstrated these talents on the decks in the premier clubs across the globe, including the legendary Twilo in NYC, The End, Fabric & Ministry of Sound in London, Unit in Tokyo and the Rex Club in Paris. Jenö continues to perform & present music with a unique and psychedelic perspective, djing regularly again across the US, as well as hosting his own musically mischievous cult radio show – Noise from the Void, broadcast bi-monthly with the changing cycle from Full Moon & New Moon.
Set from NoiseFromTheVoid radio show:
Interview of Jenö for Test Pressing:
VISION Statement - Redwood Community Radio envisions a community of listeners who, guided by the example of RCR programming, work together to create better, more just and sustainable world systems, to ensure that all humans and other living species on earth move toward a higher quality of life, and are able to survive challenges in the times ahead.
MISSION - Redwood Community Radio will encourage a communication center of open airways (KMUD) for all voices to inform, educate, entertain and inspire the listening community through quality programming.
Redwood Community Radio - Board of Directors
Oct. 6, 2015 – 3:30
Healy Sr. Ctr., Redway, CA
I. Call to order: Meeting ground rules; opening comments from the President
Roll call: board-appointed Christine Doyka, Mark Marchese, Treasurer Sarah Scudder
members’ reps Vice-president Siena Klein, Cody Comfy Dillon, Maria Savage
programmers’ reps Secretary Jack Frybulous, President Dan Murphy, Jimmy Durchslag
station manager Jeanette Todd
II. Sept. minutes were unanimously approved.
III. Approval of agenda. Dan moved to add Closed Session – personnel. Christine seconded, unanimously approved.
IV. Closed session – Personnel
V. Open time
VI. Management report – submitted.
VII. Discussion / questions for Management – Some discussion of compliance calendar. Ruby will take a month to help with audio-engineering, Nate to assist, perhaps work on a Procedures manual.
VIII. Consent calendar – unanimously approved.
A. In order to conform with changes in California law, the following sentence is hereby deleted from RCR’s Bylaws [art. IV, sec. 3]: The station Management, whether it consists of one person or a team at any given time, shall serve as ex-officio (non-voting) member(s) of the Board of Directors. [2nd approval means this is now policy.]
B. Management Evaluation is made a standing committee.
C. The Board authorizes the Station Manager to withdraw from reserve funds to cover payroll costs without prior approval. The Station Manager will immediately notify the Board that s/he has done so.
IX. Finance Com. report – Dan asked about stringers: JT leave as-is at $45K and leave salary where it’s at until transitions: leave till we know more, first pass at budget. Sarah will invite CCUSH reps to next Finance meeting. Comfy mentioned endowments.
X. The board welcomed Simon Frech to address “power increase on 91.1” (New Business, item F). JT asked about additional costs; Simon said he didn’t think Gray would charge us for filing. RCR will negotiate with PG&E to switch from the peak day plan to a lower-cost program. He also noted that the HAF gives advice on endowments for non-profits; and that our live audio streaming is handled by a company different than the one providing us web hosting.
Jimmy moved to approve the power upgrade, and look into the more cost-effective situation. Dan seconded. Unanimously approved.
XI. Unfinished business
A. Strategic plan, check-in. TBA at Thursday’s meeting, at which we’ll ID action-items. Siena: last Strat Plan only mentioned the Board. Sarah suggested those interested in certain items work on them: start email threads. Comfy suggested focusing on items costing money.
B. 40 5-lb bags coffee, 5:00. (Cost per: ~ $45 each.) Siena moved we give it away to non-profits, unanimously approved.
C. Aug. 13 report fm Policy. Dan moved to table, no progress.
D. Syndication. Tabled; sent back to Policy.
E. Photos of Mudders. Announce group photo in advance of the Programmers meeting. Jack moved to adopt Jeanette’s suggestion of having Agnes and Lynn start taking photos of Staff, then those Ps whose photos are NOT in the 2012 Program Guide. Dan seconded; unanimously approved. (Comfy will get directors’ photos.)
F. Financial emergencies: $20K in reserve. Jack moved to table this item; Dan seconded; unanimously approved.
G. Security update. Jeanette will update the KMUD family on developments in the security situation.
XII. New business
A. Elections time-line. Announcement and “nomination open” season go out early November.
B. Honoring KMUDders who cross over. Tom McBride: first BoD president, recently passed. Jeanette will look into memorializing.
Jack moved to have the PD or PAD to notify community of deaths of programmers. Christine seconded: unanimously approved.
C. Paul Encimer arrived to discuss his omsbuddy proposal which would provide a sort of advocate for those who feel unfairly treated, and report only to the Board.
Sarah moved to table, Dan seconded; unanimously approved.
D. Collecting past due pledges. Look more closely at who owes how much. Jack moved that the SM email Board members the list; unanimously approved.
E. Move location board meetings. Jack moved that BoD meetings happen at CR; Sarah seconded. Unanimously approved.
F. Power increase on 91.1 [See item X.]
XIII. Committee Reports
A. Programmers’ Reps. Oct. 17 meeting.
B. Members’ Reps.
C. Community Advisory Boards: David O., Rob Bier, Tanya Lynne (Central)
D. Correspondence Secretary. Thank you’s sent.
i. No one blocked the poll question: Would you block Pledge Drive becoming a standing committee?
H. Mediation. Meeting upcoming.
I. Emergency Preparedness – JT will call a meeting.
J. Management Evaluation – next step: job description.
K. Transition / Hiring meets Monday at 10. Replace Dave, Terri and Emily; Dian to be gone a couple of months.
L. Elections – Time-line is next step.
M. Networking. Jack will contact the Garberville CoC.
XIV. Schedule - Committee meetings
Unless otherwise noted, all meetings take place at KMUD, 1144 Redway Dr., Redway, CA.
If you plan on attending a meeting, it would be wise to confirm no changes have taken place.
A. Board of Directors 1st Tues., 3:30 pm (Redwood Playhouse)
B. Development 1st Wed., 10 am (Wed., Oct. 14, 10 am; Nov. 4, 10 am)
C. Executive 2nd Tues., 10 am
D. Policy Wed., Oct. 21, noon
E. Program Selection 2nd + 4th Tues., 1 pm
F. Finance 3rd Tues. (Oct. 20), 3 pm
G. Board talk show 2nd Wed. (Oct., Jan., Apr., Jul.) Jimmy, Maria, Sarah.
H. Board / Staff meeting Oct. 8, 10 am.
This meeting started at 3:34 and ended at 6:50 (3 h, 16 m).
Approved minutes submitted for publication on 12 NOV ’15.