Two Great Events Sat. Mar 1st @Mutiny Radio
EVICTION TIMES Art Opening 6-8pm
Interview with Ramones Drummer Richie Ramone 8-10pm
6-8pm FREE! LIVE on Air! Printmaking Workshop! FUN! ART!
Are Google-Bus geeks getting you down? Are you tired of Twitter Twerps tweeting on your turf? Is social Media hype sucking the substance out of your favorite San Francisco? When was the last time you heard anyone say; “I am one rent-controlled apartment from leaving San Francisco for good.”…
Well my friend, in these “San Francisco Eviction Times” you are not alone and we are not powerless against this onslaught of inter-net whitewash.
Come Join Mutiny Radio for an exhibition of posters and prints inspired by the masterful and immensely popular Mexican printmaker Jose Guadalupe Posada.
Posada’s street news broadsides have inspired local artists to develop their own interpretation of current events. Eviction is the theme, no slumlord is safe and your attendance is a must!
“San Francisco Eviction Times” will run from February 19th until April 10th at the Mutiny studio cafe at 21st and Florida. On Saturday March 1st from six until eight, we will hold a live radio and free printing event with interviews, live music and a live print demonstration. Don’t miss it!
And From 8-10pm on Sounds from the Street:
An interview with Ramones drummer Ritchie Ramone:
She’s BACK! This Saturday 2/22!
And Every 4th Saturday from 6-8pm at Mutiny Radio!!!!
Listen LIVE or come in to the station!
2781 21st st. SF, CA 94110
Once a month at Mutiny Radio Shuggah is back with A French English Show and this month we have the honor to have the Genie Love in the Gallery and Anthony Medina who will join me on my show to do what we do the best
Open to the public and all ages
BYOB and your great attitude
a FREE Comedy Show
this Saturday 2/15, 6-8pm @ Mutiny Radio
“Sisyphus” a photo project by Victoria Mara Heilweil
Showing: Jan 4-Feb 17th
Reception with the Artist: Sat, 2/8 @6pm
Victoria’s photographic art practice transforms images of the mundane onto the sublime. She is inspired by wabi-sabi, a philosophy and aesthetic that comes from Japanese Buddhism. It is a beauty of things imperfect, impermanent, and incomplete; of things modest and humble, of things unconventional. For the artist, true beauty exists only in imperfection and thus she is fascinated by marks, traces and remnants. She photographs them as a way to reference both time and personal narratives. Marks are often seen as ugly or undesirable, particularly in a disposable culture that fetishizes the clean and new. The traces left on objects communicate a particular person or person’s interaction with them. They are specific and revealing, unique and historical, intimate and almost embarrassing.
Sisyphus is an archive of the ordinary and the every day. The images map beauty from an unsuspecting space, hidden gems in the mess. We are temporal beings, bounded by our mortality. The question of time, and how we spend it, becomes increasingly more important as we age. Dishes are a daily ritual the artist does not enjoy. Making these photographs is her attempt to make peace with this necessity in her life and a challenge to make herself see the sublime in a surprising space.
“Does this JOKE Make Me Look FAT?”
One Woman Comedy Show Fri 1/31 @8 (Mutiny), Sat 2/1 @5pm (The Purple Onion at Kell’s)
Mutiny Radio Presents: “Does This Joke Make me Look Fat”
This performance poet turned comedian is excited to present a full length comedy show at two venues: Mutiny Radio and The Purple Onion at Kell’s. She jokes about feminism, cats, cougar sex with 23 yr old skateboarders, her deeply religious past and literary smart people stuff. She’ll sing and dance for the man, and even do part of this comedic show in her underwear. You won’t want to miss it.
Sat Feb 1st 5pm
The Purple Onion at Kells
530 Jackson (North Beach)
$10, 1 drink min
Please contact Pam Benjamin at email@example.com for more details.
“Petty Troubles” Album Release featuring Matt Montgomery with Brian McCune and Special Guests Van Dyke Parks with an awesome Orchestra.
Montgomery and Van Dyke Parks with Awesome Orchestra
Petty Troubles is a live orchestral pop album featuring the songs of Matt Montgomery, orchestrated by Brian Adam McCune, and produced by Brendan West. Petty Troubles is also the title of the companion documentary, directed by Isaac Pingree, that chronicles the process, perks, and pitfalls of recording an independent album live in one day with 30 Bay Area musicians.
Hear the awesome interview!
Sunday, January 26, 2014
4:00 p.m.- 6:00 p.m.
Doors open at 3:00 p.m.
The Malonga Casquelourd Center
1428 Alice Street
Oakland, CA 94612
Who Cares About the SuperBowl Now?!
Not Mutiny Radio. Come to one of these amazing events February 2nd: SuperBowl: Men in Tights or Winter Dance Party!
“SuperBowl: Men in Tights” Live superbowl (without sound) and commercials (with sound) at the ROXIE Theatre 3117 16th st, SF, CA 94110 3pm, Comedians David Cairns, OJ Patterson, and David “Snackbar Jackson” Gborie host with special guests: Matt Nelsen, Chrysteena Lairammore, Spencer Bainbridge, Max McCal, Alaini Foxall, Olivia Kingsley, Juan Medina, Cheerleader Pam Benjamin and Chris Blair.
S come to the Roxie Theatre and drink some beers and laugh your asses off in their fluffy seats.
$10 donation benefits SFIndiefest and Roxie Theatre.
A Tribute to the day the Music Died. Come celebrate the lives of Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens and The Big Bopper on the 54th anniversary of their final show! Live performance of their classic hits featuring: Aaron Barrett (Floating Goat), Isaiah Mitchell (Earthless/Golden Void), Camilla Mitchell (Golden Void), Tommy Arnold (True Hustle Entertainment), and Will Crawford. Special guests: Andre Thierry and Zydeco Magic.
Sunday Feb 2nd
Brick and Mortar Music Hall 8pm
1710 Mission St
Mutiny Presents: 4 Bands at “Neck of the Woods” Jan 18th
Come to Neck of the Woods Saturday January 18th for some amazing music hosted by the amazing Shuggah! Only $8 at the door includes 4 bands and the comic stylings of Mutiny Radio’s own Pamtatsic (Pam Benjamin).
Neck of the Woods
406 Clement St, San Francisco, California 94118
SEE YOU THERE!
Amazing OPEN MICs at Mutiny Radio!
Come Perform or be in the Audience. You are always welcome at 2781 21st St!
6-8pm: New Joke Workshop.
Comics work out new jokes and premises in front of a vocal panel of their peers. Also the “Heckling is Helping” segment where the audience heckles a “riffing” comic to provide a safe and supportive environment to practice dealing with assholes when you’re booked on a show. Where else can you practice this shit, right? Come participate or listen in. Good times.
8-10pm: 3MSqrd Open Mic with Mikey Valentino
This traditional open mic is anything but traditional. All are welcome to express themselves: poets, musicians, comics, political ranters- come one, come all.
3-6pm: The Common Thread Collective Open Mic with Diamond Dave
Global Val and Fernando present legendary Diamond Dave’s totally open mic. They cast a wide net to find the common thread and then let light flourish; They they don’t panic ’cause they keep it organic. If you love poetry, rainbows and anarchists, this is the show for you.
8-11pm: Pamtastic’s Comedy Clubhouse
The best of San Francsico’s Underground comedy scene performs every Friday at Mutiny Radio. 7:30pm sign up for comics, 8-11pm show. The Clubhouse loves audience. The audience loves the Clubhouse. With over 25 comics performing every week, you never know what kind of comic you will get. If you don’t like it, don’t worry, there will be another one in 5 minutes.
COME BE A PART OF THE AUDIENCE or PARTICIPATE in any one of these four amazing open mics weekly at Mutiny Radio at 21st and Florida.
Come to this great CD release Party at the Rickshaw Stop!
Friday, Jan 3rd 8pm
The Rickshaw Stop
155 Fell st @ Van Ness
An Interview with Paul Mooney! Tonight! On Pamtastic’s Comedy Clubhouse at 10pm
NEW SHOWS! OLD SHOWS! ALL SHOWS!
Meet your new and old DJs!
House of Pride with Tweaka Turner and Pearl Teese every Wednesday 6-8pm! Bringing the Pride to Mutiny with amazing LGBT friendly guest interviews, incredible local house music and super fun times! House of Pride ALWAYS treats their live audience to lovely beverages and delicious snacks. Come to the station!
Chris Conaster wants to make your Lonely Lunch less lonely with fantastically curated music from the 80′s, 90′s and beyond. See how lonely he looks at his lunch? I bet it’s just peanut butter and doesn’t have any jelly. Listen to him EVERY THURSDAY noon-2pm.
The Common Thread OPEN MIC is every Friday 3-6pm and casts a WIDE net to find the common thread between Diamond Dave, Global Val (of Women’s Magazine Fri 2-3pm), Willy D (The Radical Corner Wed 4-6pm) and the community. You NEVER know who’s going to perform! Let light flourish!
THE MARIJUANA HITS radio program brings art and marijuana advocacy together with DJ ReLeaf and marijuana activist Debby Goldsberry. Exciting guests. Great times every Friday 6-8pm!
Kerim Harmanci from The Blunder Bus Saturday 2-4pm! He’s funny. He will most likely have some funny guests representing The Purple Onion at Kell’s and The Comedy College.
Kerim doing a live broadcast at 111 Minna with Brooks Rocco of Thinking Cap Saturday noon-2pm. He brings findings every week, plays amazing surf rock from the 60′s, is into some bizarre tunes that will intrigue you week after week. Also snack time with Matt Guiest is exactly what you think it is.
Creepy B is the queen of the horribly dark and beautiful. Listen to her and Roxy Roller every Wednesday night from midnight to 2am when she spins nefarious tunes.
Roxy Roller brings you the rock EVERY Sunday noon to4pm. Live bands, fun times, great guests and ROCK. Come to the station and rock your face off.
NEW JOKE WORKSHOP! A New Show EVERY Monday 6-8pm
This NEW SHOW on Mutiny Radio is every Monday from 6-8pm. LIVE on air and podcast post, this is an opportunity for comedians to try out NEW material (or material they are working on) in front of a panel of comics who will critique them post set on-air. Comics helping comics with positive feedback and specific details of what resonated with them as an audience, it’s fun to listen to or be a part of! The show is divided into three segments: Part 1: 3 min comedy sets will be critiqued by a panel of 3 comics. Part 2: 3 min riff sets involving audience heckling. (I mean when ELSE can we practice how to deal with that shit?) Part 3: Shameless self-promotion Everyone can have the opportunity to be on the critique panel, even REAL people (ie. non-comics), and first come first serve on both the planned sets and riffing sets. See you Monday!
A Very Special Thunderegg Holiday Party at Mutiny Radio
The Tape, the Party
90-minute best-of album now available; incredible holiday radio party in SF on Saturday
Dear friends of the Egg, There are two important and fun items for us to report to you: 1. Today we celebrate the release of the first official best-of-Thunderegg collection, He’s Actually Pretty Cool Once You Get to Know Him: A Thunderegg Sampler (1995-2012). Ninety minutes! Twenty-eight tracks! And…it’s available as an instant digital download or limited-edition double-length cassette, complete with the phenomenal insert you see above. (You get the download free if you get the tape.) From “Christy Pickle” to “If I Went on a Diet” to “Not What I Meant,” this is a unique slice of some deeply underground, deeply catchy shit. It’s a great gift idea. 2. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 14, starting around 3:30 p.m. and ending promptly at 6, Thunderegg is hosting a holiday concert/party/radio broadcast/video shoot/blowout at Mutiny Radio, 2781 21st St., at the corner of Florida St., San Francisco.
Seats are limited; click here to purchase advance tickets. David Colón will co-MC a two-hour special of live music and camaraderie, featuring beer, Thundereggnog, and copies of the above-mentioned cassette—all of it captured to Internet audio and multi-camera video madness. Live broadcast commences at http://pcrcollective.org at 4:00 PST; Dad, that means you can listen to it from New Jersey at 7. Happy holidays, everyone; tell everyone about the new comp, and we hope to see/hear from you (they even have a request line) on Saturday!
This Weekend at the Station (2781 21st St., SF, CA 94110) is INCREDIBLE!
“I’ve Been Doing Comedy Less than 1 year, but I’m F**king Awesome” Showcase
THE ANT- Recent Works art Reception
Especially SF: Stand-up and Storytelling
Mutiny Radio has Amazing NEW Shows!
Sunday: 10am to noon “The Sunday Morning Mosh Pit” – with Jackson McBrayer, brought to you by 6th Circle Comic; great morning metal to wake up your weekend.
Mon: 2-4pm “Welcome to My House Party”- with David Hobley; from early 90′s hip-hop and R&B to everything Hip-hop NOW and the coolest Jams
Mon: 4-5pm “The Irish Hour”- with Glowpunk, Frank Cronin. Irish YouTube superstar tells you about everything from the Irish being a new breed of fish to what it’s like to live in a tent for a year.
Tues: 2-4pm “Spoiler Alert with Clay and Tony”- Clay Newman and friends talk all about TV, movies and why distraction is awesome.
Wed: 12a-2a “Horror Hop with Roxy and Creepy B”- Roxy Roller brings his mistress of the horror, Creepy B to play the best late night jams.
Thurs: noon-2pm “The Lonely Lunch”- with Chris Conaster. Be lonely with Chris. Eat your sad peanut butter sandwich in your cubicle while listening to the best music blend of the 80′s and 90′s. This is Chris at Lunch; look how lonely he is:
Thurs: 2-4pm “Behind the Mynd”- with David Colon. Singer songwriters clamber to play live and hang out with Mutiny’s own songwriting genius David. Always a glorious show that bathes in the joy of self-expression.
Fri: noon-2pm “The Weekly Review: or The world is Depressing and Sometimes We Play Music”- Roman Rimer and Molly Trad TELL US THE TRUTH about what’s really going on in San Francisco every week.
Sat: Noon-2pm “Thinking Cap”- Brooks Rocco always plays the most bizarre deep tracks and LOVES surf rock from the 60′s. Also, snack reviews with Matt.
Sat: 2-4pm “The BlunderBus”- Kerim Harmanci is very, very funny and we never know WHAT he will do. Interviews with comics from The Purple Onion happen, and other things.
Sat: 4-6pm “Smashed Yooks”- Rachel Higgy plays the BEST hip hop and R and B from the 80′s and beyond. She’s into that late 80′s smooth groove, baby. Check out all our new shows on the PODCAST page. Download. Listen. Enjoy. Mutiny Radio, helping your ears to be infinitely cooler.
NEW JOKE WORKSHOP LIVE @ MUTINY RADIO !
TOMORROW! 12/2! COMICS!!!! You wanna try out some new jokes… on the radio?!?!?! Sure you do! Come to Mutiny Radio on Monday Dec 2nd from 6pm-8pm for a new joke workshop LIVE on the air. Please prepare the following: 3 one liners 1 story joke and be ready to do 3 mins of “riffing”. We’ll be critiquing each other’s jokes on air and even writing one LIVE!!! (then you can all go to the Mon Brainwash open mic or stay at the station for 3MSqrd’s Open Mic!)
Comedy Clubhouse OPEN MIC FUNdraiser for Homelessness
||As general in the SF Bay Area Comedy Army, and Mommy to all Comedians who will let me, when I found out that one of our comics in the community was homeless… well, The Comedy Clubhouse on Mutiny Radio had to do something! On Friday, November 29th from 8-11pm, Pamtastic’s Comedy Clubhouse will be raising money for this wonderful comic so he can get a phone, and an ID, and hopefully take some steps toward a place to stay. $2 a minute for the open micBake SaleRaffle Don’t be a dick. Come listen to comedy, laugh and really help one of our own.|
Monday, November 18th, 1-2pm Women’s Magazine with Global Val 2nd Women’s Poetry Showcase: Poetry as an Agent of Change KPFA 94.1 & kpfa.org There are several ways to listen LIVE: KPFA 94.1 FM KPFB 89.3 FM Comcast Digital Cable 967 iPhone: Public Radio App Android: TuneIn Radio App WebOS: Public Radio App KPFA Live Stream Channel: kpfa.org Archive/Podcast will be posted here and on kpfa.org and kpfawomensmag.blogspot.com Poetry as an Agent of Change When I started producing shows for Women’s Magazine on KPFA 94.1, my intention was and remains to be highlighting women who are changing the world. I’ve brought it back to poetry this month because Poetry is an underdog of change. In this show, we’ll hear from two poets who are using their words & work to inspire and activate others toward personal growth and creative community-based solutions for some of the world’s most daunting challenges.
Poets Alicia Zakon is an educator and spoken word poet in & from Berkeley, CA. She’s written a poetic memoir called “Laundry and Love Notes”, a collection of poems she wrote from age 10-25 that reveal her own choices in love & dating and gives readers a raw examination of how she has grown as a young woman. She plans to teach a series of free poetry workshops in 15 cities around the country so other young women can receive the gift of poetry as a means to deal with life’s transgressions and gain a better sense of self-worth. You can contribute to her workshop tour by purchasing her book on her website, www.laundryandlovenotes.com
Alexandria ‘Rain’ is an ambassador of peace and positivity who came into our lives at The Common Thread Collective (Fridays 3-6pm) at Mutiny Radio this past summer. She has her feet, hands and heart planted in the grass roots as she shares her vision about how the creative collective can help us reinvigorate and inspire each other. – She’s currently involved with CAJA-3, standing up to feminicide by lobbying for a better distribution of US funds allotted for the drug war in Mexico, and by empowering a group of women in Mexico, who are suffering domestic violence, to grow and sell local delicacies to gain independence. – She was also selected to participate in a retreat with the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom as it looks ahead into the next 100 years of the organization. See the WILPF website to sign the petition to ratify CEDAW and let the 113th Congress know – on the day they’re sworn in – that Americans want the US to join 185 other countries who have signed on to the Convention on the Elimination of all forms of Discrimination Against Women.
Musicians The Necatarian Collective from the Big Island of Hawaii consists of three goddesses: Mary Isis, Sea Star and Parmita, accompanied by their friends, Lotus Moon. Today’s show features: “Cosmic Mind” and “Earth’s Child” by Mary Isis from her album Nectarian “The Wellspring” by Sea Star from her album Sacred Red and a special live track of “Only Love Can Heal Us” by Parmita All their music can be enjoyed and downloaded at www.nectarianmusic.com There are several ways to listen LIVE: KPFA 94.1 FM KPFB 89.3 FM Comcast Digital Cable 967 iPhone: Public Radio App Android: TuneIn Radio App WebOS: Public Radio App KPFA Live Stream Channel: kpfa.org Archive/Podcast will be posted here and on kpfa.org and kpfawomensmag.blogspot.com Thank you for your participation! Global Val
Voltaire Slapadelic’s CD Release Party WED. 11/10 AT Mutiny Radio!
DOOMFIELD plays LIVE featuring Laurie Amat
LIVE Painting by Pete Doolittle THIS SATURDAY 11/9 2-4pm
Mutiny Rodeo Presents: Tio Manuel TONIGHT 10/30, 8pm
4 STONES smells the dust and the blues, the slide and the dobro… It is the meeting of folk and punk rock, steady by the merciless rhythm of Léon and Lolo Ganzaman. Manu Castillo, of Andalusian origin, is a multiple and complex character. Guitarist, singer, harmonicist, for a long time acclimatized to the jungle of « le Val de Marne », eminent and respected member of the Parisian punk tribe of the beginning of the 80’s, the legendary « Raya ». All his musical universe is based on the meeting. Of his meeting with Marco Laurent, was born Wunderbach, Parisian punk combo, well appreciate in the 80’s with songs like « paris-Londres » or « Aujourd’hui dans la rue »,always living in the memories of regular customers of the « Squat des cascades et Vilains » in Paris. In the Same time, his meeting with the « Studio garage and Label’ team, will learn to him sound recording and the work of studio. In 2001, his meeting with the guitarist and bassist José Pinto, wil help himto lead as well his personnal project TIO MANUEL. Mixing easily Blues, Tex mex,Flamenco, Ska, Dub, able to speak as well about love stories and social criticism. Manu tells with his guitars, numerous and unique, his life, travels in north and south America, in a humanist way. Clearly shown completely assumed . After 3 albums, and concerts in Europe and America, Manu meets the rythm section of the rocksteady Band « The Run », with the parisian Lolo Ganzaman on bass, and Léon Téocquer, native of the Ivory coast, on drums. They will be behind Manu for a bunch of concerts in 2012. The special atmosphere of those acoustic gigs will carry them to the recording of the 4th album « 4 Stones » . A new meeting will be determining during the preparation of this album, that with the Englishman Paul Slack, historic bass player with the UK SUBS. From their friendship, an evidence will appear. Record an acoustic version of « Warhead ». Paul Slack, enthusiastic, will accept, and will come to Paris in November 2012 at la Fugitive Studio, for the recording of the track. He will also play bass and sing on it. The result of « 4 Stones » is a dark and joyful mix, starting with the Warhead cover ( including Ukulele and violin …)Follow up by 10 acoustic tracks. We speak there about deserts, girls, alcool, guns, narcos…but also about the story of Roque Dalton, a Salvadorian libertarian poet, murdered by his companions. Manu’s guitars are metallic, drought and dirty …In 2011, in Brazil, with his son, he will see a quiet night disturbed by the noise of the Ak 47 of the young narcos in the street, then was born another good track of the album. AK47 BLUES. After all those years, it would seem that this combo has found a basis, a stability which will lead it far. Tio MANUEL TRIO will be on the road again, come to meet them!
“Who Wants To Be a Headliner?” Comedy Contest
- Matt Gubser- With his mellow personality and razor sharp wit, Matt Gubser relentlessly challenges a spectrum of social conventions of all shapes and sizes, and recounts the absurdity of his experiences parenting, dating and aging. Also dick jokes.
- Paco Romane (Nov 2nd only)- is a comedian (“Best Comedian” SF Weekly/SF Guardian), actor and writer. His energetic, self-deprecating style is a hit with audiences and he is a favorite in many comedy festivals and clubs.
- Tim Logan- Hailing from Oakland, California via Hobart, Australia, Tim Logan is known for his wry point of view, spontaneity and fearless audience interaction. Tim has performed in front of thousands at outdoor music festivals and small groups of two or three in bars. He was recently invited to compete in the 38th Annual San Francisco Comedy Competition.
- Ocean Glapion is a visiting comic from Los Angeles.
- Dirty Denny (a.k.a. Chris Denny), is a 23 year old comic form Northern California. He is not afraid to talk about all things “taboo.” Whether the topic is race, religion, drugs or sexual orientation, he is just as likely to make you cringe as he is to make you reconsider your opinions.
- George Kane- is a Santa Cruz resident for over 10 years now, after living in Orlando, FL, if you can call that “living”. He performs standup comedy all over Santa Cruz County and the Bay Area, including The San Jose Improv and Rooster T. Feathers. George loves his mother, and hates Duke, like all good-hearted people.
- Evan James (Florida)- As seen on TBS and Sirius Satellite Radio, Evan (Ferl) James brings his own blend of intelligent and witty comedy to the stage, all wrapped up in the awkwardly adolescent body of a Swedish preteen.
- Moore Devine (Friday only)- Andrew Moore and Spencer Devine are “Moore Devine”! They are the comics singing with the guitar.
- Maria Shehata- An Egyptian-American Comedian born and raised in Columbus, Ohio, Maria Shehata’s unlikely blend of mid east and mid west brings to the stage a point of view that is hilarious, unique, and yet still universal. Maria’s stand up has been seen on Comedy Central’s The Watch List, Just Like Us: The Movie, and Showtime’s Bridging the Gap.
- Gina Ritter is a lot. Born and raised New Yorker, she’s now living in Northern California. She’s a stand-up comic. Writer. Laugher. Talker. Slacker. Observer. Neighbor. Pro Crastinator. Divorcer. Single Mommer and co-creator of 4 smart-assed kids.
- Mary-Alice McNab (Friday only) is a dynamic comedian in San Francisco. She has played the Purple Onion, Cobb’s Comedy Club, the Punch Line and the basement of a video store. Mary-Alice paints you a picture with act-outs. Come watch her deliver, with physicality and charisma!
$10 11/1- Mutiny Radio 8:30-11pm, 2781 21st st. SF CA 94110 11/2- The Purple Onion at Kell’s 6-8:30, 530 Jackson st. SF CA
Help a Brother Out! Fundraiser Open Mic
Friend and Mutiny Radio neighbor, Duo, was involved in a hit and run on his bike. He has sustained a 52 stich head wound and an enormous one on his neck, but let’s not be graphic! HE’S ALIVE!!! Hooray! Now, let’s help him pay rent! Open Mic: $2 a minute. Anyone can sign up. Comics, Poets, Singers, political ranters… Anyone who wants time, $2 bucks. It all goes to Duo. Every penny. We’re trying to organize a raffle/silent auction too, so if you have art, books, gift certificates… to raffle, hook a Brother Up! Friday, 25 October 2013 7-11 pm This event is happening during Pamtastic’s Comedy Clubhouse on Mutiny Radio and will be podcast post. Please donate to your friend and neighbor in the community!!!!
MUTINY RADIO SHOWCASE!
Mutiny Radio and Shuggah Present: 1st showcase at Neck Of The Woods featuring: PamTastic from Mutiny Radio with comics galore “Jules Posner, Jason Dove and Cameron Vaninni” For the music ; Jefferson Shulgin – http://
COMEDY FUNDRAISER @ LAGUNITAS LOFT!
Come support Mutiny Radio by laughing at us… I mean WITH us!
Saturday October 12th from 6-8pm at the Lagunitas Brewery LOFT $20
Beer will be flowing upstairs in their ultra cool taproom where your favorite comics from the clubhouse will be making you laugh to raise money for Mutiny. $20 bucks gets you tons of beer and laughs from:
Adrian McNair Chris Blackwood Molly Sanchez Dro Tommy Arnold Juan Medina Rolf Skar Hosted by Pam Benjamin
Comedians and delicious Lagunitas beer? Get in the car and take a field trip to Petaluma, Saturday October 12th from 6-8pm at the Lagunitas Brewery and come up to the Taproom to support your favorite community radio station, Mutiny Radio.
Public transportation available: Public transport available from SF: Golden Gate Transit 80 from 5th st to Off Board, N Corner of Copeland St Transit Mall Northbound then the Petaluma Transit – 11 – towards Washington Square to Copeland Transit Mall-1. ________________________________________________________________
COMEDY GRAB BAG!
October’s Mutiny Radio Comedy Showcase is a Grab Bag of amazing SF comics: Greag Brown, Alex Schildgen, Tom Scott, Aaron Barrett, Chris Duncan and visiting Portland comics Tyrone Collins and Anatoli Brant. Hosted by Pam Benjamin.You have two great opportunities to see this line up:
8:30pm Friday October 4th @ Mutiny Radio 2781 21st St. SF,CA 94110
Or come the following DAY!
6pm Saturday October 5th @ The Purple Onion at Kells 530 Jackson St. SF, CA 94133 $10
If you can’t be there listen live at: www.mutinyradio.fm (or download post) ________________________________________________________________
MUTINY RADIO BENEFIT!
Charlie Prowler DJ Set – Thurs Oct 26th
Charlie Prowler is back at Asiento for another vicious & delicious set of darkwave, minimal synth, Italodisco, techno, & failWave for your gorgeous brainz & bodiez. We’ll be honoring Mutiny Radio – a collective-run, non-profit internet radio station in the Mission – by giving them half of the proceeds. Mutiny Radio has some rad showz – check them out at http://pcrcollective.org/ As always, Asiento is a Prowler favorite – comfy couches, strong drinks, and that Jenga ripoff game that sends little pieces of wood flying everywhere. So get down with us on September 26th at Asiento (21st & Bryant, San Francisco, California). We hit at 9pm. It’s free but you should be 21 to walk through that door. www.CharlieProwler.tumblr.
MUTINY MISSION PONY!
Lucky Us! Mission Pony advertises Mutiny Radio
What do animatronic ponies have to do with an online community radio station? It’s all about spreading the word! What great spectacle! A fleet of animatronic ponies with YOUR LOGO HERE. This time, as a handsome pirate wench straddled a stud from Mission Pony and rode at Sunday Streets through the Mission on April 14th 2013, you couldn’t miss the Mutiny Radio flag and hind flap flapping in the blustery afternoon. Hopefully you picked up a flier, too, sending you on an adventure to the magical audio land of www.mutinyradio.fm. On the way out to Sunday Streets, the Stable Master, April Ellis, and some of the official Dudes of Mission Pony, cruised over to Mutiny Radio at 21st & Florida so the volunteer members of our collective got a chance to get a feel for the steed that was bearing OUR LOGO. It made for a grand finish to an upbeat monthly meeting. Global Val of ‘The Common Thread Collective’ & ‘Women’s Magazine’ rocks out on a Mission Pony at Mutiny Radio. We at Mutiny Radio like to support the artistic mission of artists in the Mission. Who wouldn’t love whimsical robotic ponies & unicorns? If you would like YOUR LOGO ON A PONY to cause a scene at a Sunday Streets near everyone, contact the Stable Master at www.missionpony.com In the meantime, if you LOVE MUTINY RADIO and support our mission to bring you eclectic local music, activism & entertainment 24/7, click the ‘Donate’ button and PONY UP for Mutiny Radio! You can also find our various small campaigns on www.gofundme.com if you want to know how your contribution can help us in the most immediate ways. Peace, Ponies & Pirates, The DJs of Mutiny Radio ________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________
COMEDY SHOWCASE!: Epic, April 5, 8:30pm @ Mutiny Radio
Pamtastic’s Comedy Clubhouse Presents the Epic Comedy of: Jamie Ball, Vince Mancini, David Gborie, Justin Scales, Dustin Hempstead and Chris Riggins. Hosted by: Pam Benjamin $5-20 sliding scale (all proceeds to Mutiny Radio and comic’s wallets) FREE WINE! YOU WIN! (bring your own cup) Can’t be there in the flesh? Listen live at www.mutinyradio.fm or download the podcast after! ________________________________________________________________
LIVE SHOW!: Ensemble Mik Nawooj, April 27, 8pm @ Brick & Mortar
On Sat., Apr 27, the hip hop/classical orchestra Ensemble Mik Nawooj, will be rocking their NEW work, Death, Love & Life: A Chamber Hip Hop Opera @ Brick & Mortar Music Hall in SF. Told through the musical landscape of a 7 piece chamber orchestra, 2 rappers and an opera singer, Death, Love & Life chronicles the suffering and joy of ordinary people in their pursuit of achieving transcendence from their mundane life. Keep an eye on Mutiny Radio for more updates from Ensemble Mik Nawooj, including a live interview and ticket giveaways! Here’s a taste: ________________________________________________________________
Listening Party: Small Hours by Old Earth, March 23, 8pm
Join DJ Aisha and Sounds from the Street for a listening party for Old Earth’s new extended player, Small Hours. Here’s the deal: Todd wrote and recorded an album, reviewed by The Onion AV Club. Soon after, he was asked to record an EP for Scottish label mini50. So that’s songs from and discussions about the band and its music. Here’s some homework for ya: Old Earth – Small Hours album trailer________________________________________________________________
LIVE Broadcast MARATHON!: Eddie Winters Hosts the 25 Hour Global Podcast
Tune in to Mutiny Radio or stop on in at the corner of 21st and Florida (deep within the Mission of SF, California) for some history in the making! Legendary Disc Jockey Eddie Winters along with Co-Host Alex Q. Huffman will be attempting to make the longest podcast ever recorded. That ‘s right, a 25-hour podcast and it’s all for Charity. This will be the event of a lifetime which may be the very event that ends Eddie’s life! There will be food and drinks, Live Stand up performances by the Bay Area’s most talented comics, Celebrity phone-in Interviews, Live Quiji Board sessions, Eddie Winters #1 fan competition, Pietro Laugh-Off, prizes and give-aways too! This is an open, global event where we will give away a prize for the longest distance caller to phone in. It’s going to be insane and it will also be a world record breaking podcast. Sober up and come down and get drunk on Eddie’s wizard juice! Official Guest Appearances: Teddy Winters (From LA), Pietro DiGennaro (From Baltimore), Mike Fink (SF), Jerry Pickels (from Vegas), Joey The Cat (SF World Champion Skeeballer), Vince Mancini (Filmdrunk.com), Keith Lowell Jensen (from Sacramento) and more….. Tune in Live at www.mutinyradio.fm and register your support on the Facebook page. Brought to you by Paco Collars ________________________________________________________________
First Thursdays at Asiento: DINO PANTS LIVE
The first Thursday of every month, Mutiny Radio teams up with the tapas bar in our neighborhood–the amazing Asiento–to host a DJ night and fundraiser for the station. In January 2013, DJ Zach began hosting his Mutiny Radio show DINO PANTS RADIO live from Asiento. Now you can see what happens when the dino is let off it’s isolated tropical island and let loose in the neighborhood to wreck genetically-modified havoc on booties and earholes. Drop by Asiento at the corner of Bryant and 21st St and sip some sangria to the beat. A portion of drink special sales go to the station, so come show your support while you refresh yourself. The more you drink, the more you give! Can’t make it in person? We’ll be broadcasting live–so you can crack a Bartles & Jaymes at home and send happy thoughts our way via the internets. Also: NO COVER! ________________________________________________________________
Donate to Mutiny Radio: KICKSTART OUR HEARTS!!!
It’s that time of year again: time to show your love for what we do here at Mutiny Radio by DONATING TO OUR KICKSTARTER CAMPAIGN! It’s pretty easy: you pledge some money to help us rebuild our tired station management system. If we reach our goal of $10k, your donation is funded and we send you one of our most excellent donor premiums. It’s like NPR, only with skydiving, car crashes, pyrotechnics, and Jack Daniels (see video: above). We made it though 2012 thanks to the incredible generosity of our listeners. Help us make it through 2013 and we’ll continue to do amazing Internet radio things. Watch this space. ________________________________________________________________
FRIDAY, 2/1: 9pm-11pm Mutiny Radio Comedy Showcase
COME INSIDE MY CLUBHOUSE Dig the details of the fetching flier above to learn: 5-20$ sliding scale FREE WINE! (bring your own cup, tho) Free Treats! Hosted by Mutiny Radio’s own PAMTASTIC! and featuring the comic stylings of: Tommy Arnold, Kevin Munroe, Brandon Stokes, Dirty Mike, Stevie Post, and Rolf Sklar. Come inside this house of laughter. Come inside our clubhouse. ________________________________________________________________
Thursday, 1/10: 7pm Activism Art By Carina Lomeli
Mutiny Radio Gallery Presents: Activism Art By Carina Lomeli 2781 21st St., San Francisco, CA, 94110 Opening Reception: Thursday January 10th 2013, 7pm – 11pm Come see my latest watercolors and oils depicting the Iconic movements that have shed light in a world where corruption and greed are the main characteristic of our policies and currency. As a Impressionist Xicana artist, daughter of two migrants from Michoacan Mexico many injustices happen before my eyes. The only thing I can do is document and express in a series of paintings the oppression that is felt by the whole globe, though we are many we are all connected. This series will illustrate the parallel between speaking out in hopes of healing and the changes that must be made to free our souls from the deception and de-humanisation that surrounds us. Free your Mind! Join the Facebook groupfor updates! ________________________________________________________________
FRIDAY, 12/21: 8pm-11pm Mutiny Radio Comedy Benefit
THE END OF THE WORLD IS COMING for Mutiny Radio! Help us LIVE!!!! Donate and party at the same time On Pamtastic’s Comedy Clubhouse Live! Fundraiser show and Raffle! 5-20$ sliding scale FREE WINE! FREE HOMEBREW BEER! Raffle! AWESOME COMEDY by your favorite Past and Present Mutiny DJ’s: Jason Dove, Alex Q Huffman, Juan Medina, Pam Benjamin, Anthony Sandoval, Andrew Roberts and Musical comedy guests “Moore Devine”! $5- entrance, free stuff and 1 raffle ticket $10- entrance, free stuff and 2 raffle tickets $15- entrance, free stuff and 4 raffle tickets $20- entrance, free stuff and 6 raffle tickets Prizes include Free tix! Free Bowling! Free De Young passes! Free books written by Mutiny radio DJs! Gift certificates! And More!!!! Join the Facebook groupfor more raffle updates! ________________________________________________________________
SUNDAY, 12/16: 8pm-12am A Very Malodious Holiday Benefit
Get your boogie on with Mutiny Radio…and help the station broadcasting LIVE from The Mission. Your host: DJ Ecoutez of A Malodious Case of the Mondays (Mondays, 4pm-6pm). The details: December 16, 2012 – 8pm – 12am El Rio 3158 Mission St (@ Cesar Chavez), San Francisco, CA (415) 282-3325 21+, $7-$15 sliding scale Live hilarity from Matt Lieb and Live music from: * * * Steely Nash and The Cuts (with DJ Audio Dru) * * * Twitter Facebook * * * Gene Wilderness (Baron Meddlesome and Band) * * * Facebook Website Out The Ear Klothing * * *Rec League * * * WebsiteSpins from: * * *DJ Honeycomb Brown of Mutiny Radio! * * * ________________________________________________________________
TODAY 8pm-10pm Live broadcast from the Brava Theater
Occupy the Debates!
If you are in the San Francisco/Bay Area, join Mutiny Radio as we open up our microphones to the public and rebut the Master Debaters, Barack Obama and Mitt Romney. Both of these politicians are renowned liars, who sit in denial of the voice of the people. Get live on the air with Mutiny Radio DJs for each of the debates in October, and make your voice heard against their campaign cash machines! We will be screening at our studio and gallery space on 21st and Florida in the Mission District, admission is free and all are welcome! October 3 (Wed) 2012 – Domestic policy October 11 (Thu) 2012 – Vice Presidential October 16 (Tue) 2012 – Foreign and domestic policy October 22 (Mon) 2012 – Foreign policy Each debate will screen at 6:00pm (Pacific), with viewer-driven discussion after. Hope to see you there, BYOB and RSVP! Thanks to Treehuggerfor the awesome graphic. ________________________________________________________________
Don’t Call it a Comeback! The Return of Malodious
Welcome back to another great Mutiny Radio show: A Malodious Case of the Mondays DJ Ecoutez hosts a show dedicated to the circulation and support of local, independent and underground art, hip hop, folk, organic pop, blues and good vibes alike. Broadcasting from 2781 21st St. @ Florida in the deep Mission of San Francisco, CA, in conjunction with the Mutiny Radio Cafe and hosted by DJ Écoutez. Want to learn more about A Malodious Case of the Mondays? Facebook: A Malodious Case of the Mondays Tumblr: http://ec0utez.tumblr.com Twitter: @DJEcoutez________________________________________________________________
Welcome Back, Nocturna! – Sept. 19, 10pmPT
Mutiny Radio is pleased to announce the return of DJ Alex Gahan and Nocturna! Nocturna is a weekly bilingual radio show hosted by DJ Alex Gahan & the characters in her head, featuring the best local & international rock music in all its forms (from punk to goth & back!). Nocturna also features interviews with community activists and people who have interesting things to say on air. Want to learn more about Nocturna? CONTACT: firstname.lastname@example.org facebook.com/alexgahan facebook.com/pages/nocturna En Espanol: “Nocturna” es un programa semanal bilingue conducido por DJ Alex Gahan & las voces en su mente. Nuestro enfoque es la musica de rock local e internacional en todas sus formas (desde el punk hasta el gotico! y mas!) Tambien tenemos entrevistas con activistas comunitarios y toda persona que tengo algo interesante que contribuir a las ondas radiales. CONTACTO: email@example.com facebook.com/alexgahan facebook.com/pages/nocturna ________________________________________________________________
First Thursday (9/6): Mutiny Radio Bar Benefit!
The first Thursday of every month, Mutiny Radio teams up with the tapas bar in our neighborhood–the amazing Asiento–to host a DJ night and fundraiser for the station. In August, we hosted:
- DJ Shani Thunders
- DJ Ionn
Drop by Asiento at the corner of Bryant and 21st St and sip some sangria to the beat. A portion of drink special sales go to the station, so come show your support while you refresh yourself. The more you drink, the more you give! Can’t make it in person? We’ll be broadcasting live–so you can crack a Bartles & Jaymes at home and send happy thoughts our way via the internets. Also: NO COVER! ________________________________________________________________
Wednesday, Aug 29 – DJ Shuggah at the SF Underground Music Fest!
Join Mutiny Radio’s DJ Shuggah (Put Some Shuggah in Your Bowl – Wednesdays, 8pm-10pm) and celebrate San Francisco’s thriving music scene. Felsen is in residence at 50 Mason Social House, hosting SF UNDERGROUND MUSIC FEST this Wednesday, Aug 29. FOR ALL SHOWS, SHOWTIME 8PM, 21+OVER, $5 COVER, WHEEL CHAIR ACCESSIBLE Come party with Shuggah! ________________________________________________________________
New Show! Pome Pome Tones
Pome Pome Tones with Jeffrey Spacious and intimate, expansive and immediate, folque and fugue, mystical and mortal, these are but a few of the worlds of Pome Pome Tones. Each week is a random aural journey touching down wherever the fuck it feels like within the sweaty realms of experimental folk, rock, schlager, country, classical and jazz of the last 60 years or so. Tropical. Always. Campari with olives. Culling the library with Jeffrey Alexander, former radio personality of WZBT in Gettysburg PA (1980s) and WRNR in Annapolis MD during its legendary free-form progressive post-WHFS heyday (1990s). Well known to the Terrastock Nation, Jeffrey has championed underground music for more than three decades – organizing and performing around the world, operating three record labels, working (and cherry picking) at six record stores, collecting and purging, eating and sleeping, smoking and drinking. Pome Pome Tones, Mondays 8-10pm PST (UTC-8) on Mutiny Radio. Listento episodes of Pome Pome Tones ________________________________________________________________
NEW SHOW! – Under the Golden Gate DEBUTS
Join Bernadette and Maria Konner for weekly PBJ + PBR Party at Mutiny Radio: Fridays from 6-8pm! Under the Golden Gate features talk, interviews, and live and recorded music with local artists and musicians. DJ Bernadette and DJ Maria Konner are both musicians and songwriters who perform live regularly–as themselves and various characters–in San Francisco. Drop by or listen in to hear the UtGG crew discuss making music, creating shows, performing live, learning an instrument, and the fun life and business challenges of performing artists. The DJ’s are also the producers of a new web TV/reality series/channel by thesame name “Under The Golden Gate” which films, promotes (and sometimes produces) local performing artists, and distributes content online. Don’t forget: once a month, the Under the Golden Gate radio show will be followed by a live music performance with guests at the Box Factory, just a half a block from the station. ________________________________________________________________
Sunday July 15 – BLOCK PARTY!!!
Take to the streets for the Florida Street Festival and Block Party. Check out live music, DJ sets from Mutiny’s own talented pool of DJ’s, and variety show performances courtesy of Meow Mix and SHOW/OFF. Take advantage of the drink specials around the corner at Asiento or purchase refreshments from one of the many local vendors that will be on hand. Join in the fun with chicken races, roller skating, hula hooping, a piñata, and a special area just for the kids. Much love to our Florida St family: The Box Factory, Asiento, Progressive Grounds, Dona Tere, and the good people of Florida St! ________________________________________________________________
Sunday July 15 – Toots Joins the Mutiny Rodeo!
This week on a Mutiny Rodeo. DJ Jessie G & Wild Bill are interviewing the legendary Ska, Reggae Band Toots and the Maytals. Toots is playing the Filmore on July 17th and the Mountain Winery on the 16th. Tune in Sunday 4-6 to hear what he has to say. Another legend in the Mutiny house! ________________________________________________________________
This Saturday, June 9: Mutiny Radio Benefit!!!
THANKS TO EVERYONE WHO CAME OUT!!!Join The Common Thread Collective (Fridays @ 3pm on Mutiny Radio) and Food Not Bombs at In The Works (3265 17th st., San Francisco) THIS SATURDAY June 9 from 6pm-11pm to celebrate the one year anniversary of the launch of Mutiny Radio. There will be refreshments! There will be prizes! There will be poetry! There will be music! There will be an Open Mic! There will be performances by:
- Diamond Dave
- The Naked Sun Band
- The Real Star Movement
- Val Ibarra
- Dee Allen
- Teresa Topaz
- Bryce Druzin
- The Garden Band
- James Zealous
- John Rodogno
That’s a lot of entertainment! Bring yourself and your donation of support for Mutiny Radio. No one turned away.