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Stage Schedule

12:00 – 12:45 pm Ari and Ruby
1:00 – 1:45 pm Savannah Rose
2:00 – 2:45 pm Beth Bell
3:00 – 3:45 pm Thornbirds
4:00 – 4:45 pm Rebecca Wudarski
5:00 – 5:45 pm Back to the Hill
6:00 – 6:45 pm Sleepwalker
7:00 – 7:45 pm TransAm Mullet
8:00 – 9:00 pm That Captain

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“No matter what people tell you. Words and ideas can change the world.”   -Robin Williams. 


The time for change is now. We are facing a turning point in our society where we can no longer afford to sit idly by. This is why in 2018, KMUD is committing itself to climate awareness and disaster preparedness.

Our Spring on-air pledge drive starts on Tuesday, March 20 and will feature special programming to highlight climate awareness. As we have seen with the recent disastrous fires, radio is one of the most resilient means of communication. Natural disasters and erratic weather are increasingly common, making it is more important than ever to keep our radio station alive. It is more important than ever that we continue to educate, generate awareness, share ideas, and rise up as a community. Together we are working to create a better, more just and sustainable world.

We cannot do it alone. We recognize that a lot of people are struggling this year but we are stronger when we stay united and support each other. A great way to give is by joining our monthly giving program. You can give just a small amount each month that’s affordable for you, and then we can better plan and budget knowing we have a certain amount coming in that we can rely on. But in any form we appreciate every dollar donated to us from the bottom of our hearts. 

Please send your contribution now for a chance to win one of our great gifts. Find the details below. The drawings will be held on the first day of the Pledge Drive, Tuesday March 20. The more we raise in advance, the less we will need to raise on-air!

Thank you to Rad Power for donating this rad bike!

Rover 400
Rad Power was started by two Southern Humboldt natives with a passion for alternative transportation and healthy living
The 2018 RadRover Electric Fat Bike is the ultimate all-purpose electric bike that still looks like a bike but feels like a jet. Turn heads on your next ride and make running errands an epic adventure!
Powerful 750W Bafang geared hub motor
48V 14Ah (672Wh) Lithium-Ion battery using Samsung cells
Rated for 800 charge cycles
Total Payload Capacity: 275 lbs
20 mph top speed
Estimated 25-45+ mile range
Half twist throttle and intelligent 5 level pedal assist
Full LCD display including speedometer, wattmeter, and odometer
Integrated headlight
Front suspension fork with preload adjustment and lockout
7-speed Shimano Acera drivetrain
180 mm Tektro mechanical disk brakes
26" x 4" Kenda Juggernaut fat bike tires
Bike Weight: 66.5 lbs

Thank you to Himalayan Rug Traders, for donating this beautiful rug!!

rugSpring2018 400Himalayan Rug Traders is located at the corner of 2nd and G Streets in Old Town Eureka.
This Tibetan rug was hand-made in Nepal from sheep wool. It is 3 by 6 feet. It is brown with a light blue border. The in store value is $600. Long-lasting and child friendly, easy to wash, soft and just gorgeous!

Thank you to Rose Court Cottage in Arcata for donating a one night stay for two! 

RoseCourt 400
This property is excellence rated by Tripadvisor and includes:
Private entrance & garden courtyard
4 blocks from Plaza and HSU Gateway
Equipped kitchenette, private tiled bath
Queen bed and sofa bed, fine linens
Down pillows and duvet
Wifi, Cable TV, DVD library, IPOD dock
Hair dryer, umbrella, sewing kit
In-room coffee and tea serviceLibrary, menu book, tourism information 

KMUD's Prize Drawing Rules

The disbursement of prizes from Redwood Community Radio (RCR)- KMUD is governed by the RCR Board of Directors.

Silent Drive prizes are strictly given under these qualifications:
You must get your contribution in by the first day of our Spring on-air Climate Awareness Pledge Drive on Tuesday, March 20th to be entered to win the prizes shown below.
Silent Drive Prizes have no cash value.
Silent Drive Prizes must be redeemed within one calendar year of the win date (the date in which the win was announced on air). 
Silent Drive Prizes can be transferred to a friend or family member, transference must adhere to the other applicable rules.
Silent Drive Prizes are not exchangeable. They may not be exchanged for cash, another, or different prize.
Silent Drive Prizes may be gifted back to the organization to be used in the future, should the winner not wish to obtain them.
Current sustaining members are automatically included in any drawings during this pledge drive.
No donation is necessary to enter the raffle. Send a letter or postcard to Silent Drive, KMUD, PO Box 135, Redway, CA 95560, include your address and state that you want to be entered into the raffle.



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Get tickets at http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/2856933

Back to put you in beast mode the Animal Party returns to the beginning with KMUD at the Portuguese Hall on Saturday March 11th in Arcata.

This year will feature beats by well known hip hop master:

Sir Mix-a-lot, who brought us legendary music like: Baby Got Back, Posse on Broadway and Buttermilk Biscuits!
Also some bat shit crazy animals will take over the stage throughout the night including:
Gone Ban(Na-Na-Na)anas! AKA Bryce
ATLephant AKA Hudson DJ SOULES
Thug Panda AKA Esch
Noel Screech Owl
Feral Feline Selector
Glitch Kitten AKA Av8triX
Skunk Serum AKA Stereo Serum
Owlchemy AKA Jason Burruss
And many more TBA!
Doors open at 8pm (will call opens at 7pm) show ends at 4am.
Two stages all night, with large outdoor space to roam!

All species welcome!

Outlet tickets will be available at Wildberries Marketplace in Arcata, and at Redway Liqours in Redway. Also at http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/2856933

Questions? Please call the KMUD Offices at 707-923-2513.

Thank you to our annual sponsors: Humboldt Distillery, Lagunitas Brewery, Briceland Vineyards, Frey Vineyards, Cabot Vineyards, Burningleaf Productions, Mateel Community Center, Satori Movement, Trim Scene Solutions and many more!

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.




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Stage Schedule

12-12:45    Scuber Mountain

1-1:45        Sambamore

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

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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
6:30PM: Lecture
7:30PM: Book Signing

Tickets available at Redway Liquor, Wildberries Marketplace in Arcata and online at brownpapertickets.com. More information at 707-923-2513.

Soulflow at the Mateel 3/25/16

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

All ages


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. 


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