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Starting off the week on a chilled mellow note, with selections of Cool Jazz, Downtempo and a little Indie Folk for the next two hours. Did I ever mention how much I appreciate you listening? Or how much I love that you even know about this radio station... thank you.

This whole week of blustery weather is inspiring (and chilly by Hawaii standards)... so this session of Bridging the Gap will be filled with mellow, warm song to soundtrack this windy wet weather.

This session of Bridging the Gap is dedicated to Daniel J, one of the founders of the Hawaii dance music scene, who passed away suddenly at the age of 55. So it's going to be mostly deep house music mixed live. We'll miss you Daniel.

Lucy Brady
Lucy Brady

Gershwin's Rhapsody in Blue entered the public domain on January 1st... and to mark the occasion I'm starting each hour of this session of Bridging the Gap with a version of it... but from there we're going to go radically off course and get lost in the music woods together.

Happy New Year to you and yours! I'm trying to kickstart this year on a positive note... so this session of Bridging the Gap will be filled with music of hope, love, positivity and forward movement.

It's the final session of Bridging the Gap for me for 2019... and we're taking a listen back to the top songs of the year... and what a wonderful year in sound it's been.  Looking ahead.. New Years Eve will be hosted with a special 'Bridging the B-Sides" show w/ Jon Alan.

This session of Bridging the Gap is going to be a look back at what I was playing and listening to back in 2018...and like always going to be very ecclectic, and filled with the best music from that year, and a few other favorites. Looking ahead.. on Monday it'll be the best of the year, and Jon Alan will take over for me on New Years Eve with a special 'Bridging the B-Sides" show.

Happy Holidays to you and yours.
Full disclosure... I'm not a fan of Christmas music...so this session of Bridging the Gap is the closest I'll get to picking out a holiday playlist. It's not all Christmas music, and rather music that reminds me of the season.

Here we go again... This session of Bridging the Gap is going to be a look back at what I was playing and listening to back in 2017...and like always going to be very ecclectic, and filled with the best music from that period. There are a few more of these shows coming in the next few weeks leading up to the new year... next week it'll be 2018.

Bubblebuff
Bubblebuff

Harrison is on vacation, so I'm putting together a show of songs that I've picked up... err or just plain stolen from him. Knowing his style, it's going to be a healthy mixture of Indie Rock, Garage and Americana.

Lucia Heffernan
Lucia Heffernan

I'm creating an early winter solstice playlist for this session of Bridging the Gap. Cozy music to warm up to (even in Hawaii).

Miles Johnston
Miles Johnston

New songs testing the water with older songs for tonight's session of Bridging the Gap. Expect a mixture of Indie Folk, Soul, and maybe a little Jazz.

There are a few things contributing to tonight's playlist... the coming end of the year, sappy nostalgia, pre-made Spotify playlists and finally a lack of creativity brought on from a cold and exhaustion from our mini Pledge Drive. So this session of Bridging the Gap is going to be a look back at what I was playing and listening to back in 2016...and like always going to be very ecclectic, and filled with the best music from that period.

Digging through funky soulful riffs and sample sources in this upbeat session of Bridging the Gap.

Josh Keyes
Josh Keyes

Using this brief calm before our mini-pledge drive and all this impeachment coverage for a few hours of musical peace and calm.  So I'm keeping the music mellow and pretty for this session of Bridging the Gap.

Because I can't settle on a theme for this session of Bridging the Gap... or maybe just because it's the music that's currently stuck in my head... this show is going to swing back-and-forth between fun indie folk and polyrhythmic Latin and African percussion.

A few weeks ago I was on vacation in Japan, and I went a little overboard in their record stores which are abundant and incredible. So I'm justifying the splurge by sharing some of the treasure with you for this session of Bridging the Gap.

Alma Haser
Alma Haser

There's no real overarching theme for this Monday session of Bridging the Gap, rather bouncing around through diffrent types of music, new releases, and upcoming acts coming to Hawaii and the Atherton Studio.

This session of Bridging the Gap is travel themed... with music featured in the upcoming Hawaiian Airlines Bridging inflight podcast and other songs that remind me of hitting the road, or running through airports.

Since it's the night before Thanksgiving, I'm putting together this show about gratitude, love, and (of course) turkey.

This session of Bridging the Gap is a mixture of cute heartfelt folk, mixed into beautiful soul with a few other curveballs thrown in.

Nick Yee
Nick Yee

Back after a two week trip to Japan... So this session of Bridging the Gap will be a reflection of songs about the land of the rising sun, both beautiful and sometimes chaotic.

No serious theme for this session of Bridging the Gap... just keeping it fun and eclectic  to get us into the weekend in style.

 

Electronic music dominates this session of Bridging the Gap... Chunky funky deep house meets different shades of Drum & Bass.

Joanne Nam
Joanne Nam

This show is based around a long 30 minute song from The Three Sounds called Soul Symphony... and the music is going to follow suite weaving in and out of Jazz, Downtempo, and Indie with a little strings.

Kicking off the 1st of November with a warm blend of indie rock and deep house.

Omochi
Omochi

T'was the night before Halloween and we're listening to songs to get you in the mood for fear... with an eclectic blend of Rock, Americana and Classical.

Dick Van Duijn
Dick Van Duijn

Warming up with some modern soul, downtempo and bossa tonight on Bridging the Gap.

Jumping around world music and just a little 80's flair for this session of Bridging the Gap.

HPR's Generation Listen Group is celebrating their 2nd anniversary by turning HPR studios into a vintage prohibition-era speakeasy... and they asked me to soundtrack one of the rooms. So tonight's show is part 2 of a sneak peak of the playlist filled with vintage jazz, early rhumba, a little tango and more. You can pick up tickets HERE .

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