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I'm gonna Hana Hou last Friday's summertime session of rare groove for this evening's Bridging the Gap. Think Fender Rhodes vs. funky guitar.

So I'm starting this session of Bridging the Gap where I left off with Monday's show and Cornershop's Brimful of Asha, and then take it from there. Either way expect an eclectic ride filled with a few strange covers and curveballs.

Happy Labor Day to you and yours! I'm exhausted and running on auto-pilot for this show, so I'm taking the easy road and playing a bunch of fun yet familiar songs for this session of Bridging the Gap. Expect an eclectic stroll through, Indie Rock, Ska, and a little Electronic music.

A companion show the Wednesday's Summertime Lounge show. This time it's sunshine filled rare groove to take us into the long weekend.

Kicking back and selecting warm sunshine filled selections of Downtempo, Indie rock and maybe a little Jazz for this session of Bridging the Gap. This is the perfect playlist for that refreshing rum filled cocktail sipped along the water.

Slowing it down in this session of Bridging the Gap with mostly new music from Zero 7, Heartless Bastards, Tricky, and more.

Going backwards in this session of Bridging the Gap. Doing a live DJ set, but going against the grain and starting off upbeat and then slowing the tempo over the course of the show.

So this session of Bridging the Gap is another special one, and it's also pre-recorded. This is basically a playlist to my new baby, who at the time of recording this, is not born yet. But it's filled with mellow songs of love and hope for things to be.

So my wife and I are having a baby (surprise!), and she's just gone into labor. So this session of Bridging the Gap is pre-recorded, and will feature a very tongue-in-cheek selection of music about pushing, dropping, and break-throughs.

Putting together a global groove for this session of Bridging the Gap, with hints of Cumbia, Rai, Electro-Latin and other funky delights.

Tonight I'm stealing summer (sort of). Actually, I'm building a summertime selection from other playlists compiled by Thievery Corporation. So it's going to be a warm mixture of loungy Jazz, Bossa and Downtempo.

Keeping the music chilled and mellow for this session fo Bridging the Gap, going in and out of Jazz, Bossa, and Downtempo.

Miki Lo
Miki Lo

Focusing on the Funk tonight, to keep you dancing into the weekend. Also celebrating the life of Jon Horvath from the Fort Knox Five who passed away 5 years ago today.

All vinyl for this session of Bridging the Gap, and going all over the place between Latin Jazz, Bossa, dreamy Indie and more. Get ready for the crackle, pop and off speed start-ups.

Benjamin Everett
Benjamin Everett

Keeping the late night vibes chilled, smart and dreamy. With new music from Thievery Corporation's Eric Hilton, Tycho, Sly5thAve and more.

Norman Duenas
Norman Duena

Selecting a more electronic beat heavy colletion of music for this session of Bridging the Gap, rainging from Dancehall, to Jazzy House to broken Latin breaks.

Full disclosure... it was a busy day here at HPR, with zero time to prepare a show for tonight. So I'm picking this one out on the fly, and just going the flow. Hopefully it doesn't suck.

Exploring the sensitive side of indie rock and singer-songwriters in this session of Bridging the Gap, with new music from Madeline Kenney (Pictured), Angel Olsen, and Dirty Projectors.

I haven't done a Hip-Hop show in a long time, and with the recent death of Malik B from the Roots and Ty, I think it's long overdue. So this session of Bridging the Gap is going to be a collection of favorites, classics and Jazz-influenced tracks.

Max Sansing
Max Sansing

It's been a while since I've done an entire show of World Music, so this session of Bridging the Gap will lean heavily on sound from Africa, and India, with a lot of curveballs in-between.

Bill Dorman/HPR
Bill Dorman/HPR

Well lucky us, we dodged another hurricane. So we're decompressing with a collection of sunny warms songs to harken back (safe) summer weather.

oprisco
oprisco

No theme for this session of Bridging the Gap, just keeping the music eclectic and slipping back and forth between indie, electronic and world music.

Part 2 of a summer surfing soundtrack of songs pulled from surf videos, and songs that often get stuck in my head when I'm out in the lineup. It's a dreamy, eclectic mix of Jazz, World and Downtempo with a lot of music pulled from videos on Nobody Surf.

The working theme for this show is Una Peripecia (The Incident). But it's really just the starting song from Buddy Sativa and not the general direction of the show, which will be a mostly mellow trip through downtempo, world, and other tasty delights.

Rhythm Clothing USA
Rhythm Clothing USA

Focusing in on electronic African, Brazilian and Latin rhythms and texture for this session of Bridging the Gap. A few songs are pulled from a compilation by DJ Marky and the logo was lovingly stolen from Rhythm clothing.

This session of Bridging the Gap I'm creating a summer surfing soundtrack of songs pulled from surf videos, and songs that often get stuck in my head when I'm out in the lineup. It's a dreamy, eclectic mix of flowing tunage with a lot of music pulled from videos on Nobody Surf.

Ben Ashton
Ben Ashton

Selecting a mostly mellow, indie rock meets downtempo Monday evening for this session of Bridging the Gap, with new music from The Clientele, The Growlers, Jesse Fischer and more.

Tuesday marked the 8 year anniversary of Bridging the Gap, and I couldn't fit all the music I wanted to play on the actual anniversary day into a two hour show, so I'm letting it spill out into this show with a more Latin and electronic focus and still  a collective of favorite and notable songs from the last few years.

Today is the 8 year anniversary of Bridging the Gap, so Paige and Nick are switching days for this week (Paige will sub in for Nick on Wednesday), and it'll be a collective of favorite and notable songs from the last years.

Mellow, longer, mostly couch-locked nuggets of Downtempo, Soul Jazz and new music fill this session of Bridging the Gap.

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