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Growth Machine

KUT & KUTX Studios, Audrey McGlinchy

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Housing prices in Austin have exploded in the past decade, leading to a city that’s not just unaffordable — but also highly segregated. None of this happened by accident. It’s the result of decades of decisions about what — if anything — gets built in Austin and where. From a master plan to move Black and brown residents to one part of town, to fights over how to protect the environment, to an outdated land development code — all of these are pieces in a machine that’s engineered Austin’s ho ...
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N Da Kut

BWill42 & Gabe

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To make a positive change, help our Youth realize it is more to life then being average, but to be themselves. We hope you brothers and sisters support us and our show. We are two positive young black males trying to be heard, and as well as delivering messages that are relatable, planting a seeds and for us as a Youth to grow and come together. Please comment and share, to contact us you can email us at gwinnfield19@gmail.com. Brendenw1994@gmail.com
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The Ticket 2016

The Texas Tribune and KUT

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The Ticket: A Presidential Podcast from The Texas Tribune and KUT News. Each Week KUT's Ben Philpott and the Tribune's Jay Root provide a rundown of the week's campaign actions and bring you interviews with people who make a living working on, covering or commenting on the campaigns.
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The Austin Monitor is an online news service that covers municipal issues in and around Austin, Texas. Here, we'll post links to our weekly radio show (on KOOP, 91.7FM) and any contributions to local NPR via KUT 90.5FM.
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Krafty Kuts, real name Martin Reeves, is the multi-award winning DJ/producer and the undisputed King of breaks. From humble beginnings, Krafty has an enviable career which boasts accolades ranging from eight times Breakspoll Winner, Best International DJ and Best Single of the Year by DJ Mag. He’s played alongside everyone from The Prodigy to Fatboy Slim and even the Rolling Stones. Brighton based Krafty Kuts developed his passion for DJ'ing in the late 1980's after winning a DJ competition ...
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Meisum is a captive platform derived from the rich cultural and traditional heritage of our forefather where ladies and gentleman gathered in their respective longshim (Dormitory) enjoying the fellowship and learning different skills for personal & social development from one another. They learnt Haolaa (folksong) Pheizak (folkdance) Pangthem (handicraft), Shak-kasa, (weaving & embroidery) thotchan (history), Ngashan (traditions), Yaruirin (social life) moral values and discussed various iss ...
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The GingerBeard Man Kast

The GingerBeard Man Kast

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Thom, from The Mr. MMAction Podcast, has started a new podcast that isn't about MMA. It's simply about EVERYTHING else. A brother from The BroKast Podcast and distant cousin to The Lo-Kut Krew Kast. #BeardClubforMen #PodernFamily Apple iTunes: The GingerBeard Man Kast Twitter: @GingerBeardKast Instragram: The GingerBeard Man Kast E-mail: TheGingerBeardManKast@gmail.com
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CLAMP

Creating, Living And Making Projects Podcast

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Your hosts, Adam Mackey, Grant Alexander and Jessy Ratfink delve into all the aspects of the maker life. Whether it's woodworking, leatherworking, digital fabrication or even just how to get the creative juices flowing, we chat about it on the show. So, join us every week while we talk about creating, living and making (and potentially too many puns about clamps).
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BIGG DAWG'S PLAYHOUSE

Bigg Dawg Entertainment

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Bigg Dawg's Playhouse Podcast is a open forum were host Tojo and Friends provide, insightful thoughts and opinions, personal achievements as well as failures, linking spiritual growth and development, with the main intention being to enhance Mind, Body, and Soul in a everyday Life format.
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Neuropscyhotherapist and Mental Health Correspondent, Bella J. Rockman, M.A., LPC provides contemporary and cutting edge commentary on current events and Mental Health & Wellness topics. The Jrocktherapy Podcast is designed to empower you with brain based Behavioral Health therapeutic tools. Subscribe for updates at www.jrocktherapyinstitute.com IG: @jrocktherapy Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/bella-rockman/support
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The Liverpool Connection is an LFC podcast that aims to bring the story of our wonderful club to as many fans as possible around the world. The history, the passion, the music, the people, the City – we want to share perspectives on and off the pitch. We're delighted to have you here with us, be sure to Like and Subscribe with Notifications on for our latest podcast.
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Artists from the Punjabi/Haryanvi & Hindi industry share their heart out about music, movies, love, friendship, success secrets, tips & milestones from their journey till date. All this with a lot of fun & laughter. Suniye apne favourite Punjabi, Haryanvi aur Bollywood celebrities ki ‘Dil ki Baatein' on this podcast, kyunki yeh hai ‘DIL DI GAL’. You can also watch the entire episode on 9x Tashan’s YouTube Channel: https://youtube.com/c/9xtashan Follow us on our Social Media Handles to stay u ...
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In this episode, Adam & Grant are joined by Nick Tobin (@pickle_kutterz) to talk about making things you like and charging enough to make it worth it. Also discussed: toenails, closing cabinets, and getting hacked. Check out Nick's work: https://picklekutterz.com Facebook Instagram Mentions: Work For It podcast Hellrazr BBQ HouseMade Uncommon Outpo…
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Have you ever wondered about something but didn’t ask about it because you thought it was something you should already know about? You may have worried someone might think less of you for not knowing. It turns out that that happens more often than we’d like to admit mainly because of subtle judgments we may have received early in life. However, cur…
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We’ve said it once and we’ll say it again: we’ve been loving the recent ride of this retro soul-funk renaissance, especially with so much dynamite coming right out of the central state area. And today a new name emerges within that ongoing saga of nostalgia: Silver Skylarks. Fly like the birds, and slick like the cars, Silver Skylarks is the DFW du…
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Once you get locked into a flock, life without group benefits sounds like a nightmare. And if you want to break away to steer your own migrations, you might just sacrifice a chunk of your following in the process. Not only that, there’s always the risk of ending up far from where you wanted. Yet it sure seems like singer-songwriter Eric Baker (form…
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BEHOLD PART TWO of our episode featuring Colorado “new grass” experts, Wood Belly!! We highly recommend listening to the confession and song in PART ONE before Wood Belly singer Brennan Mackey tells us all about his life got flipped, turned upside down and, if you’d like to take a minute to just sit right there, tell you how he became the prince of…
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Once we got used to their abrasive calls, Hitchockian congregations at HEB Hancock, and overall recklessness, we’ve actually enjoyed being in good graces with grackles. Sure, they’re a bit more obnoxious than, say, the blind salamander, but squawking, flash-flocking and all, grackles instantly evoke a Central Texas aesthetic. And we can say much of…
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Bugs…they’re super weird! They’re everywhere, they’re ancient, their appearance is alien and for every beautiful-looking specimen there’s an equal and opposite that makes us feel icky. And if there’s anyone up to the massive task of adapting…bugs to an aural experience, it’s Golden Hornet, and not just because they have a bug in their name. No, thi…
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What’s the greatest rap album of all time? Confucius and Fresh weigh options before revealing this year’s SXSBreaks lineup. Also, Fresh’s Unpopular Opinion makes a compelling point about how extensive familiarity with a city’s culture diminishes interest in its scene. The post The GOAT Rap Album / SXSBreaks 2024 appeared first on KUT & KUTX Studios…
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In this episode, Adam, Grant & Jessy catch up after missing a week of recording. Also discussed: things we wanted to be when we were kids, weaving looms, making decisions as a hormonal teenager, bigfin squid, powder coating and more! P.S. Jessy said the loom had been there a couple days. She meant YEARS. Mentions: Audrey Obscura Griffin Makes Maker…
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This week on In Black America, producer and host John L. Hanson, Jr. begins a conversation with documentary filmmaker and writer Byron Hurt and Althier Eady, granddaughter of Lee and Liza Hurt, about a new documentary film recently aired on PBS about the efforts of the Hurt family to trace their roots as descendants of enslaved people. The post Byr…
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Being a curious person and finding out about things that interest us is a wonderful element of what it means to be human. In the first part of our look at the psychology of curiosity with Two Guys on Your Head, Dr. Art Markman and Dr. Bob Duke talk about why we should be open to curiosity, and the unforeseen barriers that could be in our way. The p…
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We often think of glass as fragile, delicate, a superficial separation from whatever’s on the other side. Yet glass can only come from an intensive process, and can be tempered to withstand extreme duress. And that latter association seems to speak a lot more to Copenhagen pair Lisbet Fritze and Louise Foo, better known as Glas.Both members of this…
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Jim Wungramyao Kasom, whose soul is deeply entwined in the land of his nativity,through his recently released book, A Collection of poems ‘Cradling Memories of My Land’ and his first book ‘Homecoming and other stories, shares stories of deep emotions, longing, and belonging. He is indeed one of the finest Tangkhul Naga writers right now and has rec…
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When we last spoke of Wilson Marks, it was just before Mother’s Day, and in fact for his newly-released song “Mother’s Day”. And wouldn’t you know it, when Wilson Marks sparks our interests yet again…it’s the day after Valentine’s. So while we won’t beleaguer you with delusional theories on causation versus correlation concerning Wilson’s releases …
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There’s a crass type of middle school comedy that still elicits cackles far past its “prime”. And following the rich Texas tradition of juvenile band handles like Dicks and Butthole Surfers, the name choice behind BOO85 is a breasty testament the infectious fun from five bosom buddies…even though it is pronounced like a mid-decade spectral scare (“…
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How we understand, assess, and determine what risks we are willing to take can change depending on many variables, but what we might not consider is that much of this is happening below our conscious awareness. In this episode of Two Guys on Your Head, Dr. Art Markman and Dr. Bob Duke conclude their series on risk by looking at the psychology of ri…
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Valentine’s Day’s not just for the couples. No, there’s an extensive list of local events offering RSVPs to love fools, lonely hearts and relationship-skippers alike. Among that full house of options? Austin’s very own Free Hamze. Originally enticed into the genre by the Arabic incorporations of Mos Def and Lupe Fiasco (and the early/mid-2000s soun…
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Here in Austin, we like to make a big fuss over our Central Texas music icons, erecting statues and renaming streets in their honor. So while the respective likeness and namesake of Stevie Ray Vaughan and Willie Nelson have become local landmarks, in reality, our city limits have several legends just hiding in plain sight. Like Tommy Taylor, whose …
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Confucius and Fresh recap their likes and dislikes of The Grammys and break down how to best approach them for music consideration. You’ll hear some great Hip-Hop Facts, fun takes when Confucius Reads the News, and an Unpopular Opinion about the impact of media inspired by the 2005 film Havoc. The full transcript of this episode of The Breaks is av…
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This week on In Black America, producer and host John L. Hanson, Jr. presents a tribute to the late Earl Graves, Sr., entrepreneur, publisher, and advocate of African American businesses, who founded Black Enterprise Magazine in 1970. He died in April, 2020, at the age of 85. The post A Tribute to Earl Graves, Sr. (Ep. 11, 2024) appeared first on K…
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Listening to Alesia Lani is like the first kiss from a longtime crush. Her music makes hearts skip beats and occupies thoughts long after it’s left. But even though Alesia Lani’s flirtations with R&B-Soul are strong enough to make a full standing room swoon, she’s got a bit of an introverted nature underneath the tunes. And despite a SoFar Sounds V…
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In the eons since Prometheus’ divine theft, we’ve figured out that starting a fire from anything is better than completely starting from scratch, even if it’s a step up from a random damp spot to a ring of rock. It’s true; even if your last burn didn’t leave any charcoal, the ashes of the past can still kindle in new contexts. And that’s not just C…
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You know the expression “when life gives you lemons, make lemonade”? We’ve always though the phrase was a bit unfair to the citrus, because cultivation is actually a tedious process of temperature control, planting trees, pruning, and patiently waiting for seedlings to get big and yellow. Not only that, but once the batch is ripe and hardy, lemonad…
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Colorado “new grass” aficionados, Wood Belly, turn our confessor’s low key embarrassing first romantic encounter into high key folk pop delight in OUR FIRST EPISODE OF OUR THIRD FULL SEASON. HuZzAH!!! In this here part 1, you’ll hear the song and confession, and Zac talk about meeting his wife. In part 2, you’ll hear Wood Belly member Brennan tell …
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It’s been a long time since Matt the Electrician made his last official house call. But although the days of his eponymous trade are behind us, Matt’s still got the spark to put a tap in our foot and a smile on our face each time he plays. In our ever-crowding, sometimes cocky live scene, Matt the Electrician really does humble the competition than…
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Think 6th Street could use a couple tweaks? Confucius and Fresh do too! They also couldn’t resist a chance to chime in on the Nicki Minaj/Megan Thee Stallion situation. Hip Hop Facts and Confucius Reads the News are both in fine form this week, as is Fresh’s Unpopular Opinion for Austin’s prospects as a “Texas rap city”. The full transcript of this…
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You never want to spread your style thin by dabbling with too many different sounds, especially when you’re starting out. We’re not saying you should oversimplify things when those bits of inspiration hit. If you can successfully finesse ’em in there without derailing your stylistic strengths, then more power to you. But a little consistency early …
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This week on In Black America, producer and host John L. Hanson, Jr. presents a tribute to the late Mary Wilson, a co-founder of the legendary Supremes, featuring an interview with and public comments by Wilson, recorded in 2019 during The Summit on Race in America at the University of Texas at Austin. The post A Tribute to Mary Wilson (Ep. 10, 202…
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How we understand, assess, and determine what risks we are willing to take can change depending on a variety of variables, but what we might not consider is that much of this is happening below our conscious awareness. In this episode of Two Guys on Your Head, Dr. Art Markman and Dr. Bob Duke discuss the influence desire has on risk. The post Desir…
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Love at first sight has ignited countless fairy tales, both modern and classic. But as common as those instantaneous head-over-heels plunges are in day-to-day life, statistically speaking, “happy endings” are a lot less likely. And breakups sure do suck…but that’s why breakup songs go so hard, regardless of your relationship status. This is where w…
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It’s nifty how different sorts of sporty recreation mingle with specific subgenres of music; think surf, skate punk, or yacht rock. But since you can also just longboard down the access road, sippin’ Ocean Spray to some classic Fleetwood Mac without a care in the world, the rules clearly aren’t hard and fast. What’s most important is the meditation…
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Just like the three wise monkeys, it can be enticing to turn a blind eye rather than than process a harsh reality. So even though switching on tunnel vision is probably your best bet when passing a bad roadside accident, it’s a lot tougher to avert your gaze from a “dumpster fire” at large. Because what you choose to observe directly affects both y…
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Thanks to a nationwide renaissance, Chicano Soul’s been getting a lot of recent praise for its bridging of Mexican and American, of Spanish and English, in a way that blurs national and ethnic boundaries. And if we’re talking about musical movements in the same ilk, right down to its name, Tejano has to be be towards the top of that list.Of course,…
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In commemoration of J. Cole’s 39th birthday, Confucius and Fresh make a compelling argument for why Cole is the Nas of this generation. And if you’re a music manager or thinking of hiring one, the fellas also lay out the cornerstones of competence in Austin. Get that, an Unpopular Opinion about the impact of streaming on viewer experience, and of c…
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When it comes to natural landmarks, Texas is absolutely teeming with them. From meteor craters and sinkholes to canyons, rivers, forests, mountain ranges, lakes, and caverns, our vast landscape offers a ton of variety to make up for those long car rides. And none of that Earth-born beauty could be conserved as well as it has been without the Texas …
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This week, Adam, Grant & Jessy get off-topic and answer some questions from Adam. Topics include: interviews, learning French, greatest fears, favorite curse words, Blockbuster, and more. Support CLAMP: Join our Discord Buy our Merch Follow us on Instagram Mentions: Jimmy Diresta Gnome Hammer Forge TFTurning CLAMPmendations: Adam - American Nightma…
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On this edition of In Black America, producer and host John L. Hanson, Jr. speaks with Franklin C. Edwards, author, publisher and owner of Franklin The Helper Children’s Books in Plano, Texas, whose mission is to help children overcome social obstacles and build self-confidence. The post Franklin C. Edwards (Ep. 9, 2024) appeared first on KUT & KUT…
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How we understand, assess, and determine what risks we are willing to take can change depending on a variety of variables, but what we might not consider is that much of this is happening below our conscious awareness. With this episode of Two Guys on Your Head, Dr. Art Markman and Dr. Bob Duke begin our series on the psychology of risk. The post T…
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After naming them as our July 2022 Artist of the Month, we here at KUTX have gotten an awful lot of opportunities to gush about the Austin synth-goth gargantua that is Urban Heat. With a blacked-out sense of fashion and all the industrial analogue toys a bitter boy could want, Urban Heat instantly evokes an impossibly-slick sense of 1980s nihilism,…
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