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Throwback Thursday: Logan 5 live at Catalyst Cocktails SF, August 2005

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Throw-back-Thursday! Ten years ago this weekend, my wife and I had our bachelor/bachelorette party in San Francisco, invited all of our friends, and basically said goodbye to the Bay Area - we moved to Chico just a few weeks later after the wedding. I opened the party, which my talented brother Joe headlined, and I played my ass off - all vinyl, of course. It remains one of my favorite sets I've ever played. Thanks to J!m V for the comic graphics to memorialize the night.
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TBT: The Bachelor Party - Logan 5 live at Catalyst Cocktails August 2005 by Logan 5 on Mixcloud

Ep 4.12 - Guest DJ Sean-Michael Yoder - August 8, 2015

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20 years ago I saw Sean Yoder's name on an old program schedule when I was just a fledgling DJ at our college radio station. By that time he'd already been an LA punk gadfly, a writer, and a music collector. In the subsequent 20 years he's been a PR agent, 1-man record store, party promoter, husband, blogger, scene pillar, my friend for the last 10 years (particularly glad about that part), and a constant source of surprising musical insight.

So on KZFR tonight, Sean cracks open the musical vaults of his mind palace for 2 hours on my show.

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Episode 4.12 - Guest DJ Sean-Michael Yoder - August 8, 2015 by Logan 5 on Mixcloud Playlist:Trentemøller “miss you” on Poker Flat RecordingsAgoria “Under the River” on Agoria MusicEarthlings? “Happiest Day of My Life” on Cobraside recordsDF Tram “Illegal Lingo (feat. Coppe)” on Subatomic UKFrancesco Tristano “strings of life” on InFinéDance Spirit & Nikko Gibler “Where You Want to Be” on Supernature

Tonight: Special guest DJ Sean-Michael Yoder

20 years ago I saw Sean Yoder's name on an old program schedule when I was just a fledgling DJ at our college radio station. By that time he'd already been an LA punk gadfly, a writer, and a music collector. In the subsequent 20 years he's been a PR agent, 1-man record store, party promoter, husband, blogger, scene pillar, my friend for the last 10 years (particularly glad about that part), and a constant source of surprising musical insight.
So on KZFR tonight, Sean will crack open the musical vaults of his mind palace for 2 hours on my show. You won't want to miss this one. 
We'll be streaming worldwide starting at 10pm pacific at Kzfr.org following a super psychedelic edition of Revolutions per Minute... Fitting.