People come and go all the time around here. Others have been on the air for years and will be for many years to come. Perhaps you’ve already heard some of these new voices.
Ray Wiggs brings his perspective as a working artist and gallery curator to bear as he invites fine artists to talk about their work twice a month on Mondays at 12:30. From The Artist’s Perspective makes an excellent slot-mate with Chris Busa’s Art Talk which airs once a month at the same time.
Ashley Stancil’s Slack Tide Sounds alternates with the Psychedelic Oyster on Monday nights from 9 to 11. Ashley sports a fresh mix of indie rock and electronic flavors, with a distinct influence of the surf and sea.
Steve Shervanian celebrates the music of the big band era on the 2nd and 4th Sundays of the month from 9 to noon. Swing and sway and jump and jive with Benny, Artie and the Duke.
Tom Conklin combines lively music with timely talk on What It Is, alternate Sundays from 1-4pm. Tom’s got the inside track to some of Provincetown’s most influential movers and shakers as well as voices from WOMR’s past. Join Clarence, Marcene, Tara and a rotating cast of guests to find out What It Is.
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Check out the entire season of activity at the WHAT Theater, The Provincetown Theater, Cape Cod Theatre Company, Cape Rep, The Payomet Performing Arts Center and Wellfleet Preservation Hall. Get hip to the scene at the Cultural Center of Cape Cod, The Cotuit Center for the Arts, Cape Playhouse and Eventide Arts.
Catch a show at the Chatham Squire, Harvest Gallery, Barley Neck Inn, Planck’s Tavern/Oliver’s Restaurant or O’Shea’s Olde Inn. There’s museum, library and gallery happenings too. In season or not, there’s never a dull moment in paradise.
Squid Jigger’s Blend with Tony Scungilli
Come tune in turn on and freak out to the full tilt outermost mooncusser primitive chunka chunka of THE SQUID JIGGER’S BLEND.
An in progress and in motion sonic collage of way gone pre-psychedelic garage thrown in with some murky superfuzz post-grunge shamanistic screaming life rantings, the sweetly fecund sounds of low tide surf guitar noir, some down low distorted reverbed revivalist tube amped snake oil, the romantic cynical conceptual continuity of obscure Frank Zappa guitar tunings, goofy-ass white boy emoh hip drop humpty bumps and the existential flotsam and jetsam that spurts forth from Sonic Trout.
Every Wednesday from 6-9 AM. Heigh ho.