Somerville, Ma, United States
Unpopular Music is a program of same, webcast on BostonFreeRadio.com, Saturdays at noon (US Eastern time). I've been calling it "freeform", but it's been skewing towards jazz with some contemporary classical and not-often-played-on-the-radio pop music. I've played people like Steve Lacy, Thelonious Monk, Art Ensemble of Chicago, Miles Davis, Sun Ra and Lee Konitz; newer jazz like Bill Frisell, the Bad Plus, Tim Berne, and Dave Douglas; contemporary classical from people like Bang on a Can, So Percussion, and Steve Reich; older composers like Charles Ives, John Cage and Igor Stravinsky; enlightened pop music like Harry Nillson, Robyn Hitchcock, and Deerhoof; and people who fall in the cracks like Ennio Morricone, Iva Bittova and Frank Zappa; and bits of world music and early music, too. There's also a shabbily written and sparsely updated blog that goes along with it at funpopularmusic.blogspot.com.