Playlist for the Week of

JUNE 05th - JUNE 08th

*NEW SUMMER HOURS*

Wednesday & Thursday: 5 – 11PM

Friday & Saturday: 5 – Midnight!

This is the week of the Deadcenter Film Festival, and we’ll be playing music from films all week to celebrate. Come join us before or after screening great cinema with Deadcenter. Visit  http://deadcenterfilm.org for more information.

05

JUNE

Wednesday

5 – 11pm

KGOU JAZZ IN JUNE

The second of our new series of First Wednesday’s celebrating local NPR flagship KGOU’s Musical Programming. Tonight we hear the best of the 2023 fest “live” on our system, with KGOU’s musical programs in attendance to greet you. Special set from Christian McBride, a phenomenal bassist, band leader, musicologist and host of NPR’s weekly “Jazz Night in America” Series. And please plan to attend the 2024 40th Anniversary edition of the fest coming up in Norman the weekend of June 13-15. https://www.kgou.org/community-calendar/event/jazz-in-june-2024-20-05-2024-15-17-22

06

JUNE

Thursday

5 – 11pm

OUR FAVORITE FILM SCORES

A special edition of The Celestial Juke Box. Tonight we’ll celebrate cinema with your favorite scores and soundtracks from the silver screen.


The DEADCENTER FILM FESTIVAL KICKS OFF TODAY! THIS IS THE WEEK OF THE DEADCENTER FILM FESTIVAL, AND WE’LL BE PLAYING MUSIC FROM FILMS ALL WEEK TO CELEBRATE. COME JOIN US BEFORE OR AFTER SCREENING GREAT CINEMA WITH DEADCENTER. (www.deadcenterfilm.org )

07

JUNE

Friday

5 – 12pm

FORGET HOLLYWOOD, LET'S HEAR IT FOR NOLLYWOOD TO BOLLYWOOD

The film capitals of Mumbai, India, and Lagos, Nigeria make far more films than Hollywood. Tonight we’re going to explore great new music from cinema from around the world.

08

JUNE

Saturday

5 – 12pm

ROCK & REELS

Feature Film and Documentary Soundtracks that used music as a driver to story telling. Rock and Roll in Film. La Bamba, Easy Rider, Purple Rain, Superfly, A Hard Day’s Night, Juice, Rock & Roll High School, Los in Translation, The Gradate, American Graffiti, O Brother, Merry Christmas Mr. Lawrence, Where Art Thou, The Harder they Come, Saturday Night Fever, Woodstock, Stop Making Sense, Til the End of the World and Rushmore.

09

JUNE

Sunday

2 – 6pm

SPECIAL SUNDAY EVENT / ANUJA

Whether or not you are attending DCenter events over the weekend, join us to say farewell (until next year) to filmmakers and fans of one of American’s great independent film festivals. Special screening (4:30 PM) of “ANUJA”, a marvelous 20-minute film and DeadCenter entry chronicling the “coming of age” of two orphaned sisters working in a sweat shop in New Delhi, when the 9-year old younger sister is presented with a life changing opportunity to resume her education. The performances of the two young stars is nothing short of brilliant. https://www.anujathefilm.com/ The filmmakers, director Adam Graves (whose day job is that of a university professor of film and philosophy in Denver)and Suchitra Mattai (herself a multidisciplinary fiber artist whose work is exhibited in museums around the world) will be in attendance to greet you and discuss the film. As always, no cover.

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