On the next Method to the Madness, Friday, November 22, at noon, host Lisa Kiefer speaks with Gabriel Zucman, Associate Professor of Economics at UC Berkeley and co-author [with Emmanuel Saez] of the new book The Triumph of Injustice –How the Rich Dodge Taxes and How to Make Them Pay. He and his colleagues are advocating a progressive wealth tax as a solution to global inequality and have advised Elizabeth Warren and other politic
Suzie True is an indiepop / twee-punk band from Los Angeles fronted by Lexi of Bearcats. Their debut EP was released by Toronto label Buzz Records in 2018.
Galore is an emerging DIY indiepop / jangle-punk band from San Francisco, featuring members of Rays and Rainbow. The first run of their self-released demo cassette quickly sold out.
Artsick is Christina of Salinas melodic fuzzpop band Burnt Palms, backed by members of Kids On A Crime Spree and Lunchbox. Their debut 7" was released in late 2018.
On October 28th, Jordan Rakei shook August Hall with his electronic symphony.
Written by Elle Henriksen
Tune in Friday, November 8th @ 10:30 am as DJ Jon the Reptilian interviews Owen Maercks.
Owen Maercks has a new album out, Kinds of Blue, featuring Henry Kaiser, Scott Amendola, John Oswald, Larry Ochs & Doug Sovern. His 1978 underground Teenage Sex Therapist record was rerelease in 2014. Owen Maercks is well known in the Berkeley community as long time part owner of East Bay Vivarium.