Located on the Capitol Square in downtown Madison, The Frequency announced it will be closing its doors the end of June. We spoke to owner Darwin Sampson, and take a look at what this means for the Madison music scene.
Musicians for WORT invades the Frequency this Thursday, May 17th at 8pm for a Block Party Warmup Show with According to What, Small Mediums, and Imaginary Watermelon. DJ Catwoman from Friday on My Mind will also be there to spin between sets. Come enjoy one of the last great rock shows at the Freq before […]
On Sunday, March 25, Trevor Stephenson will join host John W. Barker to discuss the April 7 & 8 concerts by Madison Bach Musicians, which will feature Purcell’s Dido and Aeneas and Bach’s Coffee Cantata. And tune in again on Easter Sunday, when John will feature music from both the Western and Eastern traditions. Musica […]
Have you ever driven by a farm field and seen a lone oak tree standing amongst a sea of corn? It’s quite a stunning sight. Keefe Keeley, executive director of the Savanna Institute, discusses agroforestry, the concept of integrating tree crops into agricultural landscapes, and their potential to mitigate climate change, restore wildlife habitat, and […]
Esty Dinur hosts an open line, and receives a slew of calls. Listeners called in about chicken little-ism, marching in the streets, the commons, eminent domain, and the Takings Clause, and concerns about environmental disasters and climate change.