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January 01, 1990 - October 14, 2012 + Garth Trinidad
Hip-hop soul expressionist Joy Jones joins Garth to chat about her new poetic works and upcoming shows.
New York's finest, the Original DJ Jazzy Jay, drops into the City of Chocolate for a guest DJ set with Garth Trinidad.
Contemporary house music pioneer Theo Parrish is writing a new chapter in Detroit production, with a sound that's been called everything from spiritual to infectious....
Style Wars filmakers Tony Silver (Director/Producer) and Henry Chalfant (Producer/Photographer) chat with Garth Trinidad about the two-DVD set release of their legendary hip- hop/graffiti documentary.
Legendary hip-hop producer and DJ 45 King joins Garth Trinidad. 45 King (aka Mark James) is known for his pioneering DJ work with Queen Latifah...
F Gary Gray, known for directing such films as "Friday," "Set It Off," and "A Man Apart," drops into Chocolate City to discuss "The Italian...
Elvis Mitchell, film critic for the New York Times and host of KCRW's The Treatment, stops by for a special guest DJ set.
DJ Afrika Bambaataa, the Godfather of Hip-Hop Culture and the Father of the Electro-Funke Sound, brings his own bad self down to Chocolate City to...
Les Nubians join Garth Trinidad to talk about their project, One Step Forward.
Chocolate City welcomes Lee Hirsch, director of the inspiring feature film documentary "Amandla! A Revolution in Four-Part Harmony," which tells the story of black South...
Legendary house DJ Marques Wyatt stops in to play tracks off his album, United DJs Volume 20.
Jasmyne Cannick and Carlos Leon of the Pan African Film Festival join Garth Trinidad to discuss the festival.
Chocolate City welcomes renown hip-hop photographer B+ to the show as guest DJ to discuss his film project, KeepinTime: Talking Drums and Whispering Vinyl.
This show's guest: Plan 9, one of L.A.'s most diverse, intelligent and clever DJs.
Host of Divine Forces Radio on KPFK, Fidel is a champion of the political, educational, spiritual and revolutionary elements of hip-hop.