Innocence & Experience

Clean living and dirty lyrics: we dance and drink and sing to hip-hop beats like it ain’t no thing…


Saturday, December 20
Innocence & Experience Podcast, 12-16-14

Wattup world?! DJ Kiwi Karma (with special guests Kory Karma, Judge and Vera the Vulture) bringing you the Season 4 Finale episode (Episode 12, from December 16, 2014). If you missed the party live, be sure to catch up on the gift of music we got for you. That’s right, call it a white elephant…

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Innocence & Experience

Clean living and dirty lyrics: we dance and drink and sing to hip-hop beats like it ain’t no thing…


Tuesday, December 9
Innocence & Experience Podcast, 12-09-14

What’s good with it? DJ Kiwi Karma here with the homie Nick bringing you another episode of Innocence & Experience–the penultimate episode of the penultimate season in fact–Season 4, Episode 11 (from Tuesday, November 9). In Nick’s honor, this episode is devoted to all Cali music. Tune in for the old faves, the new greats…

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Innocence & Experience

Clean living and dirty lyrics: we dance and drink and sing to hip-hop beats like it ain’t no thing…


Tuesday, December 2
Innocence & Experience Podcast, 12-02-14

What it do, what it do! DJ Kiwi Karma bringing you Season 4, Episode 10 (Tues., Nov. 2) of Innocence & Experience. You don’t hear me, but in the booth I was rapping along with all of these songs cause this week’s theme is all songs to which your DJ knows all the words (plus…

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Innocence & Experience

Clean living and dirty lyrics: we dance and drink and sing to hip-hop beats like it ain’t no thing…


Thursday, November 27
Innocence & Experience Podcast, 11-25-14

What is what, my heads! Kiwi Karma here appreciating your ears…thanks for sharing them with Innocence & Experience for an hour each week! As your dedicated DJ has traveled to Florida for the Holiday, this week’s theme is all music with things you might find in Florida (season 4, episode 9, from November 25, 2014).…

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Innocence & Experience

Clean living and dirty lyrics: we dance and drink and sing to hip-hop beats like it ain’t no thing…


Friday, November 21
This Was a Sampling Sport: How Copyright Put Chains on Hip-Hop

  Hip-hop began as a culture of appropriating, of sampling, of taking existing sounds, chopping them up, and lacing them back together with words that reclaimed power. Throughout the 1980s, early hits by the Sugar Hill Gang, Public Enemy and Run-DMC made no apology for building off the sounds of others, but soon a copyright…

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