On June 6th, 1987, comedian and musician Howard Kremer made a tape. 25 years later to the day with fellow hip-hop enthusiast Jensen Karp, Howard Kremer unearthed a goldmine of audio from America’s first hip-hop program in the country. For a sum total of 6 hours a week, New York City radiostations 107.5 FM WBLS and KISS 98.7 FM, would broadcast on Friday and Saturday nights from 9 p.m to 12 a.m exclusively. Frequencies from the birthplace of hip-hop, New York City, would travel through the night air to the warm transistors of suburban New Jersey boom boxes and into the ear canals of Howard Kremer. Completely informing the rest of his life and taste in music along with thousands of others.
On June 6th, 2012, Howard, along with friend and living hip-hop encyclopedia Jensen Karp, sit down and navigate through the relics of a radiostation that influenced their entire passion for the art form.
Download this one time Feral Audio special presentation; with music and audio you will never hear anywhere else in your entire life! Travel back in time and to the glory days of hip-hop and experience what changed the genetic mainframe of America.
One beat at a time.
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