It’s been about a year since Dissociative Identity Productions was proud and excited with the announcement of our recent radio program, BoerLore, which specializes in everything that is 1950’s to 1980’s West African/Caribbean Reggae, Calypso, & Psychedelic Rock. It has been quite a year of discovery for myself at least as I have encountered some of the long forgotten legends of decades past. Whether this includes The Funkees, Sir Victor Uwaifo, or The Rob, BoerLore has served as an experimental hour for Dissociative Identity Productions as it explores how its voice could, or should, sound. Unfortunately this experiment has run its course and so it is with a heavy heart that we announce our last BoerLore show, this coming Wednesday, March 20th, from 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm.
I do not want to suggest that this will be our last show ever: after all, if there is a demand, then I guess I need to supply. However Dissociative Identity Productions would like to focus back on its original program radio, Dissociative Identity. That is why, beginning this April, Dissociative Identity will return to its two hour sessions, allowing plenty of time for more experimentation including, potentially, a news/politics section (more on this in the future).
Anyways, thank you so much for all of those who have tuned in and supplied all of the kind words. It has been extremely entertaining to discover a whole new genre and I’m proud to say that we will continue to play some legends which we have found through this process on WKDU Philadelphia, 91.7 fm. But as far as a full hour of the genre, it looks as though a break or hiatus is necessary. Be sure to tune in this Wednesday from 7-8 for the last BoerLore and good luck on finals folks.