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    Tuesday, October 25, 2011

    Ian Lloyd Interview on The Time Machine




    Rocker Ian Lloyd was a guest on The Time Machine last week. From the band Stories that gave the seventies one of the coolest radio hits ("Brother Louie") to his solo career and numerous projects including Social Hero, Ian had never recorded a Christmas song. The Maui FM dial was treated to the first official Christmas song of the season (And a week before Halloween - a first for The Time Machine). In addition to sharing the new rocking yuletide song "Everybody's Happy 'Cause It's Christmas Time", Ian also discussed his musical career.


    Brand new songs were also featured from Vinnie Zummo ("Didn't Get The Memo"), Tam Duong ("In The Elevator"), John Hunter Phillips (Dennis, Carl, Alan, Brian, Bruce and Mike") Strangefinger ("I Feel Fine") plus Sara Bareilles, The Wellingtons, Michelle Branch and The Outfield. Other artists featured on this Maui afternoon FM radio aircheck include; The Pendletons, Jack Johnson, The Donnas, Bo Donaldson & The Heywoods, Pez Band, Dion and Social Hero. Since most of The Time Machine's airchecks over the last few decades were courtesy of TDK and Maxell, it was only proper to include Ian Lloyd's appearance in the TDK advertisement seen above.



    Click here to listen or download the radio aircheck interview with Ian Lloyd








    Official Website for Ian Lloyd

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    Tuesday, October 18, 2011

    Aaron Yeger Interview on The Time Machine






    Director Aaron Yeger was a guest on The Time Machine today. Aaron is in town for the United States film premiere of his documentary "A People Uncounted" at the Hawaii International Film Festival. It debuted last Friday evening and will have another screening on this Wednesday at 4PM at Honolulu's Regal Dole Cannery Stadium 18 Theatres & IMAX. This year’s festival includes 212 films from 43 countries.

    The feature documentary with Nuance Pictures and Urbinder Documentaries is about the genocide of the Romani people during the Holocaust and their continuing marginalization and persecution in present day. This year at the Hawaii International Film Festival, the documentary has been nominated for the Halekulani Golden Orchid Award for Documentary Feature. The Roma have endured centuries of intolerance and persecution in Europe, most notably during the Holocaust, when an estimated 500,000 or more were murdered. "A People Uncounted" documents their culturally rich yet often difficult lives, and demonstrates how their present state has been deeply shaped by the tragedies of the past.

    This is the first feature-length film for director Aaron Yeger, producers Marc Swenker and Tom Rasky, and executive producer Lenny Binder. The film grew from a conversation between Rasky and Binder, both children of Holocaust survivors and their mutual friend, award-winning Romani musician Robi Botos, who went on to score the film. The film is edited by A.C.E. award-winning documentary filmmaker Kurt Engfehr (Fahrenheit 911, Bowling for Columbine).

    Filmed in 11 countries and featuring dozens of Roma—including Holocaust survivors, historians, activists and musicians—A People Uncounted brings the Romani history to life through the rich interplay of their poetry, music, and compelling first-hand accounts. As ethnic intolerance flares up once again across Europe, "A People Uncounted" sheds light on this unique culture while placing the Romani story within the larger context of the world’s legacy of racism and genocide.

    Aaron Yeger also discussed his upcoming projects including the role of co-director with Marc Swenker for "Chasing the King", a feature documentary about Chuck Berry and a quest for the real King of Rock and Roll, as well as a producer of "Fantastico!" a feature documentary about the rise of new Canadian fashion icon Bruno Ierullo.

    Aaron Yeger graduated from Ryerson University's School of Image Arts with a specialization in Film Production, where he received a number of awards including the Norman Jewison Filmmaker Award, the Harvey Hart Award for Directing, the J. L. Beaton Award for academic distinction, and two Universal Studios Scholarships in Filmmaking. The Time Machine Crew were honored to have a film maker of Aaron's caliber on the broadcast.



    New music heard on this Maui afternoon FM broadcast features artists Sarina Paris, Mike Viola and Rachael Yamagata.


    Click here to listen or download the radio aircheck interview with Aaron Yeger






    Video Below: Movie Preview For The Documentary "A People Uncounted"







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    Monday, October 17, 2011

    Rachael Yamagata Comes With Tales From "Chesapeake" On The Time Machine





    Singer-songwriter Rachael Yamagata returned to The Time Machine with her self released album "Chesapeake". She put together her dream team of musicians for her third record. The band included Victor Indrizzo, Mike Viola, Michael Chaves, Kevin Salem, Tom Freund and Oli Kraus. John Alagia returned as producer to capture it all and the magic on this album is heard from beginning to end.


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    It's always a treat for The Time Machine Radio Crew to have Rachael on the broadcast as a guest. Rachael's vocals have graced Maui's FM dial for years as she continued to keep busy between each of her albums by co-writing and singing on albums of other artists. The list is long and varied; Duncan Sheik, Ryan Adams & The Cardinals, Robin Danar, Mike Viola, Margaret Cho, Toots & The Maytals, Ben Lee, Graham Colton, Katherine McPhee, Rhett Miller, John Francis, Jill Cunniff, Dan Wilson, Bill Deasey, Ray LaMontagne, Chris Holmes, Ben Arthur, Jason Mraz, Bright Eyes and Mandy Moore...with so many music projects outside of her own, it appears that she will continue to be on our playlists for years to come (and hopefully we'll get a chance to hear her unreleased EP with Mike Viola of which three of the songs on the new album were originally written for).



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    Her debut release "Happenstance" produced by John Alagia kept pulling in our listeners and locking her status as "most played artist" right up until the end of 2007. Perfect timing for us because her sophomore double album release "Elephants...Teeth Sinking Into Heart" was released in 2008. That album was produced by Mike Mogis (with a couple of songs produced by John Alagia) and it was an album worth the wait filled with many talented musicians like Kevin Salem, Michael Chaves, Daniel Clarke and Mark Goldenberg adding their musical gifts to the project.



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    Rachael's music has had a home on our playlists and in our hearts since her debut release. Be sure to pick up a copy of her first album, "Happenstance" and her second, "Elephants...Teeth Sinking Into Heart". Rachael currently topped our airplay chart for 2010 with her song with Semisonic's Dan Wilson, "You Take My Troubles Away" and closed out the year with her yuletide song, "Baby Come Find Me At Christmas". This past year, "I'm Going To Go Back There Someday", Rachael's cover of the classic song from The Muppets where Gonzo sang around a campfire in 1979's "The Muppet Movie" has been embraced by The Time Machine staff and listeners to make it one of the most played songs of the year. The song saw its official release on Disney's tribute album "The Muppets: The Green Album" on August 23rd in preparation for Disney's November release of the Jason Segel film "The Muppet Movie". Other artists featured along with Rachael include; Weezer & Paramore’s Hayley Williams, OK Go, Sondre Lerche, Andrew Bird, Matt Nathanson, The Fray and My Morning Jacket.



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    Rachael's work with Ben Arthur and John Francis are featured on the broadcast. New music also featured on this aircheck include three wonderful covers from Maxi Dunn & Marty Rudnick with "Walk Right In", "Sweet And Tender Romance" from The Bangles and Joe Algeri & Maria Sokratis performing "Jackson". The new song "Keep Me Holding On" from The Wellingtons continues to garner airplay. Other artists heard on this Maui afternoon FM broadcast include; Elvis Costello, Margaret Cho, Blondie, Katherine McPhee, The Smith Bros., Foster The People, Parker McGee, Wilco and John Alagia.




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    Click here to listen or download the interview with Rachael Yamagata








    Offical Website for Rachael Yamagata

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    Rachael Yamagata on MySpace Music

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    Although Rachael has done a number of guest slots on The Time Machine, you can also check out three of her extremely detailed interviews with host Michael McCartney on The Time Machine's archived broadcasts below. You can download them as podcasts or listen to them from the embedded players on the webpage itself.


    Rachael Yamagata Interview

    Rachael Yamagata Interview from 2008

    Rachael Yamagata Interview from the Summer of 2011





    Videos Below: "Even If I Don't", "Starlight" and "You Won't Let Me" by Rachael Yamagata
















    Offical Website for John Francis

    Official Website for Ben Arthur

    Official Website for The Bangles

    Official Website for The Wellingtons

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    Wednesday, October 12, 2011

    Starr Saunders Returns To The Time Machine







    Singer-songwriter Starr Saunders returned to The Time Machine as a musical guest. Starr's first appearance on the broadcast dates back to her first album release "Intro" in 2004 under the name of The Starr Saunders Project followed by "City Of Dreams" in 2005. Starr shared her latest single "We Were One" which is now available on iTunes. Starr collaborated with songwriter Robert Lindsey on this song which just a little musical taste of what's to come on her upcoming album.




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    Brand new music was also heard on this Maui afternoon radio aircheck from Rachael Yamagata (pictured in the above photograph with Starr Saunders).



    Click here to listen or download the radio aircheck interview with Starr Saunders








    Official Website for Starr Saunders

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    Monday, October 10, 2011

    Schuyler Fisk Interview on The Time Machine







    Singer-songwriter Schuyler Fisk was a guest on The Time Machine last week to discuss her second album "Blue Ribbon Winner". The first album from the talented artist, "The Good Stuff", ended up being one of the most played albums for the year 2009 on The Time Machine due to fine songwriting and performances on songs like "Afterglow" and "Miss You". Maui's FM dial embraced Schuyler Fisk and The Time Machine Crew were thrilled to have her on the radio as a musical guest.



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    In addition to her musical chops (which includes her duo project FM Radio with Tim Myers of One Republic), Schuyler is an accomplished actor with a number of film and television roles. She can currently be seen in Gus Van Sant's latest motion picture "Restless".



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    Other artists heard on this Maui afternoon radio aircheck include Sissy Spacek, Marty Rudnick, Joshua Radin and Michael Carpenter.



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    Click here to listen or download the radio aircheck interview with Schuyler Fisk








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    Video Below: Schuyler Fisk's Official Music Video for "What Good Is Love"








    Video Below: Schuyler Fisk performs "From Where I'm Standing" from the motion picture "I'm Reed Fish"








    Video Below: Sneak Peak Into The Making Of The Album "Blue Ribbon Winner"










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    Sunday, October 09, 2011

    Mike Viola Returns To The Time Machine






    Singer-songwriter Mike Viola has unleashed his latest album "Electro De Perfecto". The extremely gifted and prolific artist returned as a guest on The Time Machine last week. Mike's music has long been on our playlists since the nineties. From his own Candy Butchers to film soundtrack work on "That Thing You Do!", "Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story" and "Get Him To The Greek" to his involvement with L.E.O. and The Major Labels, Viola has continued to win our audience over with catchy melodies and killer hooks. Mike has also produced some wonderful artists that have graced our airwaves the past few years like Kelly Jones, Mandy Moore, Rachael Yamagata and Marissa Levy.




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    Mike's tight trio on the album are rounded out by the bass playing of Sean Hurley (Vertical Horizon, Colbie Caillat, Liz Phair, Ben Lee, Judith Owen, Arden Kaywin, Brooke Fraser, Mya, Ringo Starr, Annie Lennox, Alicia Keys and Robin Thicke) and Victor Indrizzo (Rachael Yamagata, Sheryl Crow, Malea McGuinness, Shonen Knife, Red Kross, Michael Penn, Meatloaf, Mandi Perkins, Donavon Frankenreiter, Brandi Carlile and Aimee Mann) on the drums. Dan Wilson (Semisonic, Trip Shakespeare) and Adam Schlesinger (Fountains Of Wayne, Tinted Windows and Ivy) add their talents to "Get You Back" which is currently in heavy rotation on The Time Machine.




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    Other brand new songs heard on this aircheck include The Bangles, Marissa Levy, Rachael Yamagata and an interview with Starr Saunders featuring her latest single "We Were One". Other artists heard on this Maui afternoon FM broadcast include; The Smith Bros., The Candy Butchers, The Wonders and Mandy Moore.



    Click here to listen or download the radio aircheck interview with Mike Viola










    Official Website for Mike Viola

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    Monday, October 03, 2011

    Willie K. Interview on The Time Machine







    One of the most celebrated and talented singer-songwriters to emerge from Hawaii in the eighties and make a name for himself as one of Hawaii's top entertainers around the world is Willie K. Throughout the nineties and the turn of the century, Willie Kahaiali’i redefined the music scene in Hawaii. Willie was a guest on The Time Machine last week and shared his thoughts behind his latest blues masterpiece "Warehouse Blues". With numerous albums under his artistic belt along with outside musical projects like the successful duo The Barefoot Natives (with Eric Gilliom) and Amy Hanaiali’i, the guitar virtuoso discussed his career with radio host Michael McCartney and hints at what may be ahead.



    The band members on "Warehouse Blues" are some of Maui's finest musicians; Jerry Byers on bass guitar, Kris Thomas on drums, percussionist Mio "Timbolero" Flores and Tam Sugayan on congas. Playing the killer electric guitar on "Nasty Thing" is Avi Ronen who is featured as a special guest musician on the album along with Howard Eisenberg on saxophone and Sam Ahia, Sr. performs the jazz guitar on "Lonely Man". While Willie bent those guitar strings and sang his heart out, Jesse Alpuro and Nick Fournier engineered the album. Nick Fournier also mixed the album with Jonathan Starr and it was mastered by John Scrip. A collaborative effort to bring the artistic style of Willie K to the ears of global music fans appreciative of the blues.



    On Maui, this Sunday October 16th, there will be an album release party for Willie K's album "Warehouse Blues" to coincide with the opening of the new Maui Tribe location at 270 Waiehu Beach Road in Wailuku. Maui Tribe is hosting “A Grand Celebration Willie K Style” and it also happens to be Willie’s birthday celebration. Come down and join in on the fun from 12 Noon to 4PM for good times and great music.



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    This Maui afternoon FM radio aircheck also features brand new music from Brad Paisley, Daryl Hall and Fountains Of Wayne. Other artists featured on the broadcast include Sylvia Robinson, The Smith Bros., Billy Vera & The Beaters, Nigel Olsson, Hudson-Ford, Rachael Yamagata & Jason Mraz, Wilco, Heart and KISS.






    Click here to listen or download the interview with Willie K











    Offical Website for Willie K



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