Myles and More
Myles to Midnight, our adventurous nighttime DJ, interviews musicians, newsmakers, authors and other people of interest.
• (Thursday, May 9) Rehab: Demun Jones
Myles talks with Demun about Rehab's upcoming DJ Burn 1 (Big Boi/Yelawolf) produced album “Million Dollar Mugshot,” Humboldt and their label.
• (Wednesday, March 27) Talib Kweli
Myles speaks with Talib about the formation of Black Star with his dear friend Yasiin Bey (Mos Def), his friendship with Dave Chappelle, playing softball with the Beastie Boys and his upcoming LP “Prisoner of Conscious.”
• (Tuesday, March 19) Rebelution: Eric Rachmany
Eric tells Myles about his band's cruise-tour with 311, working with Bob Marley sound engineer Errol Brown, how creativity can take you to great heights and more.
• (Tuesday, March 19) Twista
Myles brought Twista to town along with Diamondback Entertainment. They talk about breaking records, Sting, Twista's career and more.
• (Thursday, Jan. 31) Slightly Stoopid: Kyle McDonald
Myles and Kyle talk about less-thinking-and-more-creating, Stoopid's new recording studio/funplex, X-Box 360, why playing Jimmy Kimmel's show was fun but not exactly their scene, family, traveling with minimalism in mind and more.
• (Thursday, Jan. 3) Californication: Evan Handler
Evan Handler plays Charlie Runkle the Showtime series “Californication.” Myles and Evan discuss season six of the Golden Globe and Emmy Award-winning program which features guest stars like Steve Jones of the Sex Pistols, Marilyn Manson, Tim Minchin, Maggie Grace and more.
• (Thursday, Dec. 20, 2012) Chali 2na
The ninth annual Emerald Cup happened on Saturday, Dec. 15 2012 at the Mateel Community Center. Musical headliner Chali 2na talks medical cannabis, the now defunct Jurassic 5 (J5), new music and more. We also here there's a story about a cease-and-desist letter from a certain Los Angeles Laker…
• (Thursday, Dec. 6, 2012) Chuck Fernandez
Chuck Fernandez, Executive Director of Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Santa Rosa, talks about his work with Betty Chinn on a homeless day center in Eureka, the needs for the center and what it will take to make it happen.
• (Tuesday, Sept. 25, 2012) Pretty Lights
Pretty Lights discusses upcoming organic LP in depth; talks Illumination Tour and EDM trends.
• (Tuesday, Sept. 4, 2012) Ziggy Marley
Myles chats with Ziggy about the Grammy Award-winning musician's latest music, the critically acclaimed documentary “Marley” and comic books.
• (Saturday, Sept. 1, 2012) Slightly Stoopid: Miles
Miles from Slightly Stoopid discusses the new album “Top of the World,” an upcoming appearance on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” and the last album he listened to all the way through.
• (Tuesday, Aug. 21, 2012) Hank 3
Hank 3 discusses headlining “That Damn Show” in Southern Humboldt along with punk legend Greg Ginn. He also discusses his tumultuous relationship with his former label (Curb), how fatherhood molded his career, his friendship with Les Claypool, raising money for animal rescues and a few more surprises.
• (Tuesday, July 3, 2012) Breaking Bad: Anna Gunn
Myles talks with Anna about Breaking Bad's upcoming final season, her life, awards, a possible Breaking Bad film being sexy and being surrounded by an amazing cast and crew.
• (Wednesday, June 27, 2012) Asking Alexandria: Danny Worsnop
Danny talks Mayhem Fest, why he's a tough vocalist to work with, his bands next album, sex, drugs, metal and rehab.
• (Thursday, May 31, 2012) Fishbone: Angelo Moore
Myles talks with Angelo about: The 2012 Summer Arts and Music Festival in Benbow, the documentary “Everyday Sunshine: The Story of Fishbone” which was narrated by Laurence Fishburne, the political controversy that ensued when The Roots played Fishbone’s “Lyin’ Ass B***” as Michelle Bachman’s entrance-music when she appeared as a guest on Jimmy Fallon’s TV show towards the end of 2011, Fishbone's latest EP “Crazy Glue,” collaborating with Slightly Stoopid again, reuniting with Primus, Moore’s recent knee surgery and much more.
• (Wednesday, April 25, 2012) Tech N9ne (reload)
Tech N9ne talks doing 95 shows in 104 days (Hostile Takeover Tour 2012), 2011's “Welcome to Strangeland,” Deftones, his rap-metal project K.A.B.O.S.H., visiting Lil Wayne in jail, big-name production on his next LP and what he likes fans to throw onstage in Humboldt.
• (Wednesday, April 18, 2012) Arctic Monkeys: Alex Turner
Alex discusses the 'Monkeys tour with the Black Keys, upcoming shows in San Francisco and Sacramento, their recent appearance on Conan, Coach