Electro Lounge

Tuesday - Friday 9:00PM , Saturday 9:00PM - Midnight

WJCT's David Luckin offers listeners "music without walls," a musical journey around the world and through time. Chill out with the relaxing, laid-back sounds of downtempo, nu jazz, reggae and dub. You'll also find musical surprises—specials that revisit our cultural history or celebrate music icons.

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Interscope Records

Electro Lounge host and WJCT Music Director David Luckin joined Melissa Ross with his latest new music picks.

David Luckin

John, Dino & Noel stopped by the Electro Lounge to perform a sample of what they'll be brining to Lillie's Coffee Bar during the Electro Lounge Live broadcast next month.

Reprise Records

WJCT Music Director and Electro Lounge host David Luckin stopped in to First Coast Connect to share some of his favorite records from the last quarter of 2013.

Dennis Ho / Folio Weekly

Electro Lounge is turning 10 years old, and we're ready to celebrate.

Kelly-Scott Music

On Tuesday, Nov. 26, The Kelly Scott Quintet will perform songs from their latest tw0-disc release RENDITIONS: The Summer Sessions live at Mudville Grill.

Jacksonville folk group Canary in the Coalmine stopped by the Electro Lounge to perform. They will be playing at Freebird Live on Friday, Sept. 27.

You can get links to all WJCT's music programming at WJCTNews.org.

We just tripped over some news that's got us a bit bummed out:

The last Volkswagen "hippie bus" is due to roll off an an assembly line in Brazil on Dec. 31.

It seems the van that became known as the transportation of choice for counter-culture folks in the '60s can't be made with the air bags and other safety equipment that "the man" wants it to have.

So Volkswagen is ending production in the last place where the van's still made; a factory near Sao Paulo.

Bob Skinner is an architectural photographer by trade who photographs multimillion-dollar properties around New York. He doesn't often photograph people for his commercial work, but by his own admission, he is something of a "people person."

"I've learned that I can stand in the middle of a field with a camera and people will approach me. I'm very approachable. People say, 'You are a magnet,' and they just come up and start speaking with me."

Apple Corps.

The New York Times has just reported that Rock guitarist Jackie Lomax has passed on.

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