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Ty Segall To Perform at Today's Save KUSF Rally, FreeFall Lives Again Online


Well, the radio station at 90.3 FM is gone, and the website will only take 15 listeners, so anyone who wants to listen to their favorite KUSF show these days is pretty much screwed, right?

Wrong — sort of. Today, as KUSF supporters prepare for another demonstration at City Hallthis one featuring a performance from local garage-rock hero/former KUSF DJ Ty Segall — and as the Save KUSF campaign continues in full force with T-shirts, posters, letters of support from famous people, and more sadness, we bring you a small present: DJ David Bassin's show FreeFall, a sweet two-hour set of “future jazz, R &B, global grooves & abstract beats.” Hearing it feels like a tonic, even if it isn't coming through the airwaves. Check it out after the jump.
SF Weekly Staff

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