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Paul Kennedy has been exposed to a variety of music since his childhood. His father was a jazz musician and a music teacher, so it was hard not to be interested in music. Paul’s first experience with a turntable was at about age 8, spinning The Grand Canyon Suite on the family record player. Later, […]

Born and bred in Los Angeles, Lina Lecaro has been a music journalist for over two decades and a curator/DJ in the clubs for almost as long. She is the Culture & Entertainment Editor at LA Weekly (see her work at http://www.LAWeekly.com) , and her freelance writing can also be seen in Playboy, The WOW […]

MIRIAM LINNA is the wax maven at New York record label, Norton Records and publisher of Kicks Books, both endeavors which exist to celebrate the unsung heroes of rock n' roll music. Miriam co-founded Norton Records with her late husband, Billy Miller. The pair were inspired to discover and issue unknown music that they had written about in Kicks magazine. Miriam loves to hoard, play, and rave about records, and is particularly hopped up about the Doo-Wop sounds of New York City and the inevitable and much wished-for KINKS REUNION! She lives in the borough she calls home, Brooklyn USA

Lina Litonjua (nee Sedillo) is a life-long L.A. native from Wilmington, CA. Lina was a founding member of I.U.D., the first all-girl techno-punk band that no one had actually heard, but many claimed to have seen perform. Following that, she was bassist for San Pedro post-punk band, Peer Group, who were not well-known outside of […]

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MARC MILLER has spent most of his life in and around music. He started buying records at age five. He's a little older now and shows no signs of quitting. After managing record stores in high school and college, Marc landed a job at famed WBCN, Boston when he was 19. There he was the Music Director and a DJ in addition to being a producer. Marc left Boston to help put WXRK (K-Rock, New York) on the air for which he is still doing penance. There he was a DJ, Assistant Program Director, and morning show producer. After a few years he gratefully accepted an offer to help start up MUZE, a music database company where he stayed for 20 years. He and his records reside in an undisclosed location in New England.

The project " IL FACILE DUO" was born from the collaboration between Robert Passera and Vanni "W.Paul" Parmigiani. Together with two members of “The Transistors” (ErMan and Luke) as well as Giorgio Caffino and Lady Vanilla, “IL FACILE DUO” were active on the Internet from early 2000 to September 2002. They broadcast pure easy-listening mixed programmes and news from the cocktail/lounge-world on the website ezlounge.fm. IL FACILE DUO’s DJ-set features tropical Jazz-influences, Italian and international bossa nova revival, easy listening cinematic music with frequent digressions into 20th century kitsch. “The Easy Pair” intermingle four hands on the mixing board to incorporate their personal styles to create the unique set of continuous sound that is IL FACILE DUO – on stage at IL GIAGUARO EXPO 2001 and 2002, at the NOTTE VIDAL, and in the best lounge-bars of Emilia Romagna and Lombardia (where they introduce fashionable rhythms served on the rocks). July 2002 marked the discographic debut of IL FACILE DUO with the Ezlounge Compilation Vol.1 on Media Records, a 32 track double CD that features the best of modern sound for the cocktail generation; the first CD features delicate atmospheres and the second provides lively and sprightly rhythms. 22 of the tracks on this delightful cocktail lounge compilation were unpublished songs from Italian, Japanese, English and American artists. Five artists LuxuriaMusic listeners will hear on my show: Mina - Idea6 - LTC - Alessandro Alessandroni - Nora Orlandi.

The project " IL FACILE DUO" was born from the collaboration between Robert Passera and Vanni "W.Paul" Parmigiani. Together with two members of “The Transistors” (ErMan and Luke) as well as Giorgio Caffino and Lady Vanilla, “IL FACILE DUO” were active on the Internet from early 2000 to September 2002. They broadcast pure easy-listening mixed programmes and news from the cocktail/lounge-world on the website ezlounge.fm. IL FACILE DUO’s DJ-set features tropical Jazz-influences, Italian and international bossa nova revival, easy listening cinematic music with frequent digressions into 20th century kitsch. “The Easy Pair” intermingle four hands on the mixing board to incorporate their personal styles to create the unique set of continuous sound that is IL FACILE DUO – on stage at IL GIAGUARO EXPO 2001 and 2002, at the NOTTE VIDAL, and in the best lounge-bars of Emilia Romagna and Lombardia (where they introduce fashionable rhythms served on the rocks). July 2002 marked the discographic debut of IL FACILE DUO with the Ezlounge Compilation Vol.1 on Media Records, a 32 track double CD that features the best of modern sound for the cocktail generation; the first CD features delicate atmospheres and the second provides lively and sprightly rhythms. 22 of the tracks on this delightful cocktail lounge compilation were unpublished songs from Italian, Japanese, English and American artists. Since February 2004 IL FACILE DUO has been back in the limelight with their weekly musical program called “Easitaly” on LuxuriaMusic.com in the USA - the most important Internet radio station covering EZ Listening, Lounge, etc. 

Host David Ponak has lived and breathed music for nearly as long as he’s been living and breathing. His DJ experiences ranges from his college radio days at UConn’s WHUS to Los Angeles public radio stations KCRW (where “The Nice Age” originated in 1998) and KPFK. He is one of the founding DJ’s at Luxuria […]

Intoxica! Radio host Howie Pyro has been collecting records since his parents started taking him to garage sales as a kid. His love of monsters & weirdness drew him to buy records that are just being discovered today as obscure gems. Pyro spins primitive 50’s & 60’s rhythms from 45’s from the deep underbelly of […]

Native of the South Bay (Carson, CA), Michael formed The Salvation Army (a rockin’ psychedelic/punk hybrid) during those early halcyon days of the burgeoning L.A. punk scene of the late 1970s/early 1980s.  After the real Salvation Army took offense, he changed the name of the band to The Three O’ Clock, taking on a more […]