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Welcome to the official website of Evan Toth! Perhaps, you are looking for music, education, or his radio program, "Good Music" on WFDU 89.1fm; it is all here in one neat package. We're glad that you've stopped by. If there's anything we can do to make your visit more comfortable, please let us know. Sit back, relax, and browse away.

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  • Well, what is it? #quadrophonic #hifi #vintagehifi #pinkfloyd #atomheartmother #uk #vinyl #records
    Well, what is it? #quadrophonic #hifi #vintagehifi #pinkfloyd #atomheartmother #uk #vinyl #records
  • It's an all CD show! Tune to WFDU.fm now to hear all NJ artists on compact disc (how novel)! 4:00pm-5:00pm (est). #cd #compactdisc #radio #njmusic #nj #newjersey
    It's an all CD show! Tune to WFDU.fm now to hear all NJ artists on compact disc (how novel)! 4:00pm-5:00pm (est). #cd #compactdisc #radio #njmusic #nj #newjersey
  • P.M. Dawn always presented themselves as cosmic and interplanetary, but they did most of their work right here in Jersey City. I didn’t have cable through much of the ’90s, but I recall watching some show on network television that aired that week’s most played music videos, the replays were on Saturday morning.

I’d watch the usual offerings and then P.M. Dawn would come on and I wouldn’t know what to think. This was hip hop? R&B? What did I know? I was 13. Anyway, what I did know was that this was not the usual video, or musical, fodder.

I won’t say that I’ve been a dedicated P.M. Dawn fan since those early days, but I always retained a curiosity about their unique voice. Upon Prince Be’s (Attrel Cordes) death last month, I knew we’d do a P.M. Dawn episode, so I enlisted the help of renowned NJ music critic, Jay Lustig, now writing for NJArts.net. He has been dedicated to them since those early days.

Join myself and Mr. Lustig as we tread through the P.M. Dawn waters. Right here on this week's edition @vinyldistrict @jaylustig #jerseycity #pmdawn #r&b #hiphop #njmusic #nj
    P.M. Dawn always presented themselves as cosmic and interplanetary, but they did most of their work right here in Jersey City. I didn’t have cable through much of the ’90s, but I recall watching some show on network television that aired that week’s most played music videos, the replays were on Saturday morning. I’d watch the usual offerings and then P.M. Dawn would come on and I wouldn’t know what to think. This was hip hop? R&B? What did I know? I was 13. Anyway, what I did know was that this was not the usual video, or musical, fodder. I won’t say that I’ve been a dedicated P.M. Dawn fan since those early days, but I always retained a curiosity about their unique voice. Upon Prince Be’s (Attrel Cordes) death last month, I knew we’d do a P.M. Dawn episode, so I enlisted the help of renowned NJ music critic, Jay Lustig, now writing for NJArts.net. He has been dedicated to them since those early days. Join myself and Mr. Lustig as we tread through the P.M. Dawn waters. Right here on this week's edition @vinyldistrict @jaylustig #jerseycity #pmdawn #r&b #hiphop #njmusic #nj
  • Today, join myself and NJArts.net's Jay Lustig as we discuss the history and legacy of Jersey City's P.M. Dawn. 4:00pm - 5:00pm (est) www.wfdu.fm #90s #pmdawn #vinyl #records #jerseycity
    Today, join myself and NJArts.net's Jay Lustig as we discuss the history and legacy of Jersey City's P.M. Dawn. 4:00pm - 5:00pm (est) www.wfdu.fm #90s #pmdawn #vinyl #records #jerseycity
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    Magnepan repair going well...so far. #vintageaudio #vintagehifi #magnepan #hifi
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