After the Polka

Jenny Juristo Morrison presents a schizophrenic, progressive collective for the discerning ear

After a 10-year hiatus, Tampa dee-jay Jenny Juristo Morrison uneartsh her radio muse with the re-emergence of her "After the Polka" show that originally aired an eclectic radio broadcast on WMNF (88.5-FM) in Tampa, Florida. Juristo steadily stimulated an underground of eager artists, lost souls, and decidedly open minds to what she called, "a schizophrenic, progressive collective for the discerning ear" each Sunday after Beachy Bruce's "Polka Party." Now, after her migration to New York and after the birth ofÝher two sons, she once more returns to the dusty headphones and a dormant vinyl record collection to recapture the mix, catch the muse, feel it again, and share it with you. Jenny Juristo Morrison began her weekly show "After the Polka" on free103point9 Online Radio May 1, 2005.

Click here to read Jenny's "After the Polka" blog.

Click here for an archive of "After the Polka" shows courtesy Screw Music Forever.

Also rebroadcast Tuesday 4 a.m. ET.