All the on-air personality in the world can't make disposable music palatable. Likewise, listening to carefully curated tunes is a serious strain when the sound selector is a novice on the mic. Therein lies terrestrial radio's conundrum — and the main reason why it's been abandoned en masse for the likes of Pandora. But DJ Tabone is a bright spot on Atlanta's dial. His Soul Chamber edition of Global Drumbeat airs every Wednesday from 2-4 p.m. on the volunteer-run 89.3 (WRFG-FM), giving listeners cause to celebrate Happy Humpday, cubicle-style. With an electric playlist of global soul that coasts from Afro-Latin house (Louie Vega) to Brit-styled broken beat (Mark de Clive-Lowe) to Swedish electro (Little Dragon), Tabone serves up nu grooves with a joyous vibe while schooling listeners on the future of funk. Community radio never sounded so pro. wrfg.org.