This Tiger Cub Radio Bub we engage with some brash yet tender melodiousness. We hear Stereolab, the Clash, Amy Winehouse and pay respects to weirdo royalty.
Repetition is a form of change, according to the Oblique Strategies. This show changes a lot, then. Had to phone it in due to external factors, almost didn’t do the show this week. What’s more, it was a comedy of errors. What you hear in this podcast is actually a Frankenstein’s monster edit in which […]
How about an experimental day today? I figured it resonated well with the goings on that hugely fall on April 20th. I’ll be playing a lot more chilled out and interesting tunes than my usual show. Hope you like Cornelius, Man Man, and Moondog. Enjoy!
In Celebration of Earth DJ Mkulima is airing the second edition of Experimental Mindful Meditation. This iteration features creation myths from around the world. Download or stream the Podcast here at KPSU, Mixcloud, or Soundcloud! Tune in, chill out, and Keep on Growing out there!
I’m joined by KPSU’s own Serg Lopez (of ZigZag Vinyl) as we select some of our favorite gloomy day records.
Embrace what some call the darkness. Dark harmony, man in the dark sedan, dark life. But this is actually the penumbra, the twilight zone. Total darkness isn’t that interesting unless you’re in a tactile dome. Dr. Yo’s Magic Lantern is not for everyone. Discontinue use and consult your doctor or witch doctor if you experience fatigue, nausea, or ennui.
Hitting that 1 Year mark last week, shouts to all you who been with us and those new to this radio show. We Appreciate you, share this one with your people, all love and good grooves. → Photo by chaseblood.tumblr.com Beats 2 ~ Discover new music ➫ Twitter: @beats2radio ➫ Facebook: Beats 2 ➫ Soundcloud.com/beats2radio ➫ beats2radio.tumblr.com ➫ YouTube: Beats […]
The takeaway from this week’s Magic Lantern program: everything is extraordinary. And it’s an eclectic form of extraordinary, embracing second-wave skiffle, Dixieland, Krautrock, sci-fi, and, of course, satirical covers of pop standards. If there were a theme to this program, it would be sound poetry. Hugo Ball and Kurt Schwitters prefigured the Mysterious N. Senada’s […]
On this fine April day I get to play a ton of tunes thanks to the birthdays of a few individuals! I go over the weather, the Timbers, trivia about the day itself, and perhaps a few more happenings. Take a listen to the likes of The Pixies, Junior Boys, Scala & Kolancy Brothers, and […]
Looking for a good concert in Portland? There always a good concert to see. And the best part- the concerts are usually cheap and sometimes even FREE! Check out the list below to find something worth going to: Tuesday April 5th Doug Fir Lounge 830 E Burnside RedBull Sound Select. Curated by Banana Stand Diarrhea […]