We’ve finally hit the big 50. To celebrate, I pulled a stack of the best finds from my time spent digging at the forever missed Belmont Records. Thanks for listening. <3 Forgive the bumbling intro. Lenny's hammond organ shreddin' is very distracting.
A continuous mix of vinyl while covering for The Cue. 4 Note: Unfortunately, the audio dropped out in the middle of the Bobbie Gentry track I played. I’ve edited it out and segued together the track before and prior.
Conway James joined me in the studio to talk about a few of his favorite country songs before playing a couple originals. Note: Unfortunately there was a software issue during part of the interview so it had to be omitted. You’ll just have to imagine what we said about John Prine and Johnny Cash.
DJ: Joshua Justice Shows: Static + Distance & Beyond Footnotes, Fridays @2pm; Cold Discovery Hometown: Waterford, Michigan What inspired you to become a DJ? I saw a flyer and I heard the station playing in the hallway at PSU. I realized there were all kinds of musical tastes within KPSU, and whatever I’d want […]
It’s Mother’s Day on the Shower Hour and DJ Niko Treecko Frappuccino displays a mix in genre of The Clash, MF Doom, The Black Keys, They Might Be Giants, A Tribe Called Quest, The Pixies, and Elastica Click the link below for the show: http://s3.amazonaws.com/archive-complete/1462770001.mp3
What’s up everyone! This week on Mood Swings I’m spinning a record that is extremely close to my heart. The Clear Blue Pearl is a story album written and composed by my former music teacher Ben Darwish. To say that this album is a big influence on my musical taste is a drastic understatement. I’ve […]
This week I had the pleasure of teaming up with Joshua Justice of Static + Distance to bring you an array of eclectic tunes from the heart of Joshua’s vinyl collection! You won’t want to miss this wild ride! Static + Distance airs every other Friday @2pm. Please check out past episodes here! Episode 38; […]
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.
I’m joined by KPSU’s own Serg Lopez (of ZigZag Vinyl) as we select some of our favorite gloomy day records.