This show, originally aired on the 24th of November 2015. It was my Tuesday show day, before TurkeyDay. Otherwise known as Thanksgiving. I was beyond ill prepared. I’d say I was UN prepared. Thus there was no concept on this day. No “show” to speak of. There was quite a bit of rambling babble from […]
Hey folks! This week on Mood Swings I bring you the music of central and south america. Bosssa Nova music is a genre of jazz that really came of the fusion of traditional latin music with jazz in the 1960’s. At the forefront of this cultural fusion was Stan Getz with his collaborative album with […]
This week on Mood Swings, I explore the sweet sound of southern gospel and blues. Originally a combination of African drums and Christian hymns, gospel and blues music became an extremely unique sound in America. Other soul singers like Smokey Robinson wrote standards that would be passed down for generations. As blues rapidly evolved into jazz […]
Afternoon Blues marks the inaugural episode of The Cue on KPSU.ORG. Filled with soulful melodies, blue note guitars and samba rhythms, this is 57 minutes of chiller than chill vibes. Get your pipes, dreams and blues aligned with this music, The Cue is presented entirely on vinyl from tunes collected in hidden crates across the […]
Getting a bit experimental with Show 028, we blended in some electronic cuts and some of our favorite future laid back tracks lately. As mentioned in the show, be sure to check out Sango’s ‘Da Rochina 3’ dropping this coming Tuesday 11/10. Discover Sango: soundcloud.com/sangobeats Photo by Trashhand | blog.trashhand.com Connect with Beats 2: → Twitter: @beats2radio → Facebook: Beats […]
Back in the booth again after we missed last weeks show. Had a few things come up last minute that prevented us from going in the studio, but we’re really gonna try not to miss anymore shows for y’all. Coming at you with some new digs as well as some future classics we dug up. […]
Songs about time. The wrong time, the hours and the donut of the heart. Photo: A 19th century postcard from Ottoman-era Plovdiv. Note: An alternate version of this podcast can be found on Mixcloud.