The latest episode of Cascadian Radio is a Sound Judgement Records Showcase, featuring in-studio performances from Lee Faulkner and Two Moons, words of wisdom from Rod, and new tracks from Chugger!
Instead of wasting away inside all day this Summer, check out this preview of Summer 2k16’s best shows this week, next week, and beyond. Tonight’s mix was inspired by these shows (that you should hang out w/ me at): Hemingway Tour Kick-off with Blowout, Sioux Falls, Drunken Palms: Thursday June 23rd, 7:30 PM @ Blackwater Bar […]
The Cabin Project visits KPSU to talk about their new album Unfolded, their album release show at The Doug Fir on June 24th, learning rhythm by playing Guitar Hero, their love of Warpaint, and we somehow find an excuse to talk about Provo, Utah.
Photo Credit: Crystal Joy Kim, John and Tammy of The Stargazer Lilies came down to the studio to play some of their favorite tracks, to discuss their new album and to perform a magical acoustic set.
An eclectic mix of shoegaze and and heavier jams. Each week will be explore different vibes, most of which will reside within the realm of heavy haziness. Occasionally, I enjoy featuring local bands from my hometown Denton, Texas, as well as the PDX area. So if you enjoy hearing the manifestation of someone else’s emotions, […]
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!
Riding solo in the whip on this episode, enjoy this preview of Teen Suicide’s latest record It’s the Big Joyous Celebration, Let’s Stir the Honeypot and choice tracks by Portland locals Lubec and Alien Boy.
Hear an in-studio performance and interview from SKULL DIVER who stopped by KPSU on March 5th. We talk about cannabutter, Beaver, Utah, shower tips, and styro-sexuals. Virginity ROCKS!
Spencer Uhrig joins Cascadian Radio to talk about counseling your counselor, gettin’ forked, not listening to therapists, and dying.