This week’s playlist weaves a colorful emotional tapestry with Lady Lamb, Eisley, Mothers, Julien Baker, Milky Chance and more. This one’s all about the feels! Episode 37; Original Air Date: 4-14-16
With sparks to see and the scent of pine and camp fire; raw, earnest tunes rich with feeling and color. Shakey Graves, Milky Chance, Janis Joplin and more. Episode 35; Original Air Date: 3-10-16
One of my favorite mixes yet, featuring delightfully badass tunes by (mostly) local lo-fi and indie artists including Naked Hour, Gamma Knife, and Haley Heynderickx. Episode 34; Original Air Date: 3-3-16
The Dreamers Guild is delighted to bring you a live studio session and interview with hip hop artist and singer-songwriter Natalie Killoran! This lady is a triple major at PSU, works full time, and speaks three languages in addition to making music. Tune in for real talk about living your passion, vulnerability, self-love, self-expression, and generally kicking ass. For […]
One of my most honest playlists yet, featuring the stunning confessional work of Julien Baker, Daughter, Sleeping at Last, and others. Think of this as catharsis. Episode 32; Original Air Date: 2-25-16
It’s okay to cry, it’s okay if you can’t cry, it’s okay to talk about crying. ~~~ Listen to a sampler of Sioux Fall’s brand spankin’ new album Rot Forever and subject yourself to my uncollected ramblings about the album. Also featuring a preview of Dowager’s upcoming EP.
Happy Valentines to all I have loved and have yet to love. Featuring classics from the 50s and 60s all the way up thru the Twilight era. Finally, Beach Boys and Bright Eyes meet in the same playlist! Hallelujah, anyone? Episode 30; Original Air Date: 2-11-16
Don’t look for love in faces, places. It’s in you, that’s where you’ll find… -Ray LaMontagne Episode 27; Original Air Date: 1-14-16
Let this list of tunes whisk you away to a land of rain riddled daydreams. Episode 26; Original Air Date: 1-7-16
Hailing from Long Beach, CA folk duo Bearcoon perform an acoustic set in the KPSU studio. If you combine Janis Joplin, Indigo Girls, and some funky indie-folk music you might get something that sounds kinda like Bearcoon.