Hey little cherries! Talked about spontaneously seeing groovy bands playing in the park blocks, played WE fest (SD) headliners Bad Kids and The Rinds. Had a little “Franky Flower Time”, followed by a riot grrl set and some fave Australian garage bands. Then finished up with some calming orchestral Spirited Away.
Jiggery Pockery – tunes from Morris Dancing , old British Traditional fun Politic: what has the President been lying about this week? Canadian folk music – in case the guy gets elected for a second term, we may all want to ‘go north’
janet says: if April was poetry month what is May? cody: lately I finally feel like I’ve found good things and I don’t want to leave them behind. Things go so fast and I want to take the time to appreciate the space in between. There are so many good things. I shouldn’t […]
Well this has been a good group session. we talked about height and how being a shorter person has both positives and negatives. Also if anyone knows what the inside of the belly button is connected to hit me up. Along with this we had some pretty nice Korean hip hop/ R&B in the mix […]
Over 50,000 “Swifties” filled Seattle’s CenturyLink Field. Attendees traveled from all over Washington, Oregon, Canada, and even other nearby states, to witness the visual spectacle that is Taylor Swift’s 2018 Reputation Tour. Attendees were no casual fans either, as many recreated past outfits by Swift and made homemade car costumes in reference to one of […]
Every couple months, my KPSU radio show Six Degrees of Rockination has a theme. In May 2018, that theme was “Covers.” Every song was originally done by a different artist. What songs did I play? Royal Blood – “Roxanne” Originally done by the Police, this song gets rocked up by the bass-and-drum duo from England. […]
On this weeks episode, I have Stephen Marotta on the show to talk about music, raising children, LGBTQ stuff and the environment. click this link for the last few minutes of the show: Here
I like to listen to sad music when I’m sad. Hi, I’m your host. It’s comforting. Like how you sometimes watch sad movies when you’re feeling down. It’s a form of consolation. Embracing the sweet pathos of these songs, I face my demons — sitting still listening, to the lyrics, the sorrowful voices in my […]