Gary Furlow performs classic 50’s style folk music blended with some New Orleans flavor and Portland’s brand of modern indie-folk music. Fun, sensitive, sweet, silly, and upbeat Gary Furlow’s music matches his personality. Download the podcast to enjoy his conversation and music.
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.
The band PASS brought great 90s style alt/grunge with a bit of modern indie rock in there too. Get your angst filled headband fix with these guys. Flannel shirt optional. This is Portland not Seattle after all. Bonus points for the cinder block weighted kick drum though.
Post-punk rockers Walking Stalking Robots perform live in the KPSU studio. Bringing a blend of surf, punk, and old fashioned rock’n’roll their music is danceable and angsty. Very chill fun guys to hang out with the interview showcases their silly likeable personalities and love of music. Click the link below the arrow to download
Somewhere between Led Zeppelin and Black Sabbath with a dash of indie and soul music to balance things out. Introspective lyrics with head banging fun. The Lovely Lost are a treat for your ears. The Lovely Lost perform live in the KPSU studio. Click below to download
R&B/Soul singer Blossom performs on Live Friday with Neil VonTally on beats.
Wonderful in-studio performance by Pat Kearns, of Blue Skies for Black Hearts fame. In depth yet casual conversation about music, changes in Portland, relationships, traveling, etc. in between songs. Only wish the really deep conversations prior to going on air were recorded. Acoustic indie-pop music with well written personal lyrics. Click “Pat Kearns on Live […]
San Francisco band Rin Tin Tiger performs live in the KPSU studio. Upbeat fun danceable folk music followed by an interview with DJ Rachelle on Live Friday. Click here to download the podcast
Cat Hoch accompanied by Eric Sabatino performs a stripped down set of her solo project. Poop jokes, serious music discussions, and ethereal groovy indie rock is performed.
Colin Ranney performs an acoustic/unplugged version of his solo project and discusses his music. Colin’s lyrics may be standard blues fare but his intricate guitar playing is any but standard. Wonderful fusion of rock, indie, folk, and of course blues; definitely worth a listen. Colin Ranney and Friends album is now available at www.colinranneymusic.com To […]