Episode 65 features tracks from King Khan & The BBQ Show, The Shivas, The Smiths, and many more! Tune in as we discuss hygiene, Johnny Mar, sick Saquatch, and much more. Thanks to DjGarf and DjFokis for stopping by the studio to shoot the breeze. Mars Melted is student powered rock ‘n roll radio, broadcasting […]
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Turn on, Tune in, Space out. Episode 64 of Mars Melted features tracks from Jorge Ben Jor, Mazhar Ve Fust, The Royal Coachmen, and many more! Mars Melted is student powered rock n’ roll radio, broadcasting live from the basement of Smith Memorial Student Union every Thursday at 7pm (pst).
The latest word from our studio is that the world is insane at the moment. The hegemony of In God We Trust, Inc. seems a welcome alternative history when confronted with a reality too disturbing to contemplate. And so we find solace in the warm embrace of illusion. A terrifying hallucination can help to take our minds off of […]
Episode 63 is here! Dance your socks dry to some grooves from The Animals, Aan, William Onyeabor and many more! Mars Melted is student powered rock n’ roll broadcasting live from the basement of Smith Memorial Student Union every Thursday at 7pm (pst).
Find all your tricks and treats right here on Mars Melted! Episode 62 features spooky grooves from the likes of Screamin’ Jay Hawkins, Sam the Sham & The Pharaohs, Bauhuas, and many more! Mars Melted is student powered rock n’ roll radio, broadcasting live from the basement of Smith Memorial Union every Thursday at 7pm […]
In this week’s episode of Dr. Yo’s Magic Lantern, the last electrician laments the passing of his way of life. Planned obsolescence is hyper-impermanence driven by the scheming of so-called “rational agents”; it’s a Black Mirror script waiting to be written. Meanwhile, multiple sources confirm that all buildings not only have character, but they are characters. Moving […]
With the help of rainymood I get to play some tunes reflecting the chilly evening. I’ve got quite a few new tunes to play with Vadou Game, Porter Robinson, VHS Collection, Saint Raymond, Hot Chip and more. I also give some advice for you cyclists out there about what to do when the worse happens. […]
Returning to the KPSU booth after a work-induced hiatus, Dr. Yo presents to you: The Spooky Set. It’s a seasonal excursion into the macabre, a meditation upon impermanence. Fictional tragedies and supernatural tales entertain, but pale by comparison to the horror induced by accurate historical descriptions. I resisted the temptation to simply play the soundtrack to Stranger Things and walk away, if only because […]
The New new Deux Do say what, sorry come again, oh I see sometimes I DO have problems making sense. Life, all by itself does have a habit of being a bit unpredictable. This is even in the lives of people who love monotonous existences of little to no purposed variation. Even they; and it should […]