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The band Naked Luck performs in the KPSU studio

Some new additions to my collection along with some old favorites. Jams range from rainy day blues to cabin fever freakouts and the mix proceeds in that order.

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

I’ve pulled out a handful of my “winter records” to create mix of songs to suit this dreary weather. Sorry they’re mostly all by dudes. A misplaced 45 adapter kept me from digging into the 7 inches I brought to the station. Enjoy anyhow.

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

I try and stay positive but every once in awhile I just need to be sad. So, that’s what this show is about! I’ve got songs that I personally connect to with some sad event or I feel the song on it’s own can make that smile turn upside down. Not going to lie, this […]

Zach Birdwell is back trading off records with me. Lots of weird, groovy tunes and obviously more Eden Ahbez. If you dig this, then you’ll probably also enjoy our podcast Cold Discovery.

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.  

In this episode we got news about Portland (Timbers) and some tunes to go along with it! Bringing you some new remixes of Undertale and some oldies but goodies in Suzanne Vega. Hope you enjoy!


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