Proof Upon These Cuts is episode 9 of season 2 of the Shower Hour produced by DJ Niko The link for tonights show is below: http://s3.amazonaws.com/archive-complete/1480917601.mp3
Rambush and Krista Michaela venture into the KPSU Studio to play an acoustic set before their album release show at Turn Turn Turn TONIGHT (Nov. 17th). Join us as we talk about the emotional resonance of the tambourine man, soundsnap dot com, watermarked freedom, and more. ~WARNING: Minor expletives were uttered during this radio show. […]
Smells like the Northwest , Well that makes two weeks in a row, that my method of procuring financial resources with which to continue on in this materialist fiasco; that we like to confuse with life, two weeks in row that that endeavor has interrupted my little podcast/radio show thing.Smells like the Northwest So in order to […]
(About Kanye West): “I think he’s great I think he’s the best.” This week’s episode featured music by local Portland artists Blowout, Cool American, and Hazel.
The Magic Lantern shines in all its prismatic glory this week. Love is all around, indeed. From the hardcore punk perspective, the New Romantic movement is the beginning of the end. Some see beauty in sad poetry; perhaps you do, too. Dr. Yo’s Magic Lantern is not for everyone. Discontinue use and consult your doctor […]
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
My buddy DJ Skattebowie crash landed at the station today to imbibe us with some of his badass tunes! Everything from Josephine Baker to vintage Vietnamese rock and soul, 80s grunge, and a nod to David Bowie (RIP). Episode 28; Original Air Date: 1-21-16
Hey! Look at this it’s another post from the past for the utterly amazing radio show/podcast Box of Chocolates. This show is one of my rotating concepts titled rather simply and straight-forward as PRODUCERS. This show originally aired on November 17, 2015, as the term was collapsing upon itself and heading into the dreaded (or […]
It’s okay to be emotional. You don’t have to say you’re sorry.
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.