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 […]
The House of Sarcasm #10 – Live In-Studio with The Reverberations! Nuggets Night Special! Local Rock from Portland, OR. Today we had a LIVE performance in the KPSU Studio with the Reverberations, featuring PSU’s own statistics professor, Dr. Bob Fountain, on keyboards. I also interviewed the band about Nuggets Night. This groovy fundraiser features a ton […]
DON’T LET THE TITLE FOOL YOU. While sarcasm is abundant in the KPSU studio, mediocre music is NOT. Welcome back to Left of the Dial, where we take you from the golden age of vinyl and beyond. I’m your host Chris-R, playing deep cuts from artists we all know and love, and some extra goodies […]
Deva Premal of Deva Premal & Miten and Manose joined Learning to Grow with DJ Mkulima (The Farmer) this week leading up to their show here in Portland presented by Beloved Sacred Music and Arts Festival. You can catch Deva Preval & Miten with Manose this Wednesday May 16th at First Congregational United Church of Christ […]
a mix of indie/alternative songs, some more sad than others. featuring kaylee aka KAK as my co-host.
http://s3.amazonaws.com/archive-complete/1525917601.mp3 Blendin up songs that crossed me genre time blending madness. Yeah that was fun. *Jim Morrison of the Doors and probably several others on past shows were raised in military families. This caused them to move frequently so for simplicity I put where they are from where the group started.
May 9th, 2018 On hour one of episode 27, I played a good chunk of music early on. Shaydo joins me about 40 minutes in as guest co-host. Our featured guest, Portland hip hop legend Madgesdiq joins us around 55 after and stays for the entire second hour of the show.