Repetition is a form of change, according to the Oblique Strategies. This show changes a lot, then. Had to phone it in due to external factors, almost didn’t do the show this week. What’s more, it was a comedy of errors. What you hear in this podcast is actually a Frankenstein’s monster edit in which […]
I’m joined by KPSU’s own Serg Lopez (of ZigZag Vinyl) as we select some of our favorite gloomy day records.
Embrace what some call the darkness. Dark harmony, man in the dark sedan, dark life. But this is actually the penumbra, the twilight zone. Total darkness isn’t that interesting unless you’re in a tactile dome. Dr. Yo’s Magic Lantern is not for everyone. Discontinue use and consult your doctor or witch doctor if you experience fatigue, nausea, or ennui.
Today’s selections are altogether ooky campfire scream-alongs, filled with tales of haunted houses, conventionally un-handsome sideshow outsiders, and making shadow puppets to amuse yr friends. Listen to the warmth and crackle of the vinyl, and you may just think you’re fireside. Submitted for the approval of the MIDNIGHT SOCIETY…………………………….the tale of “the creepy campout”
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.
Spring doesn’t officially start for three weeks, but tell that to the beautiful blooming trees that line my street. Radiowise, podcast-wise, it’s moderately dark and wacky in the sub-basement of Portland State. Let’s have a laugh and squiggle around in our seats while we type stuff at one another. This is part one of a special two-part episode, […]
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.
This is how I make Elissa listen to music.
Sup with it, This week on Mood Swings I bring you one of my favorite albums of all time. “Plastic Beach” (2010) was Gorillaz’ follow up to their critically acclaimed album “Demon Days”. If Demon Days was a representation of progressive Rock & Roll, then Plastic Beach is a representation of progressive hip hop and […]
Shoegaze and other chilled out tunes for the rainy winter weather rolling into Portland this week. Jamming a couple classics with some covers, and some modern stuff.