Author: KPSU

Sept 6th Doug Fir Bands for Beans//Geno Micheals & Soulcity//Norman Sylvester $20 Sept 6th Gemini Lounge When We Met//Echo Pearl Varsity//DJ Adapter FREE Sept 6th Brekkens NoPo fest: 12 bands total. Nasal Rod, Manx and Pushy close out the night. FREE Sept 7th Doug Fir Pickin Sundays: St. Even and Barry Brusseau FREE Sep 8th […]

Aug 25th Kelly’s Olympian – Open mic night. Sign ups at 7:30pm Show at 8pm. Free Aug 26th Kelly’s Olympian – Killer DJ sets by DJ Dovin, DJ Motherwell and DJ Blaxe. Free Doors at 9pm. Aug 26th Bunk Bar – Album release for Pocketknive with Wishyunu $7 Doors at 9pm Aug 26th Goodfoot – […]

Abstract Earth Project presents the UK-based beat-maker from The XX, Jamie xx (Jamie Smith). Besides being known as ‘the drummer from The XX’, he is a remix artist, a producer, and occasionally a radio DJ. Although he began his musical career playing the drums, he turned to the ‘80s Media Production Centre for programming his […]

Four Tet (Kieran Hebden) is known for his dense electronica, injected with a strong vein of jungle beats and lively rhythms. The London-based producer collects music, more specifically samples which he incorporates to his sets in a form of little snippets of carefully curated melody with sample-heavy house that occasionally veers into proper techno territory. […]

Bok Bok and L-VIS 1990 will play at Rotture this Saturday, July 5th. The gig takes part of a larger world tour for Night Slugs. Co-founder Alex Sushon (Bok Bok) will be joined by his labelmate James Connelly (L-VIS 1990) for a performance that is expected to fuse house music and grime into a separate […]

Jenny Hval and Mark McGuire Saturday, April 12 at 9:00pm at Bunk Bar Jenny Hval “Something happens when you say ‘I’ in a song, that can’t happen in a book,” declares Jenny Hval, who’s known in her native Norway both as a musician, as a published novelist, and media commentator. Her songs, featuring frequently explicit […]


October 12, 2012

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Those of you who listened to Faculty Fridays this afternoon, this is the chart Tara and I were talking about: Click to access DOSL_Org_Chart_2012-13.pdf

After 2009’s Merriweather Post Paviliion, Baltimore Freak Folk act Animal Collective found unprecedented mainstream attention focused on their experimental sounds. Post Pavillion was easily the most accessible and critically acclaimed AC album to date, and left them with a new slew of fans eagerly awaiting new material. For long-time fans of AC, however, MPP was […]

Twins Jenni and Amanda Price have broken away from being back up singers for great bands such as Keegan Smith, Marv Ellis, and Pilar French to create their own unique sound. The release of “Electric Sol” encapsulates their decades long progress as musicians. Soul, electronica, heavy rock, and so many other genres of music are […]

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