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Erroneous Junk is a new show on KPSU. It’s a smooth blend of modern hip-hop, old jazz, and soul, brought to you each week by DJ RePete. Typical artist features include Flying Lotus, Kamasi Washington, and more. Check out this Episode from May 20th:

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BackyardMango will be giving away a pair of tickets to MusicFestNorthWest Thursday, May 7th at 11am. Tune in live on to win.

Good friends/amazing musicians, Echo Pearl Varsity(Sam, Nolan, and Ian) stop by into the studio and release their new EP, “Tragic Bronson”. Each track is played and discussed. Ian also tells us about his heart breaking season in the NBA. Check em out Live at The Waypost April 26th Facebook:

Cast your eyes, east and west, and perhaps north, too. Thinner air and patchy clouds, no need to spin the sounds that’ll tame the savage snake plant(but we are heading to the valley soon, though). As I am flying back, I realized what small layering could do. Thursday night, spent in the desert, house music […]

Using “Stretching Songs for Spring” as a continuos backdrop, this mix fades in and out from ambient realms, to plant-blossoming sounds, to low EQ psychedelic drum solo’s your grandma will love. Nothing like Mangoes in the Spring time! Stretch it out!  

Pond is best described as Perth’s (Australia) super group. The group consists 2 of the 4 members of Tame Impala: Jay Watson (Drums/Keyboards), Nick Allbrook (original bass player), and now Cam Avery (Allbrook’s replacement for bass). When it’s offseason for them, and Tame Impala is not touring/Kevin Parker is writing more tunes, these group of […]

On Monday, May 12, Mississippi Studios will host one of Netherlands’ young and rising acts: Jacco Gardner. With Syd Barrett’s fundamentals of psychedelia and innovation, Jacco pushes further with baroque-pop orchestration that includes harpsichords, flutes, and strings that give the music a rich, enchanting, fairytale feel. Jacco has one full record out, entitled “Cabinet of […]

With the FIFA World Cup just around the corner, this Two-Part series will cover a wide selection of Brazilian political protest songs that range from samba, tropicana, hip-hop, and psychedelia. Current PSU Professor, Charles Klein, who has conducted field work in Brazil, will co-host, as we’ll also discuss the inner problems Brazil and its citizens […]

Where does one start when attempting to describe R. Stevie Moore? His persona, his humor, his aesthetic, can all easily be labeled as “weird”, but that’s just a lazy generalization. There’s nothing R. Stevie Moore hasn’t tried. He has been recording from his Tennessee bedroom since the late 60’s, and has an endless catalogue of […]

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