Author: Joshua Justice
Another themeless musical journey beginning with the enigmatic Sixto Rodriguez and ending with French pop icon Françoise Hardy with a hefty bit of folk and psychedelic sprinkled throughout. Photo: The prodigious Chris Darrow. Click here to stream
This week, no theme, but rather a series of songs that link together as the mix moves along. Songs about the past, the unchangeable and perspective. Photo: Théodore Géricault’s The Raft Of The Medusa. Click here to stream
Dan Bejar is a musician who is constantly reinventing himself. The same Bejar who wrote the rambling folk number “I Want This Cyclops” also put out the jazzy soft rock opus “Suicide Demo For Kara Walker.” While the artist had sprinkled saxophone throughout earlier albums (“War On Jazz” almost 2 decades earlier, for example), 2011’s […]
Songs with a mystery. UFO abductions, murderous recordings, uncredited artists and more. Check out the video for iamamiwhoami’s “N” and the terrifying concert she put on.
These hot summer days are doing a number on all of us. How about something to relax to while climate change rapidly destroys what were once beautiful Portland summers? Here’s a continuous mix of songs for chilling. Photo Credit: This GoPro. Click here to stream.
The Domestics stopped by KPSU to chat, play some of their favorite jams and perform a few of their own. You can check out a complete review of their latest album and stream it at StaticDistance.com.
The title actually tells you what to expect this time around. Here are my picks for the best tracks of 2015. I had to narrow it down to fit my time slot, so there are a few omissions (notably Animal Eyes’ “Mushroom Hunter”). Here’s hoping the second half of the year is just as radical.
A mix that I put together back in June of 2014. My selections for “best of the first half of 2014.” All of these albums are still worthy of your attention.
Jams of the summer variety. Everything from locals The Domestics to kiwi rock legend Chris Knox.
Zach’s back with me this week and he’s got some gems. We stuck to folk and country this time around and brought you some down home, summer night pluckin’.