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Still no shows to tell you about, but there is time to catch up with some old favorites. Join me as I check in with EMA, Stef Chura, Arrows of Love, Fugazi, and others.
Join Real Soon in Rose City for another quarnatine-enforced genratic journey as we hear from the one and only Meanwhile, Back in Communist Russia (which was actually a rejected name for this very show) before taking a detour through early 2010s London indie-rock.
This Friday creative agency STCK Design and variety show Brain Bang team up to present Virtual Show for Good at 5pm. Brain Bang have a history of running monthly variety shows that provide ‘entertainment with a purpose’: raising money for a different good cause through their show each month. In this challenging time for live […]
Real Soon in Rose City is back and braodcasting from my new bedroom with this special lost playlist and some exciting announcements. Once again we’re starting Friday morning with post-rock, followed by a few other genres….
This weekend, the Pacific Northwest’s annual festival of bluegrass, indie, funk, jam roack and more is back – in safe, socially distanced manner. The eighteen year-old festival, which usually takes place in North Plains, OR, will offer three nights eclectic live streamed shows mixing archived sets from previous years as well as new and live […]
Olivia Awbrey’s latest album Dishonorable Harvest is a collection of electric protests songs, mixing indie-rock and singer-songwriter sounds, and combining the biting analysis of Billy Bragg with the lyrical dexterity of Courtney Barnett. Each tune is instantly catchy, but a closer examination of the lyrics reveals commentaries on surveillance, global warming, gentrification, and other issues
Review of the debut album Further Away by local favorites Cry Babe
After a little technical hiccup at the start, today’s show went on a journey through post-rock, psych, indie, and a little blues.