Author: Rachelle

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Colin Ranney performs an acoustic/unplugged version of his solo project and discusses his music. Colin’s lyrics may be standard blues fare but his intricate guitar playing is any but standard. Wonderful fusion of rock, indie, folk, and of course blues; definitely worth a listen. Colin Ranney and Friends album is now available at To […]

PSU Food Pantry Coordinator Liddy Champion and Volunteer Tabi Alajmi discuss the food resources on campus. Discussion includes: rising cost of education affects on food insecurity, stigmas and myths attached to it, association with Oregon Food Bank, Potluck in the Park, Green Roots, PSU Food Security Capstone, goals of the pantry, ways to support the […]

A Portland singer/songwriter by way of Alaska, Ian Uponen (of High Five Danger) shares his solo acoustic work and nerds out on music with DJ Rachelle. Click on “Ian Uponen acoustic set” below to download:

Sarah Vitort performed a beautiful live set of her acoustic music, accompanied by Colin Johnson on the guitar. Somewhere between Americana, folk, country, pop and singer/songwriter styles with touch of the indescribable her music affects the emotional center of all who listen, in a great way. Insightful interview follows the musical performance. Sarah gets into […]

Touring bands Blue Eyed Lucy and Wallburds, both from California, performed live in the KPSU studio.

Seattle band The Adarna perform

Acoustic Resonance performs. Beautiful acoustic/folk/soul/fingerpicking music.

Stephanie Scelza band newly dubbed “The Shelter” perform in-studio.

LA folk/gypsy-rock band Evangenitals perform. Full album available at   Podcast here:  

Dark Bit moody, little experimental, lots of indie rocking goodness to be had. Bike Thief performance in the KPSU studio was lots of fun!

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