Session 19: Zig Zag + Distance

Join us as we discuss the social & political happenings of the ’70s and how they became a catalyst for one of the most musically adventurous decades.

A live-vinyl curated mix with commentary by Serg (Backyardmango) & Pete (RePete) that dives deep into the late, unpopular discography of The Beach Boys (1967-1977).

1.Delfeayo’s Delima by Wynton Marsalis 2.Just the Yellow Bits by Teebs 3.He Would Have Laughed by Deerhunter 4.Message from Home by Broadcast 5.Let Down by Radiohead 6.What difference Does It Make? by The Smiths 7.Welcome Tomorrow by Love And Rockets 8.Metal Guru by T-Rex 9.Electric Feel (Justice Remix) by MGMT 10.Kometenmelodie 1 by Kraftwerk 11.Brain Eno by MGMT 12.Preciso Urgentemente Encotrar Um Amigo by Os Mutantes 13.My Ma by Girs

4/20 – the day everyone gets über stoned, especially now that pot is 100% legal in Portland. But don’t stay home for the Holidaze because Doug Fir is hosting a pair of explosive female-fronted Electro-pop groups this Wednesday night. Hailing from Los Angeles, drummer/multi-instrumentalist Louis Cole & vocalist Genevieve Artadi make up the band KNOWER. […]

DJ RePete hosts a ticket giveaway for Bilal at Star Theater with lead trumpet player in TopHat Noah Simpson. Then DJ BackyardMango spins a classic mix of 70’s grooves.

“Wake up world ‘cause we about to bring you some more of it. A shining star, here to break you off a bar. And my name is, Bilal; Beloved, Intelligent, Lustful and Livin’ It.” Bilal wastes no time introducing himself in a laid back, beatnik, Lord Buckley-esque fashion on his debut album, 1st Born Second. […]

Dedicated to the first week of warm air.   1. Dealer/ Spanish Rose By Santana 2.Deja Vu by Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young 3.Crystal by Fleetwood Mac 4.Old Man + the Sea by Chad VanGaalen 5.City of Electric Light by Chad VanGaalen 6.Love Potion No. 9 by The Searchers 7.He Is Your Brother by ABBA 8.One on One by Hall & Oates 9.Yes I’m Changing by Tame Impala 10.Backwoods Altar by Tobacco […]

Travel through time and space as we start things off funky, get serious with some crooning singers & synths, pop out in the late 60’s and end with a garnish of piano trio. Staying true to our namesake, this episode of ZigZag Vinyl covers a lot of ground.

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