Top 10 KPSU Shows of February 2017

Written by Joe on March 5, 2017

KPSU is proud to be Portland’s freeform college radio station with a diverse range of shows to either tune in live or stream later. Here are KPSU’s Top 10 Shows of February 2017 compiled by total audience (page hits, download/stream count, and third party streaming):

1 // Nico At Night: Phuture Collective Interview & Podcast  – Feb 10

The other night, KPSU had the chance to bring in the founder of a great collective and movement called Phuture Collective. Michael Cullen has been running this for some time now and gathering tons of great artists to the collective, not only to release music but to help one another.

2 // Learning to Grow: A Night of Astral Travels with Joaqopelli – Feb 3

Joaqopelli (Joaquin Montoya), traditional double-flute player and music composer, joined Learning to Grow with DJ Mkulima (The Farmer) last night for two KPSU exclusive sets and some very special stories about his travels on this world and the astral planes.

3 // Salmon For Dinner: LAS MADRES Y LOS PADRES – Feb 1

We just really love to play music our parents can get down to. Hope everyone else can get down too 🙂

4 // Cascadio: In-Studio & Interview w/ Slow Hollows – Feb 10

L.A. sweethearts Slow Hollows stopped by the KPSU studio to play an acoustic in-studio performance, talk about mummies, 30 poops in 30 days, gunpowder, and much more.

5 // All the Singles, Ladies: An Interview with MUNA – Feb 10

MUNA called in to KPSU for an interview before their show at Portland’s Doug Fir Lounge while on tour for their first headlining tour for their debut album: about u. Check out tour dates and ticket options here.

6 // Beyond Footnotes: Eliza Canty-Jones | Community Engagement – Feb 19

Did you ever wonder what historians can do outside of academia? Well, here is one fine example. In this episode, PSU alumna Eliza Canty-Jones discusses community engagement and how she works to give a voice to the diverse histories of Oregonians as the Director of Community Engagement at the Oregon Historical Society and the Editor of the Oregon Historical Quarterly.

7 // The Guitar Shop: Blue Cheer Tal Wilkenfeld John Wetton – Feb 1

Hour One:     Blue Cheer, Black Sabbath, Mike Pachelli, Mogul Thrash (John Wetton)

8 // Mars Melted: Endless Swells – Feb 3

Episode 71 features tracks from Curumin, Dead Meadow, Soft Hair and many more! Mars Melted is rock n’ roll radio, broadcasting live every Thursday at 7pm(pst) only at

9 // Six Degrees of Rockination: Podcast – Feb 4

10 // Shades of Green: Self Care with SOG Squad and SHAC – Feb 3

This week DJ Anky and SOG Squad interviewed Chelsea from the SHAC to share some self care strategies for students to overcome this midterm season. Tune in for the full episode.





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