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All The Way From Birmingham Alabama Brandon Morayo Brings His Beautiful And Unique Drawings To Portland! Listen To Us Discussing His Hometown, Living Here In Portland, And His Inspirations With Being An Artist And Designer!

http://s3.amazonaws.com/archive-complete/1522447201.mp3 “There’s more to your life than under ground rap” -MURS Very true….. for me too. All talking podcast experiment. 1.Intro 2. Life 3. Universe 4. Bacteria 5. Musica 6. Sports 7.Travel 8.Culture 9.Food/Drink 10.Exercise 11.Geography 12. Urbanism 13. Natural 14.Transportation 15.Science 16. Spirituality 17.Art 18.Controversey No fact checking, off the top of the dome […]

Wow, after hearing all of the stories gathered from many different attendees, I hope I can do this festival justice. Unfortunately due to a family emergency and a conflicting work schedule, I wasn’t able to attend the festival but after speaking with many attendees from the Portland, Oregon Area and reviewing the pictures, maps, and […]

Keith Moon was infamously uncontrollable in more ways than one. Apparently it was humanly impossible for him to simply play a consistent beat without adding fills and triplets throughout. His playing style was idiosyncratic and bombastic, but he had innate ability, so I guess if you’ve got it, flaunt it. And Keith, in the immortal […]

The music of Magma is evocative of an extraterrestrial collective intelligence’s algorithm for summoning the ghost of John Coltrane. J Church, a band named for a beloved light rail line, lamented the turnover of endless cycles of urban and cultural decay, appropriation, exploitation, and inevitable gentrified banality. The historical context was the post Dot Bomb 1.0 era, […]

What a great hour. I have to say this has been one of the most knowledgable interviews I have had in awhile when it comes to the history of music. Takimba came in to KPSU the other night to talk about his art, projects, and his roots as a DJ and Artist. Takimba has been […]

Last night, I had the chance to preview a local event in Portland, called the Embrace Festival. It is held at the Portland Art Museum, First Congregational United Church of Christ, Portland, and Elliot Center.  This is a 3-day event full of many different things: ~Presentations by over 30 leaders, teachers, authors, theologians, activists, and artists ~Ceremony […]

The first lineup announcement came out for What The Festival and let me tell you… It’s astounding. Every year this Music Festival brings an amazing lineup to the audience ranging in all types of genres of music! They have had big names in WTF 2016 like Mr. Carmack, Bonobo, Lido, Hermitude and this year they […]

Harrison of Turtlenecked came down to the hallowed halls of KPSU (NOT wearing a turtleneck) for our latest KPSU: Unplugged Session. In addition to a tearjerker of an acoustic set, we also debate whether or Harry Potter is for nerds, the ongoing investigation into 311, ethical consumerism of candy, Jill Stein, skateboarding every day, gave away […]

Hello my loves! After serving as Volunteer Director and DJ for the past year and a half, it’s finally time to graduate. It’s been an amazing run. Here I reflect on my journey and share a couple original songs. Much love to you all… Believe in yourself and believe in your dreams! And please stay connected! <3 P.S. […]