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I had a phenomenal time sitting down with the beautiful and very talented neo-soul artist Miss Versie Jean! This Portland native has been killin’ it around the town showing off her melodic and beautiful voice. Check out this interview of her discussing how she got started with singing, artists in the music industry who has […]
DJ Myrie joins me in the studio as we discuss topic of the day, celebrity gossip, sports update from the PSU men & women’s Vikings basketball, NBA score recap, and playing DJ Myrie’s mix of today’s hip-hop & RnB.
A selection of music that makes me think of fall drives, falling leaves, and fall colors. Hopefully you’ll get the same feelings I do while listening to these songs.
Portland’s own Yung Mil joins me in the studio today sharing his new music and represents what Portland hip hop is all about!
London born synth/electronic pioneer Gary Numan performed on October 3rd at the Roseland Theater. As a KPSU DJ, I was able to snag a ticket to see this Synth-pop/New Wave legend live! The opening act was the powerful female-fronted three-piece: Nightmare Air who’s smokey back-lit performance featured heavy drums (Jimmy Lucido), atmospheric guitar riffs, and the […]
the perfect playlist for summer driving or ya know, just summer in general.
J-Looch-da-Gooch in studio getting down. Pure DOPENESS.
“Sex is about play. It’s fun. I mean, it’s a gross, bizarre thing. It’s natural, sure–but let’s be real. It’s weird. Weird stuff.” Holy Lung Radio welcomes special guest Emma Sturm, a researcher of sexual health & psychology and indie porn designer. Listen as we take caller’s questions, share personal stories, and listen to some […]
This ain’t your daddy’s 80’s music show. Fad Gadget For all of the Talking Heads and Michael Jacksons, the Joy Divisions and Princes of the decade, the 1980’s contained a multitude of artists largely ignored by the classic rock DJs and “80’s nights” of the world. This week on Holy Lung Radio Hour we’re digging […]
The songs you may or may not have set as your Myspace songs in the early 2000’s. Throwing it back to your emo middle school phase.