dream pop

Fine Animal Portland local elctro synth shoegaze indie duo joined Learning to Grow with DJ Mkulima (The Farmer) last night in anticipation for the up and coming What The Festival 2017! Download or stream the Podcast here at KPSU, Soundcloud, or Mixcloud!   We had a chance to sit down and discuss their roots and exactly […]

Yeasayer FFO: M83, Animal Collective, Local Natives The word “Alternative” has been used to place bands inside a specific genre but Yeasayer have fully embraced its actual meaning with their shape-shifting sound. The Brooklyn three-piece merge psych rock, dance pop, and African and Middle-Eastern fusion to create a unique blend of music that separates themselves […]

Photo Credit: Crystal Joy Kim, John and Tammy of The Stargazer Lilies came down to the studio to play some of their favorite tracks, to discuss their new album and to perform a magical acoustic set.

Today’s very special episode focuses on the acute phenomena of being both tired and extremely sleazy. Lots of woozy tunes to tide you over on this most auspicious day of mothers. Fun facts learned today: the demonym for those hailing from Niger–such as Mamman Sani–is either Nerien or Nigerois, for any etymological nerds tuning in. […]

Tonight on Learning to Grow with DJ Mkulima we are having a KPSU presents preview show. Local Elctro-dream pop artists TheWaveCollector, Small Skies and LEO ISLO will be playing the first installment of the new monthly KPSU Presents series at Kelly’s Olympian. Download or stream the Podcast here at KPSU, Mixcloud, or Soundcloud! Tonight we […]

Imagine your favorite dream pop act from the Orchid Tapes circle collaborating with an up-and-coming indie pop act on a remix. That sounds like… a dream, yeah? Well, it’s not. You’re fully awake and I’m here to tell you that this is R-E-A-L-I-T-Y. Reigning from Chicago, Tiny Fireflies is an electronic act whose enchanting sound is the combination of […]

  Spencer Uhrig joins Cascadian Radio to talk about counseling your counselor, gettin’ forked, not listening to therapists, and dying.

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