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Jake William Capistran has an interesting story to tell. A local artist at the moment but originally stemming out of Boston, MA before living in Portland and forming his own gig with a band and other live instrumentation. Jake brought only his guitar and his voice for an acoustic set this time on KPSU but […]

With a cameo from Don Kirchner, a lick from “Smoke On The Water”, and a reference to newspaper classifieds, “The Marshall Plan” is a self-reflexive product of mid twentieth century postmodern decadence. That’s just as it should be. Eventually we will hear Radiohead cover versions in every possible rhythm, intensity, and texture. Meantime, white collar angst […]

Leo Dolan came into the KPSU studio the other day and sang a beautiful live acoustic set for all of you to hear. Featuring a lot of new tunes from his new album “Pedagogy”, Leo brings a very soulful voice into the realm of music. Even playing with a broken capo for half the set, […]

Wade through those April showers here on Mars Melted! Episode 77 of Mars Melted features tracks from Sugar Candy Mountain, Swim Mountain, Kikagaku Moyo, and many more!

  Episode 18 is all about the sea: being away from it, being next to it, and being under it. If you miss the ocean as much as I do, there’s something here for you. There’s wave and gull-laden exotica as well as breezy bossa, calypso, canzione, and pop – all with the lazy, lilting melancholy […]

  “in the same way that this country has been devoured by fascism, this radio program has been devoured by i, thee wxrd caligula. i am the musical police state, i am the highest authority. you will follow me or you will be destroyed. BOW DOWN><BEG FOR FORGIVENESS><TO LEAVE NOW ENSURES YOUR DEATH.” – THEEWXRDCALIGULA […]

Summon up some spring sourcery on Mars Melted! Episode 74 features tracks from The 13th Floor Elevators, Deerhunter, Connan Mockasin and many more! Mars Melted is rainy city rock n’ roll radio broadcasting live from the basement of Smith Memorial Student Union every Thursday at 7pm (pst).

I’d clean it for you if you want me to

Tiger Cub Radio Bub is back to enliven the brand new month of March with beautiful melodies and feisty rhythms. We hear Houndstooth, Hank Williams, Neil Young and MUCH MUCH MORE!  

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