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Tiger Cub Radio Bub blasts off to new lunar spheres of musical fun. The Pixies, Hop Along, Shannon and the Clams and a whole lotta MORE!    

Life comes at you fast, so it can be hard to craft a DJ set at midnight the night before you have you KPSU timeslot at 9 am. Looking through my music collection I was wanting to find an album to play in it’s entirety like I had done a couple weeks ago with Tim […]

Better  (Episode originally streamed 7 AM Monday January 30, 2017) This first hour features the big rant of the day. Which if I remember correctly spilled over slightly into hour 2, but I can’t quite remember accurately. Or to be more exact, I can’t quite trust my memory to function with an exactness that is […]

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 http://kpsu.pathoslitmag.com/current_wp/.

death is real

  This week’s show is cold outside and warm inside, just like all of us this time of year. Beloved British folk, snowy pop reflections, and chilly modernity comprise our thematic triptych. Very few deep cuts or crackly 45s this week; just some pretty tunes to close your eyes to.

  Turn off your mind, relax, and float down stream. Trip out on a new year here on Mars Melted! Episode 68 features tracks from The Doors, Nancy Sinatra, The Limiñanas and many more! Mars Melted is student powered rock n’ roll radio, broadcasting live from the basement of Smith Memorial Student Union every Thursday […]

A sparkly shiny Tiger Cub Radio Bub for the dark dark winter of 16. They Might Be Giants, Hop Along, Hapless Wanderer Leonard Cohen, and more…

For a special pre-Vote for Dancing add-on episode of Learning to Grow with DJ Mkulima (The Farmer) we featured Ayla Nereo, cinematic folk ballad musician and composer, before she plays for the Sunday Vote for Dancing – Beloved Community Renewal Event! Download or stream the Podcast here at KPSU, Soundcloud or Mixcloud! If Life is […]

This week on The Road to Nowhere, everything goes! A female-fronted showcase of crisp folk, rock, and electric 80’s kookiness, plus special appearances by three sets of sisters and a genderless sponge. No show next Sunday because of XXXmas, so to compensate, this one’s twice as good!


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