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In this series, we look back on the last five years of College Collage and play tracks from albums and artists that we’d sort of forgotten about, despite the quality of the music. Part 4 covers some of those artists from D-F.

In this series, we look back on the last five years of College Collage and play tracks from albums and artists that we’d sort of forgotten about, despite the quality of the music. Part 3 covers some of those artists from C-D.

In this series, we look back on the last five years of College Collage and play tracks from albums and artists that we’d sort of forgotten about, despite the quality of the music. Part 2 covers some of those artists from B-C.

In this series, we look back on the last five years of College Collage and play tracks from albums and artists that we’d sort of forgotten about, despite the quality of the music. Part 1 covers some of those artists from A-B.

I’ve pulled out a handful of my “winter records” to create mix of songs to suit this dreary weather. Sorry they’re mostly all by dudes. A misplaced 45 adapter kept me from digging into the 7 inches I brought to the station. Enjoy anyhow.

Haunting folk gems, gloomy pop lullabies and slow burning soul. Lots of stuff in between, naturally. There were some weird ground issues with the KPSU turntables, so apologies in advance.

This is how I make Elissa listen to music.

photo: Ethan Converse “If people want to see pictures of us swimming and hanging out in hot tubs, they can follow our hashtag #swimacrosstheworld on Instagram… Our long term goal is to transition out of music and into a pool-centered travel blog.” – Ethan Converse, KPSU Q&A with Rose Quartz In the spring of 2015, Maureen Ochs […]

An end of the year vinyl mix consisting of songs to help you wind down and kick back. Static + Distance will return in January.

A continuous vinyl mix of indie pop, afrobeat, psychedelic and more. This one is scattered stylistically speaking, but surprisingly coherent.


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