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Join Real Soon in Rose City for another quarnatine-enforced genratic journey as we hear from the one and only Meanwhile, Back in Communist Russia (which was actually a rejected name for this very show) before taking a detour through early 2010s London indie-rock.

Yet another journey through the genres as this week Real Soon in Rose City attempts to coin the genratic term ‘post-indie’. Listen to some old Broken Social Scene with me and see what you think…

Real Soon in Rose City is back and braodcasting from my new bedroom with this special lost playlist and some exciting announcements. Once again we’re starting Friday morning with post-rock, followed by a few other genres….

Olivia Awbrey’s latest album Dishonorable Harvest is a collection of electric protests songs, mixing indie-rock and singer-songwriter sounds, and combining the biting analysis of Billy Bragg with the lyrical dexterity of Courtney Barnett. Each tune is instantly catchy, but a closer examination of the lyrics reveals commentaries on surveillance, global warming, gentrification, and other issues

Well, since there’s nothing happening any time soon in Rose City I put together a playlist featuring some new releases, local artists, and quarantine faves. I hope you enjoy its meandering journey through the realms of post-rock, indie, punk, post-punk, blues-rock, dreamcore, and whatever else some of these songs are. Also featured is an interview […]

While we can’t attend shows KPSU is bringing you word about the finest music from our local Portland artists to listen to at home during the lockdown in our weekly column, Local Listens for the Lockdown. FFO: Beach House, Cocteau Twins, Wye Oak Find Starover Blue on Facebook // Find Starover Blue on Instagram // […]

This is the first in a series of weekly columns that KPSU will be running called Local Listens for the Lockdown in which we highlight some of the best new music from Portland bands to make your quarantine a little more bearable. FFO: Feist, Big Thief, Bright Eyes, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Soccer Mommy Find MAITA […]

This is “Let me introduce” – the show where I present you a different artist every week. Today’s show is about Parcels: An Electropop band formed in 2014 in Byron Bay, Australia. Right after forming the band, they moved to Berlin, Germany where they live today.

Inaugural episode of Off the map:
Hello Pdx! Welcome to my show! Today we are gonna be diving into a great mix spanning genres and decades, what connects them all is you’re listening to them on KPSU!
Have a great week!
-JDJD

Link to Spotify playlist:
https://open.spotify.com/user/1234833137/playlist/6xAMi876DqUp1T3mDQqyiq?si=N22cxuFMQoeU_DvKHIi4JQ

Hi everyone. Such cool music tonight. I kept it minimal, indie, pop-y, just like usual. Follow the link for the live show recording. As always, thanks for listening!