Noise music artist Mini Mutations performs live in the KPSU studio. Joined by Red Panda Death March. Don’t forget to try the place on Lombard.
Bay-area noise punks Never Young performed a live in-studio session at KPSU on March 27th. After their raucous set, we talk about the magic of DIY, Jack Shirley’s wizardry, and “nunca huevos”.
Join Juice & Delaney (from The Alternative & KWVA) for a special 2016 End-Of-The-Year Podcast. Listen to us argue about Strange Ranger/Sioux Falls while still agreeing that Rot Forever is the album of the year, enjoy the silence when Delaney tries to roast me, subject yourself to my bad jokes, reflect on how “poop”-punk has matured in […]
Hi. Bye. Leave me alone. Don’t go. I hope when I see your face you look like a stranger. I don’t wanna get over you ~~~ Played some tunes Tuesday, October 12th at 11 PM. Be sure to check out Lubec and Yes Bear in your spare time this week.
It’s the first show of my last year at KPSU. R.I.P.
(This piece was originally published in the Portland State Vanguard on July 20th, 2016. You can also read this article on the Vanguard’s website right here) On what will hopefully be a perfect, sunny weekend, the 13th annual PDX Pop Now! Festival will be held July 22–24 underneath the Hawthorne Bridge at Audiocinema (226 SE […]
Today’s show is about the science fiction subgenre Cyberpunk. I had recently watched Blade Runner and it occurred to me how much I love the genre without knowing too much about it. Perhaps it’s the eerie resemblances of current life mixed with something beautiful yet horrifying that makes me love cyberpunk. You might have even […]
Today’s very special episode trangresses the borders of righteous musical outrage/// Featuring everything from the skronky-punk squall of the Dog Faced Hermans to Marvin Gaye’s silky-smooth clarion call from the heart, this show is an excercise in genre-busting and uniting disparate styles under a (somewhat)unified call to action./// Let’s get woke, call in well to […]