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Today’s playlist revolves around more of an alternative, indie rock feel. A little more chill and laid back, perfect for relaxing but with just enough excitement to jam along too. Much of today’s music comes out of Eugene, and some from portland. Of these bands, many will be featured in future shows! Tune in to […]

Pssssss. Hey you. Are you in need of some lofi beats to study to? We’ll look no further. My beats are fresh to death and guaranteed to put you in the right headspace to get work done.

Pssssss. Hey you. Are you in need of some lofi beats to study to? We’ll look no further. My beats are fresh to death and guaranteed to put you in the right headspace to get work done.

FFO: The Jesus and Mary Chain, The Smiths, Built To Spill, Sonic Youth Buy tickets On September 11th, longtime Portland post-punk/indie-rock/shoegaze band The Prids celebrate the reissue their first two albums 2003’s Love Zero and 2006’s Until The World is Beautiful with a show at the Doug Fir Lounge supported by The Upsidedown and Koalra. […]

On this episode aired, 5/3/21, DJ ZATAR focuses on sampling in Hip-Hop. Showcasing a variety of genres as source materials for the samples, as well as numerous sub-genres of Hip-Hop. The goal of the episode being, to showcase the artistry of sampling. Stay tuned for part two!

With no Music Festivals this year it’s more important than ever to channel the love in you heart, your love from the Farmily, and the love for yourself outwards to all that are in need <3 Despite the cancellation; remember your times on the dancefloor with your brothers and sisters – The Love In Your […]

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

Review of the debut album Further Away by local favorites Cry Babe


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