I try and stay positive but every once in awhile I just need to be sad. So, that’s what this show is about! I’ve got songs that I personally connect to with some sad event or I feel the song on it’s own can make that smile turn upside down. Not going to lie, this […]
This is how I make Elissa listen to music.
I assembled a list of my top songs and artists and hit shuffle. This is what happened. Call it chance or call it fate, the Spotify gods showed up. Lennon, Buckley, Elliott Smith, Bright Eyes, Death Cab, and more, these fearless artists bare all in their work and leave you longing for more. This music embodies the mission of The Dreamers Guild: raw […]
A continuous vinyl mix of indie pop, afrobeat, psychedelic and more. This one is scattered stylistically speaking, but surprisingly coherent.
The title actually tells you what to expect this time around. Here are my picks for the best tracks of 2015. I had to narrow it down to fit my time slot, so there are a few omissions (notably Animal Eyes’ “Mushroom Hunter”). Here’s hoping the second half of the year is just as radical.
Sufjan Stevens will be headlining the Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall on 6/08! Sufjan Stevens is a singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, whose sounds range from lo-fi folk to lush and whimsical instrumentation and even electronic. He has devoted entire albums to the signs of the Chinese zodiac, endeavored to write an album for each of the fifty states, […]
Songs by Sufjan Stevens and others. This show is part Sufjan and part influencers/influencees. The artist plays the Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall on June 8th. Read more here. Photo: Sufjan Stevens (Obviously). Note: An alternate, refined version of this podcast is available to stream at Mixcloud.
The first single, “No Shade in the Shadow of the Cross,” is perhaps one of the artist’s most personal songs to date. Which makes sense. His newest album Carrie & Lowell (Sufjan’s first album in 5 years), out now from Asthmatic Kitty Records, is about “life and death, love and loss, and the artist’s struggle […]