This week I’m bringing you some IDM tracks that hit beats at unique times. Most of these tracks mainly fall under the drill ‘n bass genre, which is one of my favorites. You’ll hear a lot of Xyqph’s tracks because offbeat is something they excel at and I really like a lot of their tracks.
Inaugural episode of Robot Reboot, the show that plays computer music to move you. Join WilTron on this sonic journey as we explore synthwave, pop, electro, edm, and everything in-between.
New Music alert: Dance-pop duo Joyeur releases their hot new EP LIFEEATER DJ Rachelle previewed the EP and interviews Joyeur musicians Jo & Anna: Life Eater is a fun dance-able rollick through 5 tracks. It’s a great addition to a work out mix. When asked if they had this mind when making this EP […]
Our penultimate episode is split into two distinct halves. The first is classic R2N: late-night atmospherica, tender torch balladry, and some majestic folk rock. The second half touches on space-age pop, Bollywood soundtrack, experimental synth/techno, and reverb-drenched gothicism. Put your feet up and let the Road to Nowhere take you away~
The Road to Nowhere returns with a reprise of its first episode: The Naked City. More slinky jazz, barroom wailers, cruising soundscapes, and paeans to urbanity. Thanks for coming back and listening! Love . . . DJ Finn
Austra’s Future Politics tour was in Portland this past Monday at Holocene! Katie Stelmanis (Austra) took some time to sit down on Learning to Grow with DJ Mkulima (The Farmer) for a special KPSU feature interview. We had a chance to discuss some stories of Austra’s formative years and all about her new ‘Future Politics’ […]
The final Heatwave show: A musical journey into afro disco, tropical house and oriental funk. As always, apologize for the minor volume issues experienced during the mix.
(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 […]
The Cabin Project visits KPSU to talk about their new album Unfolded, their album release show at The Doug Fir on June 24th, learning rhythm by playing Guitar Hero, their love of Warpaint, and we somehow find an excuse to talk about Provo, Utah.
Riding solo in the whip on this episode, enjoy this preview of Teen Suicide’s latest record It’s the Big Joyous Celebration, Let’s Stir the Honeypot and choice tracks by Portland locals Lubec and Alien Boy.