the strokes

The Departures join us once again to talk about their new music video for the song Just About Anything!

An interview and live performance with Dune!

A fun interview with alt-rock band The Departures! Talking about their album, new music, and upcoming shows.

Wildfire This first hour, originally streamcast the 10th of September 2017, of Box of Chocolates has nothing to do with wildfires really. It’s simply another way of semantically describing what is essentially my show concept of “Clearing the Cache”. Occasionally it’s simply a necessity. Wildfire Clearing the Cache, much like the function in reality which the terminology […]

in this episode of big things, hosts odp, will and mason mimi had guest Morgan Morrison on with them for a theme of “songs we have stories behind,” so you get to hear a whole range of teenage storied songs, storied songs from the beginning of our friendships, and emotionally charged songs for us. also! […]

Something Automated This Way Comes I suppose the episode I broadcast/streamed for this week (12/12 -12/18) could be filed underneath the Birds of a Feather tab, BUT outside of the overall theme of the show and my mini-rants within, there is NOTHING connecting the songs to each other. Well outside the fact that they can all be […]

Photo by Victoria Mahoney FFO: The Strokes, Queens Of The Stone Age, Mini Mansions, Twin Peaks If you’ve been missing the sweet sounds of New York rock, then you can’t miss CRX at the Doug Fir, Tuesday, November 29th. Fronted by The Strokes’ Nick Valensi, CRX is a refreshing return to the grunge sounds we […]

SUMMER JAMS! mason mimi, odp and will picked out some personal summer jams for the playlist this week, plus their three (yes, THREE) hot seat guests picked out some of their own summer jams! mimi leggett, morgan morrison and jo swartz-larson gave us some triple heat, with each of their bdays having occurred in the […]

The Domestics stopped by KPSU to chat, play some of their favorite jams and perform a few of their own. You can check out a complete review of their latest album and stream it at StaticDistance.com.