Listening Post: Weekly Music Recommendations
But ‘Really Doe’, the new Danny Brown song with Kendrick Lamar, Ab-Soul and Earl Sweatshirt is pretty damn good. Good enough to be our top […]
Our most fabulous prize package goes to Hanni El Khatib again this week. His 4 EP plan for his Savage Times releases has worked perfectly […]
A Tribe Called Red’s blend of club music, hip hop, and indigenous North American music featuring the talents of Yasiin Bey, Narcy, and Black Bear, […]
- Carsie Blanton “Vim and Vigor” September 21, 2016This episode I’m shining our lights on New Orleans own, Carsie Blanton Blanton is set to throw a brick through the Man’s corner office with her empowered feminist lyrics. Her ...
- Small Planet Radio – Anywhere September 19, 2016I will admit that I am often nervous when a friend or colleague releases music. It’s awkward. Finding ways to tell someone I don’t want to feature their sub-par music ...
- Melissa Goodwin Shepherd “Be Still” September 16, 2016Melissa Goodwin Shepherd is a stop motion animator (on such projects as Robot Chicken) She’s a voice over artist (see again Robot Chicken but also films like Zootopia). And only ...
The Great Albums Podcast
- Aretha Franklin - I Never Loved a Man the Way I Love You (w/ guest Savannah Pope) March 18, 2019Bill and Brian are joined by musician Savannah Pope (savannahpopemusic.com) to discuss Aretha Franklin's I Never Loved a Man the Way I Love You (1967, Atlantic).
- Superchunk - Here's Where the Strings Come In (w/ guest Nikki Karwacki) March 11, 2019Bill and Brian are joined by musician Nikki Karwacki (Finding Feebas, Triage, Batting a Thousand) to discuss Superchunk's unique brand of punk/power pop/alternative music on the album Here's Where the Strings Come In (1995, Merge).
Listening Party Podcast
- 263 – Waste by Zeal & Ardor July 17, 2018This week on the LPP, we explore the songs and influences of Zeal & Ardor as they blend Norwegian black metal with American slave spirituals. Whether you‘re like Moksha and that makes you instantly excited or like Rod and need some convincing to find the joy in that pairing, Zeal and Ardor will make an […]
- 262 – Self Care by Brown Calculus July 3, 2018This week on the LPP, the long awaited Portland episode featuring Freeform Portland DJ Joshua Justice. We dissect the Portland music scene, discuss the importance of Self-Care, and do some serious research on the Scooby-Doo Movie soundtrack. FEATURED SONG “Self Care” by Brown Calculus CHAPTER 1: Bio “$3 Kung Fu” – first song with Vaughn […]