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So, it may not always sound like it, but I’ve been yakking into a mic between records for almost 20 years now, if you count my time at student-run KVHS in Concord, CA in the late ’90s… Yeah, I was born and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area (East Bay) and developed a love for radio at the age of 8 when I would fall asleep listening to San Francisco Giants games on KNBR. It then became a bit of a habit of mine, falling asleep with the radio on. [Read Jason’s Full Bio]
We sprinkle in new records throughout the day on the air, so why not use this space to share a worthy new band?
Another batch of new tunes that our more adventurous listeners will undoubtedly enjoy. Well, we think they’ll enjoy most of ’em, anyway. CLICK ON THE LINK, KIDS…
Chicago’s own Smith Westerns are no more, but a name many of us remember from the band has signed on with legendary Sub Pop Records. Cullen Omori’s solo debut (New Misery) will be released on […]
23 brand new tracks that are worthy of your attention. Sample every single one of ’em right here.
Need an 8-minute jam for your next workout? Look no further than the new material from Underworld.
Go nuts with this week’s batch of new tunes, kids! Especially the Underworld track. Trust us. It’s a complete jam.
Yeasayer recently shared an animated video for their brand new track “I Am Chemistry” and it’s not the “hard-working band on the road” kind of video either.
Yeah, that’s Charles Bradley right there. Hear him like you never have before as a he puts his own spin on a Black Sabbath classic. And what’s that? You’re not yet familiar with Hinds, Teleman, and Tycho? Well, that’s what this show is about. Turning you onto the new jams…
If you crave the newest of the new and trying to impress friends/co-workers with the new tunes that you’re into, then this is a good place to come every week to see if we have anything that works for you…
I’ve never seen a rat in my alley (fingers always crossed) thanks to the three or four cats that patrol the area, but not everyone is so lucky. See what these New Yorkers do to combat the rat problem in their town.