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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]
If you ever complain about the fact that there are too many good shows on TV and that you can’t possibly keep up with them all, well, it looks like we might have another one to add to the queue.
It’s not ALL Blood Orange this week, but that wouldn’t be a bad show at all… Something to consider in the future, perhaps.
We all love Scorsese, right? Well, since “Vinyl” is gone, let’s have a look at what’s next from the Rolling Stones superfan.
We all know that talented songwriters hear music differently than the average Joe, but researchers in Montreal are beginning to figure out how and why this is.
Need close to two hours of new music to get lost in? Our own Jason Thomas gives you exactly that every single week.
Just another new record that you might be into and Thursday is the perfect day to highlight it.
THE BIG BEAT Digs Deeper into New Records from Car Seat Headrest, Lost Under Heaven, and More [Listen]
Lost Under Heaven (formerly known as “LUH”) has been getting as much play as anyone on the show in 2016, and the track that’s on display once you click through should explain why.
The meat that a lot of us enjoy isn’t nearly as cheap as we think it is.
As heard on Monday night new music show THE BIG BEAT, have a listen to a fine band out of Canterbury on this New Music Thursday.
If you enjoy hearing new music and loading up your personal playlists with stuff that’ll make your friends think that you’ve been spending hours discovering new tunes, then this is the place to be.