Today on the vinyl frontier, we’ll be spinning a track from the Third Man Records vault release of the White Stripes Nine Miles From The White City.
Jim James & Patrick Hallahan called in to chat with Marty Lennartz about their new record The Waterfall, their upcoming tour, and more. Hear their conversation below.
Today’s trip to The Vinyl Frontier is from the 7” single stash, the Smashing Pumpkins song “Tristessa” It was their second ever release and only one on venerable Seattle label, Sub Pop. It was part of Sub Pop’s Single Of The Month Club and followed the release of I Am One”.
It’s like going to your first day of school and having your mom write you a note in your lunch, but better! Jeff Tweedy called in just minutes into Marty Lennartz’s first shift in the […]
One of the staples of Frank E. Lee’s afternoon show has been the Vinyl Frontier. Every Monday and Wednesday at 4p, Frank would dig deep into his archive of vinyl and drop the needle bringing back the time when records crackled and popped across the airwaves.
James Bay may have over 27.5 million views with one video alone, but yesterday evening he performed for less than 100 in an intimate Live From Studio X performance sponsored by Two Brothers Brewing Company at the Elbo Room in Chicago.
Marty & Sarah make up for lost time by discussing the unprecedented success of Empire, Saul’s triumphant return in Better Call Saul, as well as offer a sneak peek into the upcoming season of True Detective
Breaking Bad fans have finally seen the long awaited Better Call Saul hit the air with smashing results. Marty & Sarah discusses this along with The Slap and its upwards trend.
Marty & Sarah discuss Amazon’s recent maneuver to have fans vote on whether or not a TV serieswill be picked up for more than one show. Download Download FREE Music Connect With XRT On Facebook […]
For the first time in history, a show from the big four networks didn’t take home a Golden Globe. Marty & Sarah talk about why that was the case as well as discuss the new season of Girls & other shows.