the show doesn’t air until next week. which is good because the podcast is down right now. hopefully it’ll be fixed by then and you guys will actually be able to hear it. we just finalized my playlist and we’re about to head over. send good vibes. :)
Just got my slot for my radio show on 90.3 The Core. Friday mornings 2-3am. Not the best but definitely not the worst and I’ll be done in time for the buses to still be running when I come home.
I’m so excited! It’ll be in the middle of the night so I figure I can do a lot of experimenting before the Winter/Spring when I get a (hopefully) better slot and I don’t have to worry about losing/offending/affecting very many listeners.
You can also occasionally hear me babble about going ons in New Brunswick/Rutgers on Mondays at 7pm on our news program, A Proper Gander on 90.3 The Core.
Familia, amigos, conocidos, compañeros… Disfruten de esta primera barra programática, creada por alumnos de la FES Acatlán - UNAM esperamos sea de su agrado. El equipo de continuidad y del program ROMPECABEZAS en esta ocasión fue Enigmáticos, esperamos sus comentarios, sugerencias y likes! Gracias por su apoyo y ojala puedan difundir estos sitos webs con sus familiares y amigos. Muchas gracias y disfruten la programacón!
Cats & Dogs / Coeur D'Alene | The Head & The Heart Everyone’s gotta love the locals! Especially KEXP. They’ve hosted a lot of good sessions. From Blue Scholars, to The Temper Trap. Come on, you have to love it all.
M83 – America Madlib – Rebirth Cycle (Super Soul) Enemy Earth – Sword Art Sun Glitters – cosmic oceans (feat. Steffaloo) Onra – The Vallee of Love Crystal Castles – Vanished Bonobo –Kiara How To Dress Well – And It Was U The Streets – The Escapist SBTRKT – Trials of the Past Purity Ring – Lofticries Chad Valley - I Owe You This (featuring Twin Shadow) Chris Malinchak – So Good to Me Lykke Li – Little Bit (Tokimonsta) Miguel – Sure Thing Class Actress – Weekend Little Dragon – Looking Glass
I am obsessed with The Lumineers at the moment, giving me one more thing that I’m okay with blaming Starbucks for. Despite having come out five months ago, their self-titled gem was snuggly tucked away between the new Dave Matthews and Avett Brothers in our new arrivals package this week. The raving quotes from Paste, LA Times, and npr embossed on the cover were enough to have me go home that night and immediately check them out (there’s something about “roots rock delivered with Arcade Fire-like grandeur” that I couldn’t pass up).
On their debut, The Lumineers spring for a heart-plastered-everywhere approach that is as intriguing as it is endearing. While it’s inevitable for any American folk artist to draw influence from Bob Dylan, front man Wesley Schultz does it with such remorse and spirit that he could be a direct descendent of the legend. His vocal stylings and picturesque insight accompanied by the beautifully wistful harmonies and lush instrumentations of Jeremiah Fraites and Neyla Pekarek make this album well worth checking out.
I pity the fool who has not had the pleasure of hearing The Lumineers yet. To aid in the ever persisting effort to expose great underground music, let’s get these guys crooning out of more speakers across the map. You can start by picking up their debut here. After that, it will be impossible for you to not spread the word.