6:20 – Vinyl Lust – a song from a real live LP!
8:50am – The Buzz – music news of the day.
9am-Noon: Marion D. & The Funky Brunch
Funk, Punk, techno and good ol’ rock-n-roll to get your weekend started right!
11:40am – The Buzz – music news of the day.
12pm – Live Lunch with The Hot Wires
1pm-3pm: John Timmons
3-6pm – Laura Shine
3pm – Seryn (tonight at Zanzabar)
4:40pm – The Buzz – music news of the day.
5pm – The Louisville Ride Home – From Actors’ Theatre’s production of At The Vanishing Point, musician Ben Sollee and Artistic Director, Les Waters, will be our guest DJs today!
6-8pm: World Café With David Dye
‘80s week on the World Cafe concludes with Philadelphia natives, Hall and Oates.
8-9pm: The Weekly Feed
Host Kyle Meredith brings you the newest, best and most discussed songs making waves in blog-land. Tonight listen for new music from San Fermin, Death Cab For Cutie and interviews with Paolo Nutini and Gerard Cosloy.
9pm-12am:Sound Clash w/ Matt Anthony
Join Matt and trace the evolution of the drum from past to present through Reggae, Soul, Punk, Hip-Hop, Latin, Jazz, and Afro-Funk and everything in-between.
12am-6am: Woody’s Roadhouse
Woodrow on the Radio spins wax for insomniacs all night long in the juke joint of the mind.
Not too long ago, word broke that Conor Oberst was working on a Monsters of Folk-driven sci-fi screenplay. That’s one top of the last Bright Eyes album, The People’s Key, which was heavy on the discussion of reptoids (reptilian aliens from another dimension, for those among us who aren’t Art Bell devotees).
So it’s not much of a surprise that Oberst’s latest video, for Zigzagging Toward the Light from the album Upside Down Mountain, seems to draw on some sci-fi themes. Not only that, but the story from this video will apparently be continued in future music videos as well. All hail Conor Oberst, this generation’s musical Philip K. Dick.
Sam Beam shares the studio with host Laura Shine to talk about life and his new album, Ghost on Ghost. Sam performs Grace for Saints and Ramblers, Naked as We Came and Flightless Bird – American Mouth.
The Black Keys were the musical guests on Saturday Night Live this past weekend, and they ripped through Fever, the first single from their upcoming Turn Blue LP. Dan and Pat also get bonus points for bringing along Richard Swift to handle bass duties.
We just announced the 2014 Rock ‘n’ Stroll, which will be headlined this year by Rodrigo y Gabriela. Rod and Gab also have a new album out next week, 9 Dead Alive. Here’s a live performance video for The Russian Messenger (inspired by Fyodor Dostoyevsky: 1821 – 1881), which is featured on the new record.
When it comes to intimate, interesting – and sometimes downright strange – musical performance videos, La Blogotheque is the leader of the pack. The site’s Take Away Shows feature musicians in unconventional locales performing breathtaking acoustic renditions of their songs.
So when La Blogotheque released a 16-minute film featuring Brandon Flowers of the Killers, Father John Misty and Local Natives each covering songs from the latest Johnny Cash album Out Among the Stars, we got very excited.