6:20am – Vinyl Lust – a song from a real live LP
9am-12pm: Matt Anthony
12pm-3pm: Kyle Meredith
3-6pm – Laura Shine
5’O Clock Shadow – an original followed by a cover tune.
6-8pm: World Café With David Dye
David Dye looks back at his 2014 conversation with Boy George on this edition of the Vintage Cafe.
8pm-9pm: The Guest List with Sean Cannon
Each week, Sean will have in-depth, casual conversations with musicians, comedians, actors, authors, and other notable weirdos. After the talking is out of the way, they’ll give a glimpse inside their musical minds by curating diverse and thoughtful guest DJ sets. You’ll also hear regular features from Bonnie “Prince” Billy, among others.
9pm-1am – FPK’s Afterdark with Sean Cannon
11pm – On the Scene – We spotlight a music scene and feature two bands from the city
1am-2am: Night Visions With the OK Deejays and Sam Sneed
An eclectic mix of independent and under-represented dance, electronica, rock and pop music from around the world.
2am-5am: WFPK Overnight
Hear your favorite mix of FPK tunes all night long.
Less than a day after Ryan Adams released his version of Taylor Swift’s blockbuster 1989 LP, Father John Misty decided to release his interpretation of Adams’ interpretation of Taylor Swift — in the style of the Velvet Underground. If it wasn’t already official, it is now: The internet has finally eaten itself.
When Franz Ferdinand and Sparks get together, everybody wins. If you don’t believe us, here’s proof: The supergroup, known as FFS, is making the single Call Girl available for download for the next 24 hours!
Download no longer available, but you can still stream the audio here:
On their upcoming collaborative record, Iron & Wine and Band of Horses frontman Ben Bridwell decided to cover mostly lesser-known songs. This Talking Heads cover is one of the exceptions on Sing Into My Mouth.
After giving us a track that included relatively sparse but still uncommon instrumentation (Sagres, which featured percussion and strings), The Tallest Man on Earth has released another song from the album Dark Bird Is Home that’s truer to form. The record’s title track is just Kristian Matsson and his guitar, the way we’ve come to know him.
My Morning Jacket just released another new track from their upcoming album, The Waterfall. In the sprawling musical missive Spring (Among the Living), Jim James sings about the season of transition, transformation and resurrection.
Courtney Barnett’s ambling lyricism and laid back delivery are applied to perfect effect on Depreston, a song about the slow realization that you might not be in the happiest of locales. Her new album, Sometimes I Sit And Think, And Sometimes I Just Sit, is out March 24 via Mom + Pop Music.