Recent Musical Podcast Listening

KCRW’s Moring Becomes Eclectic
Black Dub
Renowned producer Daniel Lanois has lent his magical touch to many recordings through the years and brings his own project, Black Dub, to Morning Becomes Eclectic for a live performance at 11:15am.

KCRW Today’s Top Tune
Let’s Go Sailing – Sideways

Bonde Do Role – Solta O Frango
Bonde Do Role – ‘Solta O Frango’ is from the album ‘Solta O Frango’.

Big Sir – Blutrausch (Smooth Interlude)
Big Sir – ‘Blutrausch (Smooth Interlude)’ is title cut from their second full length album.

Exene Cervenka: Already in Love
When Exene Cervenka visited Morning Becomes Eclectic last year, she debuted brand new tracks she hadn’t even recorded yet. MBE fans will be familiar with the live version of Today’s Top Tune, “Already in Love.” We’re happy to offer the album version, which features a full band, as a preview from her upcoming release, The Excitement of Maybe.

KEXP Live Performances
KEXP in NYC: Goldspot
KEXP presents Goldspot live from the Museum of Television and Radio.

The Scotland Yard Gospel Choir
Chicago’s The Scotland Yard Gospel Choir stirs up the KEXP live room with their melancholy, yet sweet folk-pop sounds. All tracks are from their self-titled release. Recorded live at KEXP on 12/7/07 – 5 songs: Aspidistra, I Never Thought I Could Feel This Way For A Boy, Then And Not A Moment Before, Everything You Paid For, Obsessions

KEXP Presents Music That Matters Vol. 9
KEXP Studio Engineer Scott Colburn spins a few of his favorite tracks.

Music That Matters Vol. 33
John Richards hosts the second in a series of podcasts featuring songs that he’d like to play on the air, but can’t due to FCC regulations against profanity on the airwaves. This Music that F***ing Matters podcast features the followin tracks: 1. Steve Earle – F the CC, 2. Mudhoney – Touch Me I’m Sick, 3. Forward Russia – Fifteen Part 1, 4. Murder City Devils – Every Shitty Thing, 5. The Lights – White Harlem, 6. Bikini Kill – Star Bellied Boy, 7. NOFX – Fuck the Kids, 8. The Trucks – 3am, 9. Jedi Mind Tricks -Outlive the War, 10. The Supersuckers – Pretty Fucked Up, 11. The Thermals – Product Placement, 12. Shorthand for Epic – My Own Private Weimar, 13. The Hot Toddies – jaguar Love, 14. The Trucks – Why The?, 15. Dead Moon – 54/40 of Fight

KEXP Song of the Day
Wussy – Rigor Mortis
Wussy – Rigor Mortis from the 2008 album Left for Dead on Shake It Records.

Fixed Up
Terrene – Fixed Up: Performing March 4 at Audioasis Live from The High Dive – benefit for Seattle Works. More info at http://www.seattleworks.org.

KUT: Austin Music Minute
Live Music at Lambert’s: Austin Music Minute – April 24, 2007
Lambert’s, a new restaurant downtown, has quickly become a live music hot spot. With music five nights a week – an early show at 6:30 p.m. then a later one at 10:30 p.m. – the place is friendly to both music fans and players. Django’s Moustache will play Lambert’s Thurday, April 26 at ^:30 p.m.; Cienfuegos plays at 10:30 p.m.

KUT: Radio Without Borders
The Greencards, Samantha Crain and the Midnight Shivers, The BoDeans, Shemekia Copeland, Hayes Carll
Radio Without Borders #169:May 6, 2009The Greencards, Samantha Crain and the Midnight Shivers, The BoDeans, Shemekia Copeland, and Hayes Carll.
The Greencards “Rivertown”
Let’s begin the show with some great acoustic work by The Greencards. This trio of extremely talented musicians combines the best of all worlds. You have Carol Young and Kym Warner from Australia, and Eamon McLoughlin from the U.K. in the equation, so that automatically guarantees a history of rich musical tradition to begin with. But they came to the U.S., to Austin, Texas, to pursue their love of American roots music.
We were happy to have The Greencards return to KUT’s Studio 1A for a live performance in April 2009.
Samantha Crain and the Midnight Shivers “Get the Fever Out”
Oklahoma-based songwriter Samantha Crain is a distinctive presence in the indie-folk vein. It’s a good infusion of jangly folk…

KUT: Texas Music Matters
Ornette Coleman Receives Texas Medal of Arts Award for Music
The Texas Medal of Arts awards ceremony took place last night at the Paramount Theatre. The class of 12 honorees included legendary news anchor Walter Cronkite, actor Sissy Spacek and free-jazz master Ornette Coleman. From KUT’s Texas Music Matters, Andy Uhler reports through Coleman’s name may not be as widely recognized as Cronkite or Spacek, his legacy in the music world is undeniable.

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