The Flower Jax (Live In-Studio)

Fitz & the Tantrums (Interview)

A Cool Hand (Live In-Studio)

The Fights (Live In-Studio)

Fauve (Live In Studio)

Morgan Orion (Live in Studio)

Cody Sokolski from Cody and the Gateway Drugs (Live In-Studio)

Ashley sits down to talk with with Cody Solkolski from Cody and the Gateway Drugs live in-studio. Listen here:   Catch Loud and Local every Sunday at 9pm on WPGU 107.1

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The Black Keys – Turn Blue (Review)

The Akron, Ohio rock duo known as The Black Keys have made some serious strides in music history these past few years. Starting off as a sucky garage band back in the early 2000’s, Carney and Auerbach have slowly progressed into one of the most famous rock bands working today. Although it took them almost […]

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Kishi Bashi – Lighght (Review)

In his second full-length solo album, Kishi Bashi (Kaoru Ishibashi) largely continues the work he started in his 2012 debut, 151a. Though Lighght does not really contain catchy and directed stand-alone songs like his debut’s “Bright Whites,” the album is packed with his characteristic cleverness, innovation, and uplifting vibes. Lighght, like Kishi Bashi’s past efforts, […]

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Remember Whensday – New Moon

This Monday marked the seven-year anniversary of Elliott Smith’s posthumous album, New Moon. The songs were recorded from 1994 to 1997 in conjunction with his two releases during that time: Elliott Smith (1995) and Either/Or (1997). These releases were what hurdled him into an eventual contract with Dream Works Records, an Academy Award nomination and […]

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Monday Mixer

Written by Ellen Chen Temples- Shelter Song The way the members of Temples dress can say a lot about their music. Just like how their wardrobe seems to be a retro closet, their music style points to the psychedelic rock style of the 60s and 70s. I’ve been hooked to their songs ever since I […]

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Remember Whensday – Andrew Loog Oldham

On April 29, 1963 Andrew Loog Oldham, a publicist who had worked for Beatles’ manager Brian Epstein, and businessman Eric Easton signed a management deal with the Rolling Stones, also buying the rights to the band’s first recordings. Oldham managed the Stones from then until 1966, but remained as the band’s producer through 1967’s Between […]

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