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)

Remember Whensday – The Moonwalk

In honor of this week’s posthumous release of Michael Jackson’s Exscape, I think it would be worthwhile to remember that, coincidentally, this week also marks the thirty-first anniversary of the television airing of the Motown 25: Yesterday, Today, Forever NBC special. Though the special was filmed in March of 1983, it did not air until […]

Read
More

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

Read
More

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 […]

Read
More

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, […]

Read
More

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 […]

Read
More

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 […]

Read
More