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Live In-Studio: Head for the Hills

Live In-Studio: Head for the Hills


Posted By on Jun 2, 2019

Local “newgrass” group Head for the Hills performed a combination of old and new tracks during their in-studio session. The group has bluegrass roots, but has recently incorporated drums and a horn section into their music. We discussed their recent musical changes and their love for coffee, beards and vinyl between songs....

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Live In-Studio: Holdfast

Live In-Studio: Holdfast


Posted By on May 10, 2019

Holdfast joined me in the studio a few weeks ago to share some acoustic tunes on-air. We discussed their trip to California and the brotherly dynamic between members throughout the session. The set started with “I’ll be Waiting for It,” and ended with three new songs that will be on their album coming out this summer.¬†...

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Live In-Studio: Chess at Breakfast

Live In-Studio: Chess at Breakfast


Posted By on May 10, 2019

Chess at Breakfast blessed the airwaves with their music last week. They performed four songs from their album “Wealthcare,” which came out today. We discussed their genius branding strategy, how Justin’s double bass added a creepy vibe to the “Maybe it’s Your Birthday (The Dead are Dead)” music video, and more between the live songs.¬†...

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Live In-Studio: Wood Belly

Live In-Studio: Wood Belly


Posted By on May 8, 2019

Bluegrass group Wood Belly brought the energy a few weeks ago during their in-studio performance. They performed six orginals during the set and laughed their way through the interview between songs. We discovered the stand-out hipster of the group, Taylor’s lonely barbecue routine, and more throughout the session. http://media.blubrry.com/kcsu_music/p/content.blubrry.com/kcsu_music/Wood_Belly-In-Studio_Podcast.mp3Podcast...

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Live In-Studio: Glass Cases

Live In-Studio: Glass Cases


Posted By on May 8, 2019

Glass Cases joined me in the studio last month to perform some new singles. Their combination of electronic and raw elements gave each song a sense of uniqueness. Between songs, we discussed the relevance “The Catcher in the Rye” has to the band and the backstories of the singles. http://media.blubrry.com/kcsu_music/p/content.blubrry.com/kcsu_music/In-Studio-Glass_Cases_Mixdown_1.mp3Podcast (kcsu-live): Play in new window...

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