In honor of our first Mixcloud Thursday for spring quarter, check out this hour-long set by Dan and Ethan, Rock Show music director and producer (respectively) and frequent site contributors. Dan digs into the works of legendary outsider musicians R. Stevie Moore and Daniel Johnston, so check this set out if you’re in the mood for something a little freaky. And as always, make sure to check out our Mixcloud page to see all our uploaded shows.
Mixcloud Thursday this week comes by way of what I promise isn’t a shameless plug: check out this hour of slo-mo deep house I recorded back in January when my co-DJ, Pat, gave me a week to myself. Pat and I DJ for WNUR’s Freeform block from 2 AM – 3 AM Sunday mornings. You can find more of this show, and lots more, at our Mixcloud page.
This week’s Mixcloud Thursday goes up with a shout-out to our friends at WNUR News, who this weekend won an award by the Intercollegiate Broadcasting System (IBS) for best student-produced radio documentary. If you haven’t checked out the (award-winning!) “A Year of Revolution” yet, what better time than right now?
Today’s Mixcloud Thursday update comes to us by way of Germany in the early ’80s, where bands like Grauzone and DAF established the Neue Deutsche Welle as one of the country’s defining modern artistic movements. (You can read more about the NDW in this Track of the Day from January, as well.) Rock Show music director Dan put together this hour of NDW music back in January, so check it out here or at our Mixcloud profile.
And while you’re at it, check out our friends at WNUR News, who’ve been archiving their weekly talk show on Mixcloud all quarter. You can find those shows here.
This episode of More Bounce aired right before a lot of us went on winter break, and I know I didn’t catch it the first time it aired, so I figured the same might be the case for many of our listeners. It’s More Bounce, and it’s awesome as always, so take a listen. And when you’re done with that, check out the rest of our Mixcloud uploads here. Phoneathon craziness left us amassing a little bit of a backlog of Mixcloud content, so stay tuned for more to come.