This was one of our earlier Mixcloud uploads, but what a great one it was to have archived. Rock Show DJs Ethan and Ezra put together this 90 minute set of fantastic post-punk, which manages to include both some stuff you’ve probably heard of and some stuff you almost certainly haven’t. Check it out, along with the rest of our uploads, at our Mixcloud page.
If you’re in the neighborhood, stop by the WNUR Streetbeat showcase at Morseland (1218 W Morse) tomorrow night. Featuring Streetbeat DJs Searchl1te, Jeekoos, Deluge, D-Vo, and Behind These Eyes. 21+, $5 at the door. 9 PM – 2 AM. Check out more info on Facebook.
Here’s another show you might’ve missed in its original broadcast, since it aired over our winter break on December 23. Rock Show MD Dan takes a look at Nigerian musician William Onyeabor, and the results are predictably funky. And make sure to check out our Mixcloud page, too, where you can find a bunch of our stuff archived.
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If you weren’t listening to WNUR on Thanksgiving—shame on you, if that’s the case—you missed out on this three-hour Continental Drift set from Drift producer Minna and co-DJ Vicki that listens in on some pretty cool psychedelia and funk from around the world. Minna and Vicki seemed pretty jazzed about the playlist they put together, and with good reason, so make sure to check it out and celebrate your own Thanksgiving in January.
Here’s part one of a two-and-a-half-hour set of psych rock put together by Dan, music director for The Rock Show, and his co-DJ, Adam. We never actually posted it on the site proper, so here it is in its entirety. Check out part two on Mixcloud, or embedded after the jump.
Hey, folks. We’re gonna try something new the next few weeks, as part of our regular Track of the Day feature. Basically, every Thursday, we’re gonna post an archived show from our Mixcloud profile that we think is worth your time. Consider this a trial run for the next few weeks, and we’ll see how it goes. As always, you can post in the comments or email us if you’ve got any thoughts on how you’d like to see our Mixcloud content presented.
Today’s show comes from our friends at More Bounce, who’ve been among some of our earliest Mixcloud boosters. This installment of More Bounce is a personal fave of ours, so check it out if you’re in the mood for some sweet boogie/funk-type listening material.
Check back tomorrow for a new Track of the Day, and make sure to check back next Thursday to find out what show we’ve chosen next!