So Cold (Live on Radio K)Jan - 03 - 14
There's no one making music quite like local musician Martin Dosh, and that was readily apparent at his recent performance in-studio here at Radio K. The beautiful sounds of sparse piano populate the silent air as percussion starts to softly fall like static rain, and from there on out... Well, maybe it's better you just listen. Enjoy this live version of "So Cold" here at Radio K, and have a great weekend!
When You're OlderJan - 02 - 14
Sometimes, a song just has the ability to make you smile. That's certainly the case with Minneapolis-based Fair Oaks' new single, "When You're Older", which gallops along with bright piano, vocal harmonies, and a beautiful melody. If this "whole new year" thing is already getting you down, take a listen and cheer up, because it'll get warmer soon!
Tom CruiseJan - 01 - 14
It's a new year, but we've still got the same great dedication to local music here at Radio K! On their new limited edition tape release, local band Dial-Up finds a electronic groove that you can't help but want to move to. As it buzzes with energy, the vocals and guitar combine into an ideal melody that one can easily get lost in. Check it out below as you down some champagne to ring in 2014!
Leave Winter BehindDec - 31 - 13
There really couldn't be a better week than this one for Fury Things' "Leave Winter Behind" to be our Track of the Day. As temperatures dip below -15 degrees (plus windchill), we find ourselves in a similar mindset to this song. As it hums with melancholy, it provides some level of hope, too, that maybe soon, this frozen world will thaw. Listen below!
You Get Sick AgainDec - 30 - 13
It's supposed to be at least -10 degrees this Thursday night. Insane? Maybe. But that doesn't mean it won't be a great night for a show. Indie rock band See Through Dresses is playing the Nomad World Pub that night (Jan. 4, 2014), so if you feel like braving the cold, think about it! Their new track "You Get Sick Again" pulses with sad energy, drawing you in to listen closer and learn more. If it's anything to go by, the show should be pretty fantastic!