Lydia Liza popped into the studio to talk about their new album. Recorded 12.18.19 at Radio K.
Animal Actor reverberated into the studio to talk about Minnesota history, loud bands, and fuzzy bass. Recorded 1.3.20 at Radio K.
Shrinking Violets popped into the studio to talk about their latest music video, VHS tapes, and editing. Recorded 11.21.19 at Radio K.
In this episode Mister Wes talks about some inspiring teachers they've had and their inspirations that have led them to become the rock band they are today. In the second half of the episode we are jo ...
OKnice grooved into the studio to talk about Winter tapes, vinyl crackle, and their Grandma! Recorded 12.20.19 at Radio K.
Unturned sunk into our studio to riff about the Dinkytown McDonalds and their new tour documentary. Recorded 12.3.19 at Radio K.
Pure Shifter checked out our studio and chatted about writing music and stage performances. Recorded 12.6.19 at Radio K.
Hear what's bubbling in the dining hall kitchen, from an artist at the MIA, and special from the Radio K vaults, an interview and performance from Indie pioneer Daniel Johnston. 0:47 - Dining Hall ...
Keyboard queen Kara Laudon vibed out in our studio and chatted about their transition into the limelight.
Ride along with the garbage man, learn about a local restorative justice program and listen to an exclusive interview with LA-based Drab Majesty. What did you find in the Trash? by Drew Birschbach ...
Static Panic rioted into our studio to chat about their sensual tunes! Recorded 11.22.19 at Radio K.
Fragile Canyons dove into our studio to chat about their new record, band nick-names, and memes! Recorded 11.15.19 at Radio K.
Indie folk inspired band, Keep For Cheap, talks about things they can't live without, and the psychedelic rock band Floodwater Angel shares with us what kind of stan account they would run.
Monica LaPlante sprouted in to the studio to talk about about grave yards, sneaking into shows ,and her new album.
Heart to Gold dropped in to the studio to talk about about his gnarliest wipe out story. Recorded 10.25.19 at Radio K.
With Juniper Douglas traveling by van to spread their music around the country, and Sapphire bringing the power of women into the pop punk scene, Minneapolis artists are "breaking boundaries".
The RCP team (in partnership with The Wake Magazine) looks into what it means to have a safe campus. Who does the UMPD protect? What's up with that rabid bat? All this and more. 1:05 - Asking the F ...
Laska stopped by our studio to talk about music videos, nature, and creepy art. Recorded 10.18.19 at Radio K.
Trita stopped by our studio to chat conspiracy theories, siberia, and isolation. Recorded 10.11.19 at Radio K.
Palm Friends stopped by our studio to chat about the big apple, the Foshay tower, and their new album. Recorded 10.04.19 at Radio K.