Listeners respond to episode 738 (The Concerts That Got Away) with their own tales of missed opportunities, including shows by Bruce Springsteen, David Bowie, Meat Puppets and the Guess Who.
We continue to spin the Big Wheel of Music, playing random tracks from a collaborative playlist featuring listeners’ favorite songs from the past decade. Today: Kevin Morby, the War on Drugs, Mutual Benefit, David Bowie and Baroness.
We invited listeners to contribute to a big playlist of great songs from the 2010s. We’re playing some of those tunes all week. Today: Case/Lang/Veirs, Sleigh Bells, Drive-By Truckers, David Bowie, Tom Petty and Jack White.
On this ’80s flashback episode, we focus on artists who continued to evolve their sound: Paul Simon, David Bowie and Genesis. Rob Gates and Kevin Goff fill in for Patrick while he’s on vacation.
Today, guest host Mike Wagner of Houston talks about the art of the backing vocal.
Forty years ago, Devo released its debut album. And it still sounds great today! Maybe better.
We wrap up this Perfect Pop Week with three selections from Steven Routledge of Scotland. Plus, some discussion about Teenage Fanclub.
Intern Sam Lisker visited the “David Bowie Is” exhibit at the Brooklyn Museum and reports back.
Jay Ignacio calls to tell us about his favorite music of 2017. It’s from the “Twin Peaks” soundtrack, including Chromatics and Sharon Van Etten.
Mega-budget summer blockbusters based around mixtapes? Is Volume 3 of “Guardians of the Galaxy” ready yet? Yes please.