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PHOSPHORESCENT Performs Live On KEXP’s Morning Show With John Richards

A few weeks back, PHOSPHORESCENT performed live at KEXP’s New York studio for The Morning Show with John Richards. He dipped into the Phosphorescent back catalogue, as well as performing tunes from his most recent release To Willie, a tribute to Willie Nelson. See the KEXP post, which includes some excellent photos of the session, HERE.

Phosphorescent live on KEXP at The Cutting Room Studios NYC from KEXP RADIO on Vimeo.

JOHN VANDERSLICE Records Live Session With KEXP In San Francisco

On a recent field trip to the Bay Area, Seattle’s KEXP captured performances from the city’s most important artists. And KEXP favorite JOHN VANDERSLICE was there to deliver performances of two new cuts from his forthcoming Dead Oceans release Romanian Names, due May 19.

Read about JV’s session at the KEXP blog HERE, where you will find a link to an exclusive KEXP interview discussing Romanian Names and his upcoming tour with Mountain Goat John Darnielle.

And catch JV’s KEXP performance of album highlight “Too Much Time” – accompanied by drummer Matthias Bossi – below.

John Vanderslice – Too Much Time (Live on KEXP) from KEXP RADIO on Vimeo.

CITAY Featured In Performance, Interview With KEXP

Last week, the good people at Seattle’s KEXP took a San Francisco field trip for three days of interviews and performances from the Bay Area’s finest artists. Dead Oceans’ classic rock behemoth Citay was honored to be featured on the program, where they burned through epic cuts from the band’s 2007 release Little Kingdom, such as “Eye on the Dollar.” The band left host Cheryl Waters to say she was “totally blissing out” during the performance.

In KEXP’s Live From San Francisco blog, the station also had these kind words to share about Citay: “Over the course of two full-length records, those inspirations and attention to detailed, 5+ minute songwriting have led to a profound dynamism with songs often spanning the dour and euphoric before reaching their grand conclusions. Following the late 2007 release of Little Kingdom on Dead Oceans, Citay has remained relevant by taking their dynamic sound to the stage, earning them a recent Goldie Award, a yearly prize offered by the San Francisco Bay Guardian that recognizes exceptional performance across the arts.”

A download of the podcast is available HERE.


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