The drawing for this set of CDs is over. But don’t let that stop you from donating to KUTX!
Love music? Then you’ll love this hand-picked set of CDs. Jody Denberg has saved a stack of his favorites and put them together for a one-of-a-kind box set! If you are a music lover who has not committed to pledging your support for KUTX, now is the time to do so. When you pledge today during Eklektikos with Jody Denberg (from 9am-Noon), you will be entered into a drawing for a set of 35 CDs!
One of the CDs will be signed by Patty Griffin. She’s going to be in our studios during the pledge drive so we’re going to hand her a Sharpie and ask her to autograph American Kid.
Since this is a drawing, sustaining members are already entered! To make your sustaining pledge, please click here.
When you call 512-471-6291 or make your pledge online, you will be entered into this one-of-a-kind drawing. And, of course, your gift will help Jody curate musical shows on KUTX each and every weekday. Your support makes all you listen to on KUTX possible.
JODY’s 35 DISC GRAB BAG!
BONUS DISC: AUOTGRAPHED COPY OF PATTY GRIFFIN’S AMERICAN KID
Amy Cook – Summer Skin
Beck – Morning Phase
Blood Orange – Cupid Deluxe
Coldplay Live 2012 (CD/DVD)
Dan Croll – Sweet Disarray
Elvis Costello & The Roots – Wise Up
Gomez – How We Operate
Gov’t Mule – Shout (2-CDs)
Guy Clark – My Favorite Picture Of You
The Head And The Heart – Let’s Be Still
John Fogerty – Wrote A Song For Everyone
Kaiser Chiefs – – In Education, Education, Education & War
Kelly Willis & Bruce Robison – Cheater’s Game
The Lumineers – The Lumineers (Deluxe Edition) (CD/DVD)
Neko Case – The Worse Things Get, The Harder I Fight…
Paul Simon – Over The Bridge Of Time: A Retrospective (2-CDs)
Poi Dog Pondering – Audio Love Letter
Rodney Crowell – Tarpaper Sky
Sharon Jones & The Dap Kings – Give The People What They Want
Steve Martin & The Steep Canyon Rangers f/Edie Brickell – Live (CD/DVD)
Uncle Tupelo – No Depresson (2-CDs)
Valerie June – Pushin’ Against A Stone
Various Artists – Bob Dylan In The 80s – Volume One: A Tribute
Various Artists – Sweetheart
Various Artists – Inside Llewyn Davis (Original Soundtrack Recording)
Willie Nelson – To All The Girls
Court Yard Hounds – Amelita
The Clash – Hits Back (2 CDs)
We’re at the San Jose Hotel on South Congress for their SXSJ performances. While we gather our coverage and cut some more audio, here are a few songs. We’ll definitely have more by tomorrow.
Merge Records said, “Their music can be classified as 21st-century folk music, imbued with dense shoegaze guitars, nearly melodic rhythms, and impeccable splashes of electronic color.” It’s a pretty spot on description of Baltimore band Wye Oak. After receiving vast critical acclaim for their last album, Civilian (2011), the dynamic duo is coming out with a fresh new sound in their upcoming record, Shriek, set to debut April 29. It contains no guitar, and instead features keyboard covering upper register (guitar-like) parts and bass guitar. The feel has been described as a strange mashup of Mercy-era St. Vincent mixed with a frightening alternative of Annie Lennox’s band, Eurthymics. Wye Oak on Facebook. Wye Oak on Twitter.
Wye Oak graced us with six great songs including tracks from their upcoming release. We have a few pictures too on Flickr.
You might think 9 a.m. is too early to dance, and you might think again when Austin band Bright Light Social Hour takes the stage. Part straight up rock n’ roll, part psychedelic-rock, retro-soul, and electro-dance music, the southern rock foursome will at the very least get your feet a’tappin’ and your head a’bobbin’. Bandmates Curtis Roush (guitar, vocals), Jack O’Brien (bass, guitar, vocals) and Joseph Mirasole (percussion) rocked our world at The Four Seasons during SXSW 2014. TBLSH on Facebook. TBLSH on Twitter.
All six tracks from Thursday’s KUTX showcase are below. They were going to play a 5-song set, but we’re glad they asked and added on “Detroit.” Watch their performance of “Sweet Madeline.” We have a few pictures too on Flickr.
Six high school friends out of Baraboo, WI is how the band Phox began. But as it goes, life got in the way–college, careers, and significant others drove them each in different directions. Until it didn’t. As if by divine intervention, they all ended up back home, and eventually, cohabitating in Madison and making music. Bedroom-recorded tunes and documentary-like footage of the band surfaced garnering them quite a fan base. Their music is whimsical, bohemian, and youthful, with quirky touches like whistling and kazoo. Monica Martin’s voice is airy and dream-like, making you wonder if your feet have left the ground. It’s a perfect fit for the fresh, offbeat background instrumentation. Phox on Facebook. Phox on Twitter.
Their five tracks from Thursday’s KUTX showcase at The Four Seasons are below. Our YT video is their performance of 1936. We have a few pictures too on Flickr. Great stuff … all of it!