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Hey! We’ll be back soon! Been busy collecting so we can run a whole spring and summer without stopping publication. See you next week with an all new episode!
Jacob is on the east coast writing, and we’ve been swamped in the kitchen at work. Got the newest selections from the past six months widdled down to the gems, so we’re ready to go. Be back on air next … Continue reading
The Sanctuary. Congratulations Donnie and Bill! Here’s one for the memories. Great times in the big city! Family, friends, music, food, beer and marriage. Press Play Here, under these words. Track list: 1) Intro/ Knock Me A Kiss – Louis Jordan … Continue reading
by Jacob Sunderlin Turns out the number one google search that results in people clicking on this site is “Kama Sutra Indiana.” WHAT UP. No long preamble here, I’ve just got some head-splitters to share: Collected some songs after thinking … Continue reading
by Jacob Sunderlin When Ryan Puetz’s CD book got stolen from his truck the summer we were driving from the celery bog to Otterbein every morning to work with his cousin laying brick, we only had what was in the … Continue reading
Mike sat down with Jordan Banks and Duane Chew of Lafayette’s YEARS in a vintage camper to discuss their new album (It Can Kill), the android we all know as John Davey, and the complexities surrounding ‘Battle of the Bands’ competitions. … Continue reading
Thanks for checking out Episode #27. This edition of Dancefloor Mountain explores the Psychedelic Country realm as well as a few straight Psychedelic tunes. We hope you enjoy this episode. See you later! Dedicated to Chris Grosso and Morgan Wright. … Continue reading
Prewar jazz had a different life all its own. Small unit bands littered the American South’s landscape and quickly made their way to the midwest and further. Jazz greats played with no-names and musicians recorded on one another’s records. Most … Continue reading