Tag Archive for: #interview
Meet John Thomas, our Programming Technical Lead! John is one of our behind-the-scenes whizzes who helps us keep music, podcasts, promos and everything in between on the air when DJs aren’t live.
John started volunteering in 2016, when he … Continue Reading
She’s Speaking – LIVE celebrates women’s voices with eight songwriters November 7 at Alberta Rose Theatre.
With new music and a new video on the horizon, we were thrilled to get the chance … Continue Reading
On our latest drop-in session, we got to know three members of the Minidoka Swing Band: band leader and clarinet/alto sax player Larry Nobori, vocalist Nola Sugai Bogle, and guitarist Doug Katagiri. Together – along with the rest … Continue Reading
On the latest Drop-In Session, trumpeter, composer and educator Noah Simpson sits down with fellow trumpeter Cyrus Nabipoor to discuss his musical upbringing, the American Refrain educational outreach program, and his plans for an upcoming EP.
Raised in Arizona and … Continue Reading
A southeast Portland store, AstronautSaint Records, is offering signed collectors albums, posters, merchandise, and more in their on-line charity auction to help support the work of The Jeremy Wilson Foundation.
The wonderful, warm and talented founders of the Portland-based band Starover Blue stopped in to play us some tunes and talk about their upcoming show during a Drop-In Session at the studio this week. Partnered duo Kendall Sallay-Milotz (vocals and … Continue Reading
Portland is making international news again – this time for our abundance of music festivals – and we’re happy to report the Rolling Stone France article, October edition, gave PRP a mention.
In town for Pickathon, the pride and joy … Continue Reading
Ellia and Jeff of the duo Charming Disaster have been touring nearly all year, for most of every month, and now they are gracing Washington, Oregon & California with their dark, witty and cerebral “goth-folk” music. On this SoundCloud clip … Continue Reading
Filmmaker, Portlander, and founder of Big Kid Films, Leslie Bloom stopped by Subculture to chat with host Veronica Bisesti about her incredible independent film “Woodstock or Bust”. We talked music, heard how soon-to-be megastars Meg Delacy and Willow … Continue Reading
It’s not often you get to talk to your musical idols…I am a punk rock girl at heart, a huge fan of X and have long said my safe place is in a mosh pit. So imagine my glee when … Continue Reading
Nothing stops Louis Pain in debuting to the world jazz organ instrumentals at their finest. Not even a major heart attack! Just a mere 12 days after suffering a massive heart attack, Louis, and his beautiful wife Tracy, joined Veronica … Continue Reading
Last week on the show I got to hang out with the Portland based electronic synth pop duo, Cloudlines. We spent the evening playing their influences and talking to them about their creative process. Some of the band’s influences … Continue Reading
It was such fun to have singer-songwriter, Hayley Lynn on Sounds of PDX. We talked about Hayley’s musical influences – and working with Portland producer, Kyle Devine. Kyle and Hayley recently released a 12 track LP called Bring … Continue Reading
About a month after releasing his latest LP, Jacob Westfall joined me on the program. During the show we listened to some of Jacob’s biggest influences including John Mayer, Bon Iver, Brandi Carlile and more. Our listeners got to hear … Continue Reading
On this episode of the show I spoke with Michael Jonas of Rational Unicorn Legal Services LLC. As my listeners know I like to dive into all angles of the music business so here was my chance to pick … Continue Reading
On the heals of releasing his new single Retrograde Now, recording artist LEO ISLO joined me on the show. During the broadcast LEO ISLO shared some of his influences including SG Lewis, Toro y Moi, Jai Paul, and more. … Continue Reading
A month before the release of their Train LP, Green Mountain Guild stopped by the station to talk about the new album and their plans for 2019. The band was kind enough to give our listeners an early listen to … Continue Reading