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A Minute To Play, A Second To Listen

Album cover art courtesy The Syndicate

Saturday, February 22

We’ll hear selections from Twist The Lens, the latest by The Pedaljets as well as selections from Lilly Hiatt’s upcoming album, Walking Proof.

Monday, February 24

Never Not Together is the latest from Nada Surf and the band’s ninth LP. Listen for music from that release as well as selections from As We Go Wandering by Possessed By Paul James.

Tuesday, February 25

Founded by Josh Haden, Spain has enjoyed critical acclaim and a loyal fanbase during its lifetime. We’ll hear music from the group’s 2014 release, Sargent Place, which features Haden’s father, bass legend Charlie Haden, on the track “You and I.” Plus: Selections from the elder Haden’s work with Ornette Coleman on the landmark 1961 album This Is Our Music.

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'Surrender Your Poppy' from Guided By Voices

Wednesday, February 26

Surrender Your Poppy Field is the latest release from the ever-prolific Guided Voices. We’ll hear selections from it as well as from A Minute To Pray, A Second To Die, the 1981 album by Los Angeles’ the Flesh Eaters.

Thursday, February 27

Gigaton is the upcoming release from Pearl Jam. Listen for music from that recording as well as selections from Kingdom in My Mind, the latest from The Wood Brothers.

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Credit David McClister
Lilly Hiatt photographed by David McClister

Friday, February 28

Released in 1990, Time’s Up is the second album from New York City’s Living Colour and features guest appearances from James Earl Jones, Little Richard, Queen Latifah and Doug E. Fresh. We’ll hear music from that recording as well as music from Bob Mould’s 1989 solo debut, Workbook.

Credit album cover art courtesy Tami Neilson
Tami Nelson's 'CHICKABOOM!'

Saturday, February 29

We’ll preview our March featured artists, Tami Neilson and Lilly Hiatt.

Jedd Beaudoin is host/producer of the nationally syndicated program Strange Currency. He has also served as an arts reporter, a producer of A Musical Life and a founding member of the KMUW Movie Club. As a music journalist, his work has appeared in Pop Matters, Vox, No Depression and Keyboard Magazine.