The Roundabout Archive: Season 8

The episode archive of The Roundabout's 2021 Spring season. Relive the weird running gags, the further benefits of pre-recording, the incomprehensible navel-gazing of a show now has more seasons than most Star Trek series.   February 2nd: Big Generator - Yes...

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The Roundabout Archive: Season 7

The episode archive of The Roundabout's 2020 Fall season. Relive all the remote hosting tech problems, unplanned pauses, and (rarely) actual music, all at your own convenience.   September 19th: Relayer - Yes   October 3rd: Sings - Patty Waters (and also...

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The Roundabout Archive: Season 1

The first semester of The Roundabout had super sketchy production on several weeks (100% my fault), so there are parts of the audio that don't sound quite right.   October 2nd: Animals-Pink Floyd   (Technical issues led to a big gap here. On October 9th, I...

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Fictional Attachments S2E1: Eggsy

It has been another week of Fictional Attachments (the radio show where all of your favorite characters are brought to life by their musical inspirations). This week was inspired by young London gentleman spy Eggsy from the Kingsman movie series. Eggy's inspiration...

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KHDX Interviews Dent May

Dent May’s set at KHDX’s Hat Trick Music Festival was perfectly placed between the soulful hip-hop of Black Milk and the jazz-funk explorations of Moon Hooch. The Dent May sound veers from funk to show-tune romance to psychedelic harmonic sweetness; his music feels...

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We are Moon Hooch!

Moon Hooch is a Brooklyn-based trio made up of James Muschler, Mike Wilbur, and Wenzl McGowen.  The three first met while attending New York School for Jazz and Contemporary Music. The band's unique sound, crafted by a simplistic combination of two saxophones and a...

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Swoon City 9/25: “Soul” and That Good Ache

Listen to the full podcast here: https://soundcloud.com/swooncity/ultimate-heartache-playlist I can't help but wag my tail at the act of putting music into genres. It's a somewhat vain and private pleasure to feel incisive enough to peel back the layers of a song to...

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