Queenkv’s Aural Fixations – Episode 26

Filed under: Podcasts — Queenkv October 10, 2008 @ 4:16 pm

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This is the videogame edition of Queenkv’s Aural Fixations. This podcast will take you through the glitchy goodness of videogame soundtracks, level by level. This show features music from Super Mario Brothers, We Love Katamari and more.


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Queenkv’s Aural Fixations – Episode 25

Filed under: Podcasts — Queenkv September 18, 2008 @ 1:34 pm

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My last podcast for the summer and fall is just around the corner. This show features cool, quirky music by Deerhoof, the Killers, Flight of the Conchords and more. Hope you like it!

Playlist
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Green Cosmos by Deerhoof
Album: Green Cosmos [EP]

Change Your Mind by The Killers
Album: Hot Fuss

L’ Homme Dans L’ Ombre by Miss Kittin & The Hacker
Album: First Album

Pro by Cicada
Album: Conformatigmatic

Frodo by Flight Of The Conchords

Out The Sand by Foot Foot
Album: Foot Foot EP

Foot Foot @ UC Davis from Kris Vera-Phillips on Vimeo.

New Slang by The Shins
Album: Garden State

Catfish by Oranger
Album: Dimension Mix

An Ear For Baby by The Thermals
Album: The Body, The Blood, The Machine

Mic Break Music:
Robo-pimping by Cicada
(It looks like he’s going by the artist name, Tettix, now)

Queenkv’s Aural Fixations – Promo for Episode 25

Filed under: Podcasts — Queenkv August 18, 2008 @ 12:38 pm

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It’s Summertime. I mixing more tracks to help folks enjoy the warm weather. In addition to the Shins and Deerhoof, my next podcast will feature music by the Killers, the Thermals and more.



Deerhoof at the Jackpot Saloon, originally uploaded by queenkv.

In 2005, I got the chance to see Deerhoof performing live in Lawrence, Kansas. Good times.

Of course, leave a comment on this site for any requests, thoughts and shoutouts. Thanks for listening!

Queenkv’s Aural Fixations – Episode 24

Filed under: Podcasts — Queenkv August 7, 2008 @ 1:56 pm

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My next podcast from California and I remixed a new open/theme song for Queenkv’s Aural Fixations. The Wizard of Oz quote is a nod to my last 2 years in Kansas. Call and Response’s Rollerskate is a nod to my roots in college radio. It was one of the first songs on my playlists for KALX Berkeley. Good times.

Got any requests, observations or shoutouts? Leave a comment and I’ll get back to you. Promise!

Wish
Artist: Solvent
Album: Elevators and Oscillators

Let Your Mind Be Your Bed
Artist: Felix Da Housecat
Album: Devin Dazzle And The Neon Fever

Lazy
Artist: Freezepop
Album: fashion impression function EP

1982
Artist: Miss Kittin & The Hacker
Album: First Album

All The Humans Are Dead
Artist: Flight Of The Conchords
Album: Flight of the Conchords

What You Waiting For?
Artist: Gwen Stefani
Album: Love. Angel. Music. Baby

L.A.
Artist: Elliott Smith
Album: Figure 8

Mic Break Music
Lord Leopard
Artist: Caribou
Album: The Milk of Human Kindness

Queenkv’s Aural Fixations – Promo for Episode 24

Filed under: Podcasts — Queenkv July 16, 2008 @ 7:19 pm

Just a sample of episode 24 for Queenkv’s Aural Fixations. Solvent, Miss Kitten and so much more.

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By the way, have any comments, thoughts or requests? Just leave comment on this blog!

Thanks for listening!

Queenkv’s Aural Fixations – Episode 23

Filed under: Podcasts — Queenkv July 4, 2008 @ 6:32 pm

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This is my first podcast in a while. We just moved back to California. It’s lovely to be in my home state and closer to my friends and family. This episode has some great tracks by Casiotone for the Painfully Alone. There’s also some love for Kansas: my home for the last two years.

Got any requests? Leave a comment and I’ll see what I can do!

A Normal Suburban Lifestyle Is A Near Impossibility Once You’ve Fallen In Love With An International Spy
Artist: Casiotone For The Painfully Alone
Album: Answering Machine Music

23
Artist: Blonde Redhead
Album: Blonde Redhead

Jacqueline
Artist: Franz Ferdinand
Album: Franz Ferdinand

Here’s Your Future
Artist: The Thermals
Album: The Body, The Blood, The Machine

When The Bridge Toll Was A Dollar
Artist: Casiotone For The Painfully Alone
Album: Answering Machine Music

Mic Break Music:
Homage To Patagonia
Artist: Lemon Jelly
Album: Lemonjelly.ky

Queenkv’s Aural Fixations – Episode 22

Filed under: Music Scene,Podcasts — Queenkv June 4, 2007 @ 12:10 pm

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It’s almost summer time in Topeka. This podcast features live versions of classic favorites from Postal Service and Death Cab for Cutie. This episode also features new favorites…I finally bought a Nouvelle Vauge album. They blew me away when I saw them live at the Hollywood Bowl.

And music by Imogen Heap – a musical genius. During this radio session, she redefines what it means to be a one-woman-band with this beautiful live version of “Just for Now.”

If you have any questions or requests for my next podcast,
e-mail me at: krzza [@] queenkv . org

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Queenkv’s Aural Fixations – Episode 21

Filed under: Music Scene,Podcasts — Queenkv April 6, 2007 @ 11:17 am

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It doesn’t feel like Spring in Topeka…but I suppose we don’t get much of a choice in the cold temps. Today’s episode is about good memories and some rockin’ live music. My cousin saw the Black Eyed Peas in a Vegas concert.

Last weekend, I caught American Catastrophe during the Sonic Spectrum Anniversary Showcase in Kansas City. Good times.

If you have any questions or requests for my next podcast,
e-mail me at: krzza [@] queenkv . org

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Playlist: Song – Artist – Album
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Bobby Malone Moves Home – Casiotone For The Painfully Alone – Etiquette

Wither – American Catastrophe – Excerpts From The Broken Bone Choir

Upon This Tidal Wave of Young Blood – Clap Your Hands Say Yeah

If You Go Away (DJ Skymoo Mix) – Shirley Bassey – The Remix Album

Bebot – Black Eyed Peas – Monkey Business

Open Your Eyes – Minus Story – The Captain Is Dead; Let The Drum Corps Dance

Mic Music
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Night Sight – Air – Pocket Symphony

Queenkv’s Aural Fixations – Episode 20

Filed under: Podcasts — Queenkv February 24, 2007 @ 7:11 am

My first show for 2007.
How about that!
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It’s stormy outside and Kansas may see some tornadoes this weekend. Eeck.
So for this show, I wanted fun music. The Electrolettes always rock. I also enjoy Ghosty’s feel-good vibes on Clouds Solve It. I was a little disappointed when I saw them in Lawrence last year. But I dig their studio recordings. Maybe I’ll give them a second chance. Maybe.

If you have any questions or requests for my next podcast,
e-mail me at: krzza [@] queenkv . org

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Playlist

Social History of Grief – Electrolettes – Plug Me In
New Year’s Kiss – Casiotone For The Painfully Alone (by Owen Ashworth) – Etiquette
Clouds Solve It – Ghosty (Featuring Wayne Coyne) – Grow Up Or Sleep In
High Fives – Four Tet (by Kieran Hebden) – Everything Ecstatic
Let Your Mind Be Your Bed – Felix Da Housecat – Devin Dazzle And The Neon Fever
Sleeping In – The Postal Service (by Benjamin Gibbard) – Give Up

Mic Break Music

Hunters – State Of Bengal – Visual Audio

Queenkv’s Aural Fixations – Episode 19

Filed under: Podcasts — Queenkv November 25, 2006 @ 5:40 am

My Thanksgiving podcast…looking back at home in California.
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I had a lovely meal with my honey and Daisy – chicken adobe, Indian potatoes and Mark baked a pumpkin pie. I sampled several tracks from this episode in my car, on my way to work. I popped in some Mates of State for a nod to my current home state of Kansas. But this group also moved to San Francisco. Someday, I’ll follow in their footsteps – I hope. Bonnie Somerville’s “Winding Road’ hit a chord with me. Her lyrics talked about seeing the ocean and California.
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