I’m biased, being that it’s my radio show and all, but I think this week’s installment of Ozmosis has some good music on it. Cold War Kids, Sir Sly, Swim Deep, Stone Foxes — just to name a few. Locals The Unbelievable are the Tioga-Sequoia “Drink Local, Listen Local” band of the week. If that all sounds tasty, then listen to the podcast below. Remember to catch new episodes of Ozmosis every Sunday night at 9 p.m. on New Rock 104.1.
Fill your ears with the new Ozmosis podcast. It’s a mixture of new music and some favorites from 2012. Ozmosis listeners, let me know what your favorite tracks of 2012 were and I’ll play them in the next episode. This time around, I featured Niilo Smeds as the Tioga-Sequoia Brewing Co. “Drink Local, Listen Local” artist of the week. Catch him Saturday night with Rademacher and Ornery Ones at Fulton 55 for an Ugly Sweater Party and holiday benefit. Listen to the podcast below and catch new episodes of Ozmosis every Sunday night at 9 p.m. on New Rock 104.1.
On the latest Ozmosis podcast, I’m joined by Josh Paul — the former Daughtry bass player and Clovis resident. We talk about his departure from the band, what he’s up to now and premiere a song from his new band, Bobby Church.
There’s also the usual assortment of cool music that you don’t hear too much of on the local radio waves. Listen to the podcast below and catch new episodes of Ozmosis every Sunday night at 9 p.m. on New Rock 104.1.
This week’s Ozmosis episode introduces you to a number of fresh new artists, such as Cayucas (playing Saturday night at The Cellar Door), ZZ Ward, Sheppard, plus new local group Natural Thrills, who is the Tioga-Sequoia “Drink Local, Listen Local” band of the week. Catch them tonight playing for free at Fulton 55.
Listen to the podcast below and catch new episodes of Ozmosis every Sunday night at 9 p.m. on New Rock 104.1.
This week on Ozmosis: New music from Gold Fields, Bat for Lashes and Crystal Castles. I introduce you to Sr. Sly, a cool new band outta L.A., feature Copper & Glass and play something from NO, an L.A. band with ex-Fresnan Mike Walker in it. As always, there’s some great music on the podcast that didn’t make the Sunday airing.
Enjoy the podcast and listen to new episodes of Ozmosis Sundays at 9 p.m. on New Rock 104.1.
Apologies that the podcast didn’t go up yesterday as usual. We were having some issues with the site. But here it is. The new episode has a bunch of fresh music for you to explore, including Capital Cities, Elle King and Django Django. Carpe Noctem is the Tioga-Sequoia “Drink Local, Listen Local” band of the week, and local bands Pro Wings and Sci-Fi Caper also get a spin leading up to Friday’s Spanspek Festival, at which they’ll both be playing.
Enjoy the podcast and tune in at 9 p.m. Sunday for a new episode of Ozmosis on New Rock 104.1.
If you listened to the show live on Sunday night, you’ll be happy to know there are a few more songs on the podcast for you to check out. Enjoy the podcast and tune in at 9 p.m. Sunday for a new episode of Ozmosis on New Rock 104.1.
Enjoy the podcast below and tune in at 9 p.m. Sunday for a new episode of Ozmosis on New Rock 104.1. It’s gonna be a great show next week. Fierce Creatures join us. We’re talking about their new album, their CD release party and offering the radio premiere of a few tracks.
Tonight’s show is the Birthday Bash for New Rock 104.1 and it also features Unwritten Law and local band Session. Tickets will be available at the door for $34. Gates open at 6 p.m. And seating is general admission, if you’re the type to line-up.
I’m excited to finally bring everybody podcast versions of my weekly radio show on New Rock 104.1. I’ll be posting these each Wednesday. So whether you missed the show or just want to listen again (please do!), this is for you. Look out for podcast-only bonus songs too. There are a few this week.
These week’s show included new music from Yeasayer, Pop ETC and Jeff The Brotherhood, plus some 90s indie rock throwbacks, for a reason that’s explained in the show. So listen below and remember: New episodes air Sundays at 9 p.m.