Welcome to The Weekly Feed!

It's a one hour specialty show hosted by Kyle Meredith from the WFPK studios in Louisville, KY. We find the newest, best, and most discussed tracks making waves across the net and compile them all into a mixtape bent on keeping you up-to-date.

The Weekly Feed x Nickel Creek

2014 October 18
by kyle

What a week for new music! David Bowie went free-jazz, The Flaming Lips cover The Beatles (with Miley Cyrus & Moby), Noel Gallagher returns with his High Flying Birds, Robert Pollard ditches Guided By Voices for his new Ricked Wicky, and Cat Stevens teams with Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy! Plus, Kyle is hanging with Nickel Creek and Sean welcomes The Handsome Family in. So yeah, more than enough reason to dig in.

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Interview: Laura Jane Grace

2014 October 16
by kyle


Six albums in, Laura Jane Grace and the gang have given us quite possibly the best Against Me! full-length to date. With the record comes a newfound freedom for Laura Jane as well, considering this is her first since coming out as transgender two years ago. She and Sean Cannon talk about the transition, her early years in punk, and 90 Pound Wuss. Plus she performs an acoustic version of “True Trans Soul Rebel.”

The Video Feed: Against Me!

2014 October 15
by kyle

Against Me! has received a ton of attention, but it’s less to do with their new record than frontwoman Laura Jane Grace coming out as transgender. Kyle Meredith dives into the story from backstage at Forecastle Festival as well as the stories behind the songs on Transgender Dysphoria Blues.

The Weekly Feed x Against Me!

2014 October 11
by kyle

We’re diving into the last part of the year with a whole lotta goodies. Eddie Vedder covering John Lennon, Escort covering St. Vincent, and Pity Sex covering Pixies. Sufjan Stevens collabs with Cat Martino, Thom Yorke drops a new solo cut, and Dale Earnhardt Jr Jr gives a tribute to James Dean. All that, and Against Me! take over the show. It’s all happening. Dig in.

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The Weekly Feed x Best of 2014 (part 3)

2014 October 7
by kyle

Another three months, another chance to shine a light on the biggest cuts of the quarter. Dig in for an hour’s worth of the most worthy, plus some of our favorite interviews, including Sean Lennon, Dwight Yoakam, and Deltron 3030!

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Interview: Andrew Bird

2014 October 2
by kyle

1738069-andrew-bird-617-409Sean Cannon didn’t have long to chat with Andrew Bird during Bonnaroo, but thankfully he had something to dive right in with: his new album, full of songs written by The Handsome Family (whose music you may recognize thanks to “True Detective”). It’s out now, and it’s called “Things Are Really Great Here, Sort Of…”

Interview: Ray Lamontagne

2014 September 30
by kyle

The Weekly Feed x Ray Lamontagne

2014 September 26
by kyle

A standup week that includes the newest Prince, Weezer, and the first record from Damien Rice in 8 years. On top of that, I’ve totally fallen for the new Beach Slang and Two Inch Astronaut.  Definitely dig into those.  Oh, and don’t miss our guests!  Ray Lamontagne talks Supernova and Andrew Bird spins The Handsome Family.

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Interview: Cameron Esposito

2014 September 25
by kyle


Cameron Esposito made just one pick for her guest DJ set, and it was a doozy. Not only because it flowed perfectly into our conversation beforehand, but also because it involves one of the most iconic moments in the history of show tunes. – Sean Cannon

The Video Feed: Local Natives

2014 September 23
by kyle

Local Natives wrapped up a banner run behind their sophomore record, Hummingbird, but not before dropping in for a chat with Kyle Meredith to discuss the rough patch they had preceding the LP, the comedown after touring, and news on their next album.