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.
A triple threat in Sebadoh, Folk Implosion, and Dinosaur Jr, the legendary Lou Barlow talks with Kyle Meredith about his long career and what’s to come.
The next to the next to the last episode of The Weekly Feed. Come hang out with Lou Barlow and J Mascis while we spin new Veruca Salt, Courtney Love, Spoon, Jaill, Tegan & Sara, Florence + the Machine, and Sean Lennon.
It’s almost over folks. Get it while it’s hot.
Toby Leaman talks with Kyle Meredith about Dr. Dog’s new live album, Live At A Flamingo Hotel , jamming with Marc Ribot, touring, and their next album.
Down the stretch we come with the final 4 episodes of The Weekly Feed. Get your fill with new Metric, Prince, Giant Sand, Sharon Van Etten, Albert Hammond Jr, and White Reaper. We’ve got Dr. Dog in the interview chair and The Duplass Brothers guest DJing!
Matthew Vasquez of Delta Spirit talks with Kyle Meredith about haberdashery, killing yr idols, his home life in Austin, and news of his first solo record.
5 episodes to go before we close up shop, so get yer good eatin’s now! Tunes from Jason Isbell, Karen O, Jim James, Joze Gonzalez, Future Islands, Freedy Johnston, and Bishop Nehru. Matt Vasquez from Delta Spirit drops by to talk and Ron Funches guest DJs.
MC Taylor of Hiss Golden Messenger talks Lateness of Dancers, his busiest year yet, almost giving up, and talking to the younger version of himself about the future.
6 episodes left until the final episode, so get your fill of The Weekly Feed now! Tracks from Elbow, Spoon, Franz Ferdinand & Sparks, Refused, Ryan Adams, The Flaming Lips and more. Hiss Golden Messenger is also here to talk, and we’ll let Drunk History’s Derek Waters guest DJ!
(apologies for the audio probs) The Lone Bellow sit down with Kyle Meredith to discuss Then Came The Morning, religion and faith in music, life on the road, and metaphorical weather.