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.
Kyle Meredith talks with Patrick Riley & Alaina Moore about their new record, Ritual In Repeat, in this week’s featured interview.
Our last episode of Q1 2015 offers new cuts from Florence + the Machine, Of Monsters and Men, Blur, Built To Spill, Muse, Django Django, Alabama Shakes, Violent Femmes, and more. If that wasn’t enough, we’ve also got guest appearances from Tennis as well as Geoff Rickly (of Thursday fame) playing guest DJ!
Houndmouth talks with Kyle Meredith about their 2015 LP, Little Neon Limelight, distancing themselves from the “folk scene,” dynamics of writing, new relationships, and Otis Redding.
Our friends Houndmouth join Kyle Meredith to talk Little Neon Limelight, Sean Cannon hangs with Parquet Courts, and we spin new Wire, Dandy Warhols, Young Fathers, Ben Sollee, Laura Marling, Surjan Stevens, and Lydia Loveless covering Prince!
Sarah Jaffe performs a live version of Lover Girl from her 2014 album Don’t Disconnect.
Sarah Jaffe has been having a big year, first landing a vocal hook on the opening track of the new Eminem record, and then releasing the excellent Don’t Disconnect LP. She talks with Kyle Meredith about all of this, as well as human interaction, technology, and much more.
Dig in to this week’s goodies that include new Violent Femmes and They Might Be Giants, Tame Impala, Johnny Marr covering Depeche Mode, and Best Coast. Plus Sarah Jaffe drops by to talk and Motion City Soundtrack guest DJ’s!
The great Joe Henry talks with Kyle Meredith about his new LP, Invisible Hour, religion, running his own label, history, and writing for his sister-in-law, Madonna.