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.
An embarrassment of riches, that’s what we have this week! New TV On the Radio, Interpol, Cass McCombs, Prince, Stars, & Mark Lanegan. Plus comedian Todd Barry guest DJs for us, and the amazing Jenny Lewis drops by to hang out for a bit.
Spoon’s Brit Daniel & Alex Fischel dropped by Kyle Meredith’s set backstage at Forecastle to talk They Want My Soul, a band’s relationship to fans, interjecting madness into beauty, and AC/DC.
Welcome back to another wonderful week here in new music land. We’ve got a smorgasbord of only the freshest tunes for your obsessive enjoyment. Tracks from Ms. Lauryn Hill, Thurston Moore, & The Features. You’ll also want to pay attention to the exquisite cover that Nite Jewel tackles from the catalog of Kate Bush, as well as Real Estate covering The Nerves.
For further enticement, Britt & Alex from Spoon are here to hang out, and comedian Rory Scovel takes his turn as guest DJ. So don’t delay, push the button play.
Not only did Richard Hell belong to the blank generation, he helped create it. He and Sean Cannon talked about what it was like to become a punk rocker when there was no punk rock, his transition from full-time musician to full-time author, and what it was like to condense his entire universe into a book (his recent autobiography, “I Dreamed I Was a Very Clean Tramp”).
Dwight Yoakam is a man who’s always got a lot going on. The country legend sat down with Kyle Meredith to discuss his new on-camera moment in CBS’s Under The Dome, the state of country music, his history, and his next record.
What an incredible week! New Leonard Cohen and Johnny Marr. A supergroup of Elvis Costello, Jim James, Marcus Mumford, Taylor Goldsmith, Rhiannon Giddens & T Bone Burnett resurrect old Dylan & The Band songs. Nicole Atkins covers Springsteen, Afghan Whigs cover The Police, and a Flaming Lips side project covers The Beatles.
On top of that, we’ve got country legend Dwight Yoakam as our featured guest and Television’s Richard Hell as our guest DJ!
Will Sheff is a smart dude. If that wasn’t evident from his hyper-literate (and hyperactive) lyrics, the Okkervil River frontman proves it here by displaying his chops as a cultural critic and armchair sociologist. -Sean Cannon
Kyle Meredith catches up with Ben Bridwell from Band of Horses to hear about the band’s next record, what they’re looking for in a record label, Bridwell’s upcoming collaboration with Iron & Wine, and his newfound love for Hot Country.
The English Beat are set to release their first record since 1982 next year. Leader Dave Wakeling took some time on the phone with Kyle Meredith to give us the scoop on the upcoming LP, world politics, Scooby Doo, and much more.