91.3fm WYEP: RPM
Summary: RPM is a weekly podcast from WYEP in Pittsburgh featuring music picks that our guests just can't stop listening to. Hear song excerpts and discussion on what's getting the most spins on the CD players and hard drives of the people who make WYEP happen. Hosted by Brian Siewiorek
Our final episode of RPM features new music from Good Old War, Ruth Moody and Ariel Pink's Haunted Grafitti. Thanks to everyone for downloading and supporting us over the years!
This week, Pittsburgh's Meeting of Important People are back with a new EP, Sergio Mendes shows us that he still has some tricks up his sleeves. Plus we'll hear a track from the once-doomed "Dark Night of the Soul" collaboration.
This week, Sam Amidon covers a well-known one-hit wonder, Tift Merritt returns with a new album, and The Divine Comedy return once again.
This week, The Delta Spirit return with a follow-up to their successful debut, Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers return with their first album together in eight years, and Devo return with their first studio album in 20 years! This also marks our 100th episode of RPM, thanks for downloading!
This week, something new from Gogol Bordello, plus debut albums from Audra Mae and Male Bonding.
This week we'll hear a track from Justin Vernon of Bon Iver from the new John Prine tribute album, "Broken Hearts and Dirty Windows", plus a cut from the latest from The National. We'll also introduce you to the L.A. group Sleigh Bells.
This week, the much-discussed new release from Band of Horses, plus new music from across the pond from Laura Marling and Tindersticks.
This week, Three bands with different perspectives of "folk-rock" from 3 different places. England's Mumford & sons, Pittsburgh's Small Cities and Local Natives from Los Angeles.
This week, What do you call a graduate from a canine medical school? New Dr. Dog! Plus new tracks from Anders Osbourne and Owen Pallett (formerly, Final Fantasy).
This week, new music from Pittsburgh's own Colonizing the Cosmos. Plus two songs from new albums produced by people in other bands; Caddliac Sky's latest produced by Dan Auerbach from The Black Keys, and Holly Miranda, who's latest is produced by TV on the Radio's Dave Sitek.
This week, we'll hear a track from a singer/songwriter who calls himself The Tallest Man on Earth, plus new music from the Canadian group Stars, and from Iceland, the new solo effort from Sigur Ros frontman, Jónsi.
This week, the podcast is mostly rootsy with just a little weird thrown in for good measure. We'll hear new music from Black Prairie and Murder By Death, as well as a track from MGMT's psychedelic new release.
This week music from Boston based singer-songwriter Chris O'Brien, the Alejandro Escovedo-produced album from Austin's Amy Cook, and new music from Berkley's The Morning Benders.
This week, new music from the group Wye Oak plus the latest Preservation Hall Jazz Band album featuring many special guests, and an introduction to Lawrence Arabia.
This week we keep it mellow on RPM, with a new album from Peter Gabriel, a new EP from Rachel McCartney and Inara George's latest project, The Living Sisters.