After many months in production, we are pleased to present the pilot episode of Lost and Found Radio, what will initially be a 1/2 hour, web radio show hosted/produced by Matt Stevens and produced/engineered by Noel Black featuring music that can only be found on the web. (Because we began producing this pilot episode many months ago, some of the bands, such as The Antlers, have already been signed to traditional record labels–sorry).

So, beginning next Friday, we’ll bring you the OFFICIAL first episode of Lost and Found Radio. If all goes according plan, we’ll bring you a fresh 1/2 hour episode each Friday thereafter. And we’ll see how it grows from there.

Until we get all the proper legal releases signed, we can only offer Lost and Found as a streaming show, but hope to have it available as a podcast as soon as possible. Whenever possible, we’ll also point toward free downloads and extras in links beneath the shows. Until then, here’s the pilot episode with Matt Stevens and links to follow:

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Welcome to the first pilot episode of Lost & Found Radio, where we get lost on the internet and find new music for you. We orginally recorded this pilot back at the end of October/early November. I found artists that the blogs and online music sites were talking about at the time, and these are those artists:

1) The Antlers – Shiva

2) Atlas Sound – Walkabout (with Noah Lennox)

3) Delorean – Seasun

4) Neon Indian – Deadbeat Summer

5) Tape Deck Mountain – Ghost Colony

6) Venice is Sinking – Ryan’s Song

7) Music Go Music – Warm in the Shadows


3 Responses to Meet Our New Web Radio Show

  1. Alex says:

    Matthew has an uncanny ability to uncover excellent music that appeals a wide variety of listeners. His genuine interest in discovering bands who deserve the recognition they are lacking shows in his dedication to the artist and spreading their music. Could not be more excited about Lost and Found, thank you Matt, and KRCC.

  2. Jeremy says:

    Very nice- definitely an enjoyable listen. I will return/tune in for more.

  3. Dean says:

    What an interesting concept. I like the eclectic nature of the show. Matt sounds a little subdued, but he has a great ear for music. He has found some great gems.


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