Welcome to the April 30, 2010 episode of Lost & Found Radio where every week we scour the web for 1/2 an hour of brand new music. To listen, you can right click on the link above to download or just click the green play button on the streaming player. Let us know what you think in the comments!

KRCC’s Lost & Found Radio, April 30, 2010

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1. The Starry Saints – Unseen

The Starry Saints was formed in 2009 by former bands of the High Violets, from Portland, OR.

2. The Mighty Have Fallen – A Few More Miles

This is the World Premiere.

3. The Oxygen Ponies – Devotion

AKA Paul Megna, a former NYC actor, he was taught to hold the guitar by Jeff Buckley (who Megna had acted with previously in a production of ‘Woyzeck and Buckley’s last acting performance).

4. Andrew Senna – At Least I Tried

Also a sound designer and composer for film and theater. You can listen to and watch his varied projects at his professional website SennaSound.com

5. Key of Joy – One

AKA Lauren Joy is currently based in Fort Collins, CO.

6. Silver Spring MonkeysDecoder Ring featuring Moji (Free Download)

Silver Spring Monkeys is actually one person, Scott Furtwengler, who used to be in a band in Illinois called Crank based in Carbondale, IL. Moji Abiola is the singer for 2 Dollar Sound based in Houston, TX. Furtwengler actually wrote and recorded “Decoder Ring” back in the eighties and recorded it my band at the time, 138.

7. Scott Luke – You’re the Only One (Free Download) 

 

One Response to Lost & Found, April 30, 2010

  1. daisy says:

    Not sure how I’ve missed this in the past (Fridays are busy, glad if I notice anything), but I just wanted to say how amazing this new program was to listen to. This is WHY I love KRCC in the first place (one of the many reasons)–finding out about new music and expanding my personal music horizons. This takes it a step up which is very cool. Thanks!
    P.S. Your main graphic is so cool, makes me think about what a miracle rainbows really are ;-)

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