Great Lake Swimmers brought their eco-conscious indie folk to the KDHX studios to present new interpretations of their latest album, "A Forest of Arms."
From flying saucers to the Freedom Tower, the Jon Spencer Blues Explosion keeps you guessing.
Backlit by a half dozen white discs ringed in a kaleidoscopic rainbow glow and wielding their instruments of psychedelic delight, Unknown Mortal Orchestra brought sounds to life that were less "down the rabbit hole" and more "up the tractor beam."
If you ever tune in to KDHX sometime between 11 p.m. and 1 a.m. Central in the wee hours of Tuesday night and Wednesday morning, you'll hear a smorgasbord of experimental sounds. Psychedelia, drone, lo-fi, freak folk -- any and all could wander through Nathaniel Farrell's "Cure for Pain."
With an airy melody and a vocal range that would make Chris Martin take note, Adam Cleaver crafts an insinuating ballad on "The Salt Mine."
Seven-piece New Orleans rock 'n' rhythm 'n' groove band the Revivalists rev up their sound without losing their Southern soul feel on the new track "Keep Going."