Killing Sasquatch Freeform Radio

New episode of Killing Sasquatch Radio on Freeform Portland 90.3fm aired today and you can listen to it below! Catch me again in two weeks on the air or online at freeformportland.org.

You can also check out the track list and skip the voice over on my Spotify playlist.

Freeform Portland

Earlier today we had our debut on live radio here in Portland. The station that our show is on is Freeform Portland, 90.3 fm, and the show runs every other Friday from 10am-12pm PST. Freeform is an amazing collaboration of volunteers that love sharing music, and we are super excited to be working with them! If you don’t live in Portland you can always stream live at freeformportland.org or download the episode afterwards here on our site. The playlist is also available on Spotify. Thank you for the support and enjoy.

Part 1

Part 2

Coastlands

Hey everyone we’re back after a brief hiatus with some new music from Portland’s own Coastlands. Their new album is called To Be Found. The post-rock group has been playing together for the last couple of years, and this new album is incredibly dynamic. Coastlands uses a lot of grungy guitars along with great drumming that includes a lot of cymbals. To Be Found is a great album for those who love Explosions in the Sky, though Coastlands is not as ambient. The whole album is super well constructed, it sounds like driving the coastal highways in the Pacific Northwest. Highly recommended to all those post-rock lovers out there.

Wooden Indian Burial Ground

New music from Portland outfit, Wooden Indian Burial Ground. Their new full length is called How’s Your Favorite Dreamer?. It’s a journey of experimental psycho-billy rock that pushes the boundaries of psych-rock. WIBG brings out the inner freak right off the bat. Their sound is derived from ear-crushing guitars, hoppy vocals, and overall wobbly chaotic drive that comes from the drums and keys/organ. How’s Your Favorite Dreamer? is one of the best that has come out of Portland this year. The album starts off with two absolute bangers, then slows down for a second to give you a break before getting back into it with “Spazz Pony.” Wooden Indian Burial Ground has more subdued/experimental tracks on this album than their previous full lengths. These guys make an incredible live show so be sure to check them out, and let your freak flag fly with Wooden Indian Burial Ground.