Tag: Radio
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Posted by Krister Axel
Once there was such a thing as a local newspaper. Krister performs "Weightless Heart" on the Weissenborn from the studio in Medford.
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Posted by Krister Axel
In the fight for economic justice, equality, and a future we can believe in: if the art is good, the world will follow.
image for Indie Space Pop from Southern Oregon. - Slow Corpse: In My Head
Posted by Krister Axel
Puts a smooth guitar hook and a cozy vocal croon together with brassy waves of synthesizer and unctuous groove.
image for Hell's Itch. - My Worst Day in Recent Memory.
Posted by Krister Axel
You won't read much online about it, but hell's itch is no joke. You'll want to rip the skin off your body, just to make it stop.
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Posted by Krister Axel
I think of the parents, the children, the communities. We have to do better. This has to stop. End police violence, now.
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Posted by Krister Axel
It feels good to be a hero. Until you realize that everyone has feelings - even the people you don't like.
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Posted by Krister Axel
A distinctive style of warm & melodic vocal delivery couples with a lifelong commitment towards concise and colorful metaphor.
image for Live Blogging the Coronavirus Outbreak from Ashland, Oregon: Good News, Bad News
Posted by Krister Axel
Our Democracy is on life-support right now. The stakes could not be higher.
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Posted by Krister Axel
It feels increasingly that we are in a post-truth world, that the voice of the people is all but completely muffled, and that we are in a crisis of not having the means to consistently deliver truthful and unbiased information to the average American.