Friday at 4:03 PM
From 2011: The Brooklyn band Milagres talks to The Alternate Side's Alisa Ali about the making of its album 'Glowing Mouth.' They also performed a few of the new songs live.
Thursday at 10:33 PM
From 2010: After more than twenty years together, Indigo Girls are definitely no strangers to FUV, and in celebration of the fan-collaborated live album 'Staring Down the Brilliant Dream,' Amy Ray and Emily Saliers came to WFUV to perform a live set and to talk with host Rita Houston.
Wed April 16, 2014 at 11:20 PM
From 2011: The New Jersey band Real Estate decided to use a producer and a professional studio to make its sophomore album, 'Days.' When the guys stopped by FUV's Studio A, the band talked to host Russ Borris about the recording of the new songs, and discussed some of the challenges of being a band from New Jersey.
Tue April 15, 2014 at 10:53 PM
From 2011: She won the 'Best New Artist' Grammy thanks to her hit debut '19,' and followed it with '21' - an album that more than proved that Adele has the voice and songwriting chops to back her continued success. Hear more about the songs on '21' in Adele's conversation with FUV's Rita Houston.
Mon April 14, 2014 at 10:27 PM
From 2012: A.C. Newman deftly juggles his solo career with his band, The New Pornographers, but even he admitted that his album, 'Shut Down The Streets,' might be the release that most successfully bridges both worlds. It was also his most personal album to date, and between live performances at FUV, A.C. spoke with host Kara Manning about family, Woodstock, Neko Case and even honeybees.
Fri April 11, 2014 at 4:03 PM
From 2011: The New Zealand group The Naked and Famous chose their band name as a joke, feeling that they were anything but famous, yet certainly well-clothed. But soon the fame caught up, and during a U.S. tour the band joined The Alternate Side's Kara Manning in Studio A to talk about their album, 'Passive Me, Aggressive You.'
Thu April 10, 2014 at 3:33 PM
From 2011: Four years after her breakthrough album, 'The Reminder,' Feist returned with 'Metals' - a batch of songs featuring Feist's distinct brand of songcraft in a starker setting. In the setting of our Studio A, she and her band (including the trio Mountain Man) performed a few of the songs and talked with FUV's Russ Borris.
Wed April 9, 2014 at 3:03 PM
From 2012: The roots-rocking singer-songwriter Langhorne Slim has a natural ease that permeates his music. His fourth album, 'The Way We Move,' traces his internal path from a romantic break-up to emotional recovery. It does so with a thoughtfulness that is sometimes surprising, given his band's joyful ability to whip up a hootenanny on the spot ? which Langhorne Slim & The Law did during a visit with FUV's Eric Holland.
Tue April 8, 2014 at 3:43 PM
From 2010: Crowded House is one of the most successful groups to come from Down Under, and their lead songwriter Neil Finn was even awarded an Order of the British Empire. The band reunited a few years back, and after releasing the album 'Intriguer,' they stopped by FUV for an in-studio session with host Darren Devivo.
Mon April 7, 2014 at 3:13 PM
From 2011: It's a full Studio A as FUV's Alisa Ali is joined by Portland, Oregon indie-folk orchestra Typhoon, their many instruments, and the swelling sounds of songs from the collective's EP, 'A New Kind of House.'