This week, Paul talks with Denton duo RTB2 about its new EP, In the Fleshed.
Posts Tagged 'Paul Slavens'
Art Conspiracy turns 5 this year, and Art&Seek is thrilled to be partnering with the group to bring you this year’s event. Today we reveal the location, the bands, the beneficiary and more!
Just a few more weeks of 90.1@Night before I move to the new station, KXT 91.7, and the show becomes the Paul Slavens Show (I’m still getting used to the name change !) This is where you can join the live blog, a great place to make polite comments and give me suggestions of music [...]
Did you attend the live performance of Philip Glass’ Dracula score on Saturday at the Winspear Opera House? KERA’s (and soon to be KXT’s) Paul Slavens did, and he sends along this review.
Now it can be told. When you tune into the new KXT, Gini Mascorro and Joe Kozera will be your hosts. Gini is the station’s music coordinator. She’ll also host the weekday KXT Morning Show and KXT Texas Mix on Fridays. If you’re an Art&Seek fan, you’ll recognize Gini’s voice, and her editorial guidance, on [...]
Good evening!! Tonite I am going to devote the second half of the evening to a Halloween theme. Dont worry, this is the one time of the year that I will let myself do a theme. Every Halloween I have played Brave Combo’s Jeff Barnes reading the Raven by Edgar Allen Poe, with background music [...]
“Track By Track” appears every other week on Art&Seek. During the podcast, Texas musicians play their new albums and discuss what went into making them with KERA “90.1 at Night” host Paul Slavens.
Hello everyone, I think I have a real good show for you tonite. Sorry I can no longer post the playlist before the show anymore, but it will be up asap afterwards. This is where you can make your polite comments and suggestions for music. Hey y’all, make sure you warn me about explicit lyrics, [...]
Jason Janik braved the trenches of this year’s Austin City Limits Festival. However, it’s moments like the one in this video that he shot that make mud, slush, rain and crowds seem like skipping through a dewy meadow. Sarah Jaffe, yet again, wowed audiences (including the Rolling Stone bloggers) with an all-star cast on stage, [...]
This week, Paul talks with Josh Hendrick about Exhale, the new album from his namesake band, Hendrick.