13 episodes

Through 2008-2010, Pete Wright (http://rashpixel.com/) and Curt Siffert (http://curtsiffert.com/) introduced a new singer/songwriter from in and around Portland, Oregon in each episode. All recordings were staged in Curt's living room in North Portland, all sitting performed on his red couch.

In 2010, Curt and Pete moved apart and the show was put on permanent hiatus. Each episode is archived here for good measure and posterity.

Good talk. Great music. All free.

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    • 5.0, 12 Ratings

Through 2008-2010, Pete Wright (http://rashpixel.com/) and Curt Siffert (http://curtsiffert.com/) introduced a new singer/songwriter from in and around Portland, Oregon in each episode. All recordings were staged in Curt's living room in North Portland, all sitting performed on his red couch.

In 2010, Curt and Pete moved apart and the show was put on permanent hiatus. Each episode is archived here for good measure and posterity.

Good talk. Great music. All free.

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
12 Ratings

12 Ratings

Widerwake ,

LOVE these guys

Bravo! This is exactly what podcasts are for: free programming of wonderful material, delivered with no agenda or commercial interruption. The hosts of this program have a relaxed, folksy style full of insight and humor that really draws their guests out, and that just makes for better music. As a result, I have this sense I'm right there with them enjoying remarkable talent in my own livingroom, shared with the intimacy only a wide-open song writer can provide. Awesome. I'm ready for the radio show!

Hablo canciones ,

One of my favorite casts

I have found some of my favorite new music from this cast. I tell most everyone about it! Give it a listen, you won't be disapointed.

Lil' Tommy ,

There should be more podcasts like this!

This podcast is FANTASTIC! What a great way to get connected to bands that are currently flying under the radar. Judging from the talent on display, they won't be flying low for long. This podcast is like a cheat-sheet for cool new music. Also, the interviews are both insightful and (at times) disarmingly funny. The makers of this podcast deserve a lot of respect for taking the time to shine a spotlight on new music, and delivering it in such a professional and enjoyable way. I love it!

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