StudioB is starting to roll back into form after many months of spotty releases. The last year was hard on everyone, and the creative community was gut punched as venues closed and artists did whatever they could to remain productive and inspired. This episode features new music from these Richmond-area artists, all released in 2021, much of it worked on during lockdown in 2020.
I’m excited to be working with Habitat For Humanity on the music portion of their “Reflections of Home” series. Habitat stands for what it means to value home and have a safe affordable place to live. They’re featuring what home means to their volunteers, supporters, homeowner and other members of the Richmond community in this series that will take submissions for the community and offer prizes in the fields of art and photography, poetry and short stories, music and cooking.
Local businesses interested in getting involved or offering prizes can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
The full playlist from Saturday’s River City Limits is available on WRIR’s website here:
Check out the playlist below for most of the artists featured on Saturday night’s broadcast. Actual songs played on WRIR Saturday night are included where available, otherwise I substituted another song from the artist. Artists not on Spotify are not included in the playlist.
On today’s StudioB Sleepwalkers are in-studio for conversation and music. We talk about their new record Ages, animation, movies, their gig at The Broadberry, Spacebomb Records, recording and lots more. I also play some music tracks including two from the new Spacebomb Records release, Ages.
I hosted River City Limits, WRIR’s local music show (or, ONE of them, rather) on Saturday night. For the full playlist check out WRIR’s website here.
WRIR is an independent, volunteer-run radio station in Richmond. It plays a wide variety of music and programming including shows with local interest and some syndicated programming from national and global resources.
For a playlist of a number of the songs played, check out this Spotify playlist. You’ll need to log in to Spotify to hear the full songs.