The Local Pop Radio Hour aired for several months every Thursday evening on WCRS in Columbus, Ohio. Local Pop featured the best in original music of various genres, from Columbus Ohio and environs. Download/stream the complete show archive right here. Pat decided to change the show's name back to pat radio. The madness continues at patradio.org.
Videos from recent sessions at Electraplay Productions are below. Full audio of each session can be found to the right under "Recent Programs".
The Black Swans
Bush League All-Stars
Trains Across the Sea
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The Mooncussers are the guest this week on the show. Check them out at the Rumba Cafe, Friday August 13.
Double-header sessions in honor of the releases from both Alwood Sisters and Moon High. Adriana Mundy pitches in with the interview of Alwood Sisters.
Colin Gawel plays four acoustic songs. Alex Kelley tells us about the Goodale Park Music Series, and Meghan Ralston tells us about her photo book, The Hot 17.
Woosley Band plays live in the studio. Chris Sheehan of The Celebrity Pilots and Aaron Bishara of The Wet Darlings join Pat on the phone.
The Kyle Sowashes rule the airwaves this week, playing live, picking tunes, taking names...
The Beatdowns play live in the studio. Philip Kim talks about the Gracehaven House benefit and we hear from its companion compilation cd, And Female And Brave. J. Rhodes talks up his latest project with Homero Cantu called Ripe and Ready.
Tony and James from Electraplay take over and play several songs from the new Town Monster album, entitled Autumn People while they chat with Nick and Mike from The Town Monster
Mors Ontologica play five songs live, from their new double-lp Yesterday's Darlings and the Bohemian Bourgeois. Philip Cogley of The Saturday Giant talks about their first record, You've Heard of Dragons