PGH Artist of the Week: Blue of Colors
Pittsburgh musician Steve Soboslai makes music for people who feel alive, but then remember they’re going to die.
PGH Artist of the Week: The Moat Rats
Pittsburgh band The Moat Rats call for some “me time” on their new song “Outta Sight.”
PGH Artist of the Week: Kahone Concept
Kahone Concept makes self-doubt shine on the new single “No but Kinda.”
PGH Artist of the Week: Essential Machine
Greensburg’s Essential Machine feel like a massive ball of stress on their new EP “Exponential Crisis.”
PGH Artist of the Week: Kenny Stockard
Kenny Stockard honors his nieces and his late sister on the glorious new album “Chase Chance.”
PGH Artist of the Week: Limousine Beach
Pittsburgh hard rockers Limousine Beach bask in the trash and bring the sizzle on “What If I’m Lyin’.”
PGH Artist of the Week: Moemaw Naedon
Gritty rapper Moemaw Naedon and producer C.Scott soak in Pittsburgh’s awesome environment like a couple of river rats.
PGH Artist of the Week: Cherry Tree
Dormont-based Cherry Tree pop the question on their anthemic new song “Do You Wanna Get Married Tonight?”
PGH Artist of the Week: Melina Bowser
Melina Bowser pulls a Taylor Swift on her poppy summertime anthem “Drown It Out.”
PGH Artist of the Week: Ferdinand The Bull
Pittsburgh indie folk band Ferdinand The Bull grapple with the dual nature of change on “Texas Cigarette.”
PGH Artist of the Week: SUREFIRE
SUREFIRE bring the drama on their new album “On Borrowed Time.”
Live & Direct: Honky-Tonk Jukebox
Hear Jon Bindley and Pete Freeman from the Honky-Tonk Jukebox perfom live at WYEP.
Live & Direct: The Commonheart
Hear some songs from The Commonheart’s forthcoming album, “For Work or Love” performed live at WYEP.
PGH Artist of the Week: Dan Styslinger
Pittsburgh multi-instrumentalist Dan Styslinger keeps things punny and virtuosic on his new album “Greetings From Holiday Park.”
PGH Artist of the Week: TrailHeads
Pittsburgh jam band TrailHeads grapple with life’s soaring highs and crushing lows on the new song “Freedom.”
PGH Artist of the Week: Jordan Montgomery
Pittsburgh rapper and Driving While Black Records CEO Jordan Montgomery skates all over us on the new song “Zamboni,” produced by Big Jerm.
PGH Artist of the Week: The Chad Sipes Stereo
Feeling bad? Feeling good? Either way, Pittsburgh power pop band The Chad Sipes Stereo have a pill for that.
PGH Artist of the Week: feeble little horse
Pittsburgh noise rock band feeble little horse navigate the world of casual relationships on “modern tourism.”
Pittsburgh Artist of the Week: Strange Monsters
Strange Monsters get their mojo back with their new song “Pro.”
Christian Lee Hutson Is No ‘Quitter’
Christian Lee Hutson stops by the studio for a Live & Direct Session with Mid-Day Mix Host, Kyle Smith, in support of his new album, Quitters.
Things Are Great for Band of Horses
Band of Horses returned with “Things Are Great” early in 2022. Ben Bridwell joins Morning Mix host Joey Spehar to talk about the new record.
Pittsburgh Artist of the Week: Caleb Kopta
Caleb Kopta wants to make you cry with his new single “Heart Attack.”
Pittsburgh Artist of the Week: Pat Coyle
Pittsburgh artist Pat Coyle talks through his repressed emotions on the brilliant new album “Relic Of A Rift.”
Pittsburgh Artist of the Week: Kurtosis
Kurtosis is a new project from Pittsburgh musician Kurt Giammattei. Listen to “Love Always Wins” for a little dose of musical medicine.
Pittsburgh Artist of the Week: Steve Seel
Longtime Pittsburgh musician Steve Seel is releasing three albums this year. Listen to “I See Falling” for a bit of “middle-age ennui.”