KXSC Sound Sounds 12.21.2016

2016 may have been a rough year in a lot of ways, but sometimes a little strife is good for art, because it was a great year for new music. It was very hard to try and whittle down the hundreds upon hundreds of songs that I played on my show this past year down to the top 100, and I was only able to let go of the last few by putting them on this runner's up playlist. Here's a hand full of songs that almost made my top 100, but are still totes bae.

Looking for some morning inspiration? Tune in to Sound Sounds with Sachi Subterranean and discover new music from a range of genres from house to folk, post-punk to ambient, and everything in between. Each week I listen to all the new releases, handpick the choicest tracks, and lovingly craft them into playlists for music fans with curious minds and open ears. Come find your new favorite artist to obsess over with me!

Brought to you by KXSC.org, the student-run radio station of the University of Southern California.

I broadcast live from 7:30 to 8:30am PT (GMT -7) every Wednesday. You can stream the show at KXSC.org or by downloading the TuneIn App to your phone and searching for 'KXSC Radio' (click that heart button, yo!).

Podcasts and playlists of each show will be posted on this very fine interweb publication within a week of airing, lik dis:

1. Let’s Go Out by Alex Lahey
2. Kings of Summer by ayokay, Quinn XCII
3. 13 Kinds by The Bones of J.R. Jones
4. Queen of Them All by The Cactus Blossoms
5. Trying Not to Love YoubyCaroline Smith
6. Not Enough by Demo Taped
7. Upbeat Feelgood by Foy Vance
8. Hometown by Haley Bonar
9. Give Me a Reason by Jagwar Ma
10. Near to The Wild Heart of Life by Japandriods
11. No Matter What by Little Monarch
12. Love Like That by Mayer Hawthorne
13. Reminder by Moderat
14. Cold To See Clear by Nada Surf
15. Stone Blind by Smooth Hound Smith
16. Signal by SOHN
17. The Best Crew by Tep No
18. Rivers by The Tallest Man On Earth

Or you can follow me on Spotify where I keep playlists for every show. Though of course, listening on Spotify will cause you to miss the sweet sound of my voice in the talk-breaks ;)