Author: Evan Harms
Black Squirrel Radio is so much more than just the DJs who host shows- there are dozens of staffers who help everything run smoothly. One of the teams behind the scenes is the multimedia staff, who photograph concerts, record live sessions, make promotional material for the station, and more. We give our multimedia crew a […]
Born and raised in Kent, Trick is one of the newest chapters in the city’s musical history. Enjoy their 90s-style blend of indie and pop-punk with a handful of minimalist performances from the Soda EP, released in September. The videos are below, and you can head to their bandcamp here.
Black Squirrel Radio DJ Deep Cut Dave does a rare, secretive interview about the craft of deep cuts, gems and b-sides. Warning: things get emotional.
Black Squirrel Radio is happy to present the first installment of Show of the Week videos featuring sports show Fitz and Spinell. You can hear them live on blacksquirrelradio.com every Friday, 10am to noon!
When/Where, an alt/punk band from the Cleveland area, stopped by the BSR lobby in the recent past to record a couple tracks of theirs (plus a cover) with a stripped down setup. Afterwards, we interviewed them about the process of slowly becoming a full band, becoming punk as an angsty young college touree, and good […]
Check out a photographic recap of BSR’s Halloween concert, Ghoul’s Night Out. The show featured Collettine/Witch Church, The Drawing Blanks, Key to the Mint, Splimit and Cave Light in spooky regalia at Michel’s in Kent.
On the first installation of BSR Sessions of the semester, Elyria-based alternative rapper Eliy Orcko performs three unreleased tracks for our listening pleasure. “Only Reason”, “Over”, and “Porch” are all off his forthcoming projects with a range of producers. Check out his performances below, as well as a link to his other music.
For our latest session, Valley Girls traveled intercounty to perform their minimalist noise rock for BSR Sessions, featuring both new unreleased material and a two-parter off their latest album. The videos are linked below, including links to their bandcamp.
At long last, the infamous Akronites’ set is up, long past due after recording in the spring. Despite audio files getting lost in the matrix, we’re still happy to present you with three songs by Backtalk, all off their latest record, Analog Parts. The terrible twosome play “Moving Shadow”, “Reptilian Control System”, and “Simple Rearrangements.”
BSR’s Multimedia staff is open to anyone who wants to document music and entertainment through their own lens. Whether you’re a photographer, videographer, sound person, or multimedia boundary-pusher, we want your talent to not only complement the written work our web staff puts out, but stand on its own. Possibilities include shooting local and touring […]