Tuesday, November 22, 2016

Go For A Ride

Go For A Ride. Hub Radio Show for Monday November 21, 2016. View the completely mobile playlist for 11-21-16 (CLICK HERE)

Slaughter Beach, Dog , Slothrust, Car Seat Headrest, Parquet Courts, Sleigh Bells

While the origins of this made-up holiday are unknown, we can safely assume that it encourages people to get out of the house and take a ride. Go For a Ride Day is the perfect excuse to explore parts of your neighborhood and town that you have never seen before or to take a long, aimless road trip across the state or country

Tuesday, November 15, 2016

Loosen Up, Lighten Up

Lighten Up, Loosen Up. The Hub Radio Show for Monday November 14, 2016. View the completely chill playlist for 11-14-16 (CLICK HERE)

El Vy, Jim James, Rogue Wave, Matt Pond PA, Pavo Pavo

To celebrate today, start by letting go of those things causing unnecessary stress. Start the day by not worrying about being late for work. If you must, take things in your own time, drive casually without rushing through traffic and, if someone cuts you off – just laugh it off and continue on your journey. Today you should let go of the things that normally drive you up the wall – let it slide and be free of the pain and worry – even if it is just for one day.

Tuesday, November 8, 2016

I Got Nothin'

I Got Nothin'. The Hub Radio show for Monday November 7, 2016. View the completely hirsute playlist for 11-7-16 (CLICK HERE)

Jim James , Lambchop, Piers Faccini, Pavo Pavo, Slaughter Beach, Dog

The truth is, people don’t remember most conversations, so it’s useless having something great to say every time it is your turn to talk. Instead, you have to practice speaking without thinking. This lets you relax and enjoy conversations more because you now just say whatever “feels” right.

Tuesday, November 1, 2016

Halloween 2016

Halloween. The Hub Radio Show for Monday October 31, 2016. View the completely spooky playlist for 10-31-16 (CLICK HERE)

American Football, Teenage Fanclub, Hiss Golden Messenger, The Jayhawks, Wilco

Straddling the line between fall and winter, plenty and paucity, life and death, Halloween is a time of celebration and superstition. It is thought to have originated with the ancient Celtic festival of Samhain, when people would light bonfires and wear costumes to ward off roaming ghosts.