Wednesday, 8 - 11pm

Every Wednesday night Juliet Fromholt talks to musicians, filmmakers, and artists from the Miami Valley and beyond and more often than not, you're treated to a set of music performed live in the WYSO studios.  You'll also hear some of the best music from emerging artists and old favorites from around the world. 

Local bands Duderus and DipSpit both infuse humor into their music so the two groups are teaming up to release a split album in September.  The two bands visited the WYSO studios to talk their collaboration and the upcoming release show with Nightbeast.

Duderus and DipSpit will release their split album on September 12th at Canal Public House.  They'll be joined on stage by Nightbeast (who's also releasing an album that night) and Andy D.

Interview edited by Tom Amrhein.

Miami Valley Music Fest is August 1st and 2nd in Troy, Ohio.  Ahead of the festival, a group of performers from the festival bill visited the WYSO studios for an evening of live music to preview the weekend's event.

Featuring performances by:

  • Sharon Lane
  • Tony Herdman Band
  • Hazy & the Rugged Child
  • Melissa and Eric Henry
  • Will C
  • Blackbirds
  • Repeating Arms
  • Scott Lee
  • Lost on Iddings
  • Members of Such a Night

Live music engineered by Juliet Fromholt and Tom Amrhein.

Since their last visit to the WYSO studios, the members of Starving in the Belly of the Whale have been busy preparing a new album, Missionaries and Imposters.  Scott Loy and Lacey Terrell from the band visited WYSO to preview some of the forthcoming album's tracks and talked about the writing and recording process as well as their crowdfunding project.

Starving in the Belly of the Whale will perform Saturday, August 2nd at the Oregon Express.

Pat Carine, Dave Finster, Nora Dunning and Dave Younkin have been performing together as Mad River Railroad for roughly a year and are now recording a debut album and playing lots of live gigs.  The band visited the WYSO studios for a live set on Kaleidoscope and spoke with host Juliet Fromholt about recording, performing and fusing traditional and progressive bluegrass.

Returning guest Dave Obenour joins Kaleidoscope host Juliet Fromholt in studio to talk about some of the artists, new and old, featured in the latest issue of Ghettoblaster Magazine, a national music and culture magazine based in part in Dayton, Ohio.

The latest issue of Ghettoblaster Magazine with Atmosphere on the cover is available now at local stores.  Find Ghettoblaster online at http://ghettoblastermagazine.com/

Dayton natives Scott Soifer and Jordan Hampton have been playing music together since they were teenagers.  Now based in Nashville and performing under the name The Left Hooks, the duo has released Gem City Dialect Volume 1.  The debut album embraces jazz, worldbeat, and rock and roll influences with nods to trip-hop and experimental music.  WYSO's Juliet Fromholt spoke with Soifer and Hampton ahead of their visit to Dayton.

The Left Hooks will perform at Blind Bob's on July 11th.

Jeff Rudolph, Adam Bryant and Brad Gilbert returned to the WYSO studios as Sam At Eleven prepares to release its sophomore album, Holy Hell.  The trio performed a live set on Kaleidoscope and talked about the new album, revisiting old songs, and future plans.

Sam at Eleven will celebrate the release of Holy Hell on July 18th at the Oregon Express. 

Nate Berry and Michael Shine had been playing together since high school, and once they connected with Joe Hamp and Tim Clendenin via Craigslist, Negative Ghostrider was born.  Very quickly the band began collaborating on songwriting and performing live around the Miami Valley.  The members of Negative Ghostrider visited the WYSO studios for a live set on Kaleidoscope and spoke with host Juliet Fromholt about the formation of the band and its sound, writing and recording, and future plans.

Swimming With Sharks are a band made up of both newcomers and mainstays of the Dayton music scene.  Beginning as a vehicle for Brian Whitten's solo material and developing into a more collaborative effort, the band is preparing to bring it's danceable yet lyrically complex music to the local stage for the first time. 

Swimming With Sharks' debut Dayton performance is Saturday, July 5th at Canal Public House.

With a full length album released in April, Akron's Ultrasphinx are hitting the road and heading to Dayton, among other cities, on a summer tour.  Kaleidoscope host Juliet Fromholt spoke with Ultrasphinx bassist Aaron Rogers about writing, recording and touring ahead of the band's local show.

Ultrasphinx will perform at Canal Public House on Wednesday, July 2nd with Dinosaurus, Oh Condor and Arms Race.