Tu(n)esday Wrap-Up: J'Ona, 'A Change of Tune' Posters & Movie Music Magic
Missed out on last week's 'A Change of Tune'? Don't know what to expect in the week to come? Here’s your Tu(n)esday Wrap-Up.
Last Sunday’s Mountain Stage was a dream. Between our good friends Ona making their Mountain Stage debut to seeing our first indie music crush Ra Ra Riot synth-pop it out to crushing over Overcoats' unsigned folktronica sound, the show was our favorite musical moment of 2016 (so far, that is). The show will be available on VuHaus and NPR Music in the near future. In the meantime, you can hear our chats with Ra Ra Riot and Ona on our website and listen to Overcoats on our past show playlists.
'A Change of Tune' Feb. 21 Playlist / Downloads:
Speaking of playlists, check out last week's #achangeoftune playlist below and find downloads for most of the songs from our West Virginia public library friends on Freegal.
Alabama Shakes vs. Rolling Stones- “Don’t Want to Miss You No More”
Santigold- “Chasing Shadows”
Andrew Bird- “Capsized”
DIIV- “Is the Is Are”
Matthew White- “Cool Out” feat. Natalie Prass
Qiet- “Daddy’s Too Old”
The Sea The Sea- “Set Us Free”
Ra Ra Riot- “Foreign Lovers”
Weezer- “Thank God for Girls”
Thao and the Get Down Stay Down- “Nobody Dies”
Alex G- “Mary”
Hannah Grace- “Keep Your Love”
The Tulips- “Heroes” (David Bowie cover)
The Week to Come:
- We’re proud to announce that ‘A Change of Tune’ will present our #WVmusic friends The Sea The Sea and Qiet's double album release show this Saturday, February 27 at the Clay Center in Charleston. Find out more about the show here and pick up your tickets here. (Did we mention we'll have 'A Change of Tune' Qiet/The Sea The Sea posters for sale?)
- Speaking of Qiet, we had the pleasure of sitting down with the eclectic rock band’s frontman to chat music and mountains. Keep an eye on our page and our socials for the complete chat when it goes live this Friday.
- In honor of this Sunday’s Oscars ceremony, ‘A Change of Tune’ is heading to the movies! Tune in this Saturday from 10-11pm on West Virginia Public Broadcasting to hear movie music tunes and to win tickets to the West Virginia International Film Festival’s spring film festival and their February 28 Oscar Party.
- Have any music rec's? Send them our way! You can reach the show @achangeoftune on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. And if you’re a fan of #WVmusic discovery, support 'A Change of Tune' by becoming a member of West Virginia Public Broadcasting.