WKNCs Brain Trust is a podcast that focuses on having introspective and thought-provoking discussions with guests from across NC State. Hosted by Lucas Marsh, WKNCs Brain Trust has guests share personal experiences and opinions to answer a new thought-provoking question every episode.
The Action Index is a laid-back dive into the corners of the emo genre, all hosted by T-Time
Plover and Greensboro artist Ed E. Ruger discuss his recent album R.O.I. and how it represents the culmination of a journey. Ed’s a bona fide Renaissance man, so they also talked about him having a song in Breaking Bad, making glitch hop, and working with professional wrestlers.
Opening the Episode is Technician New’s Editors, Abigail, Emily and Heidi. They discuss news and events going on around the Triangle. Following the weekly news, Eye On The Triangle has an interview with the co-founders of the Redbud Writing Project. Arshia Simkin and Emily Cataneo speak on their experiences within the NC State MFA program and the Redbud Writing Project.
Hamsata, Alexis and Jeanine discuss balance in their lives. For more, follow On Black. on Instagram.
Plover and Raleigh natives Newman and Benny Okoto discuss their upcoming show at the Fruit, Day Shift, as well as how their recent projects were impacted by the pandemic and manifesting that King’s opens again.
A WKNC podcast that focuses on having introspective and thought-provoking discussions with guests from across NC State. Hosted by Lucas Marsh.
Plover sits down with Lena from Secret Shame to talk about their upcoming record Autonomy and its deeper meanings, along the way getting into the gentrification of Asheville and being a post-post punk band.
Plover and Tongues of Fire frontman and guitarist Lowell talked their most recent record, Burn My Body Clean and how the pandemic helped shape it. They also deep dived into the Asheville house show and punk scene and how Tongues of Fire used to sell hot sauce.
Plover chats with Jonathan Suarez of Small Town Sci-Fi and talks about their recent EP Psycho as well as the California indie scene, folk vs indie rock, and what exactly makes music “sad” anyway.