The Ongoing History of New Music, episode 828: USS, In Their Own Words Part 1

Yes, of course–but not like this. Don’t forget that you can get the podcast version of this podcast through iTunes or wherever you get your on-demand audio. Has their story been told before? This, by the way, is a great option for American listeners who are prevented from listening to the show live because of geo-blocking,

We’re still looking for more affiliates in Calgary, Kamloops, Kelowna, Regina, Saskatoon, Brandon, Windsor,  Montreal, Charlottetown, Moncton, Fredericton, and St John’s and anywhere else with a transmitter. Maybe you scour things like their official bios, their Wikipedia pages, the entries on Allmusic.com, and maybe read through as many interviews and articles as you can. But if there are just two people, then it’s a little easier. If you’re in any of those markets and you want the show, lemme know and I’ll see what I can do. But what if there was a way to get more? The Ongoing History of New Music can be heard on the following stations:

102.1 The Edge/Toronto – Sunday night at 7
Live 88-5/Ottawa
107.5 Dave-FM/Kitchener
FM96/London – Sunday night at 7, Monday night at 11
Power 97/Winnipeg (Sunday nights at 11)
Rock 97.7/Grand Prairie – Sunday nights at 6. Touring schedules, recording commitments, and the whole matter of life gets in the way. Here is USS in their own words, part 1
Songs on this episode:
USS, Medicine
USS, Yo Hello Hooray (Everyday)
Thred, Ties of Affinity
Quixonic, Funkflash
Dred Bass, Bittersweet Symphony
Team of Captains, Om Sweet Om
USS, Hollow Point Sniper Hyperbole
USS, Laces Out
Eric Wilhite has put together this playlist for us. All that is fine. If you’re a fan of a particular artist, you want to know everything you can about them. Sonic 102.9/Edmonton
The Zone/Victoria
The Fox/Vancouver
Live 105/Halifax
WAPS/WKTL The Summit/Arkon, Canton, Cleveland, Youngstown The show runs at 11 am Sunday. With a bit of wrangling, I managed to get Ash and Jay from USS together in the same studio at the same time. That’s all great in theory, but it’s awfully difficult to get everyone in one place at one time. Hopefully, you get the unvarnished truth told from the heart by the people who are actually making the music. When it comes to telling the story of an artist, it is always best if you get the artist to tell you as much of it as they can themselves.
The Ongoing History of New Music, episode 828: USS, In Their Own Words Part 1