GOBL Radio: June 2018 Highlights

Blue Light Bold June 2018 GOBL

You kids today have it so easy. You got your podcasts that you can listen to at whatever moment your heart desires. When I was your age, we only had radio shows, and if you didn’t listen to it when it came on, you’d miss it forever. Oh, and we had to walk uphill for three miles in the snow to get to school, and we had to walk another three miles uphill in the snow to get back home. You know, because we lived in a small town that looked like an M.C. Escher illustration.

Yes, The Ghost gets it. You want to be able to listen to GOBL Radio on your timeline. Alas, due to all sorts of legal stuffs, Deep Ellum Radio is not able to rebroadcast the show on a podcast at this time. That means to get The Ghost’s deep insights, you’ll have to listen to the show every Wednesday night 7-9 PM CST (or at least catch the rebroadcast Thursday afternoon 1-3 PM). If you just want a taste of what you missed on my show, every month, I do a Spotify playlist recapping some of the best tracks featured during the course of the month. Here’s a little of what you missed out on this month.

  1. Alex, “T.G.F.Y.”
  2. Mitchell Ferguson, “Cry”
  3. Sealion, “Catahoula”
  4. BBQT, “Flatine Luv”
  5. Cut Throat Finches, “You Don’t Write”
  6. Katrina Cain, “Empty Room”
  7. Electrik Ants, “Orbital Insertion”
  8. Francine Thirteen, “Psalm of Lily”
  9. The Belle Sounds, “Like a Villain”
  10. Salim Nourallah, “Relief”
  11. Washed Up Rookie, “No Celebration”
  12. Ducado Vega and Zenya Vi, “I Kandy”
  13. Poppy Xander, “Little Ghosts”
  14. Brave Little Howl, “Stories by the Campfire”
  15. Matthew Logan Vasquez, “Night Forever”
  16. Dead Beat Poetry, “It’s All Been Done Before”
  17. Claire Morales, “No Telling”
  18. Blue Apollo, “Youth”
  19. Bryce Bangs, “Taking a Ride”
  20. Christine Hand, “You’re Not Alone”
  21. The Cover Letter, “Lies”
  22. Goodnight Ned, “We Bloom”
  23. Jacob Furr, “Life Comes at You Fast”
  24. Mañana Cowboy, “Cosmic Lullaby”
  25. Richard Gilbert, “But, Here I Am”
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