Add of the Week

Add of the Week: His Electro Blue Voice

todaySeptember 13, 2013 6

share close

This week’s top add is from Italian band and Sub Pop artist His Electro Blue Voice. Their sound is self-prescribed “psych post punk noise rock,” a fitting description of their latest release and debut album Ruthless Sperm, which came out on August 20, 2013. According to an album description on Sub Pop’s website , the album is “subtle as a construction site and precise like a leather gloved killer. This is the apocalypse. This is end times. Thankfully we get a decent soundtrack to go with it.” You can hear His Electro Blue Voice now on KTSW!

Tracks we’re spinning: “Sea Bug” and “Born Tired”

Written by: ktsw899

Rate it

Previous post

Feminists United


Feminists United: Empowering Women

Feminists United is an organization that focuses on the promotion and support of feminist interests. FU plans events to raise awareness about the decisions that affect women in the community and throughout the world. These events cover many different interests, from media criticism to community involvement and social events, these are all targeted at making an equal world. Personal growth is a big focus to Feminists United, as well. Through […]

todaySeptember 13, 2013 21

Similar posts


“The Other Side” Sound at SXSW

Ashley Farnie Music Director San Marcos locals and Texas State Alumni are familiar with KTSW’s sound and slogan, “The Other Side of Radio.” KTSW spins tracks you would not hear on a commercial radio station: undiscovered artists, local musicians, and unconventional tunes make for the perfect unpredictable programming – a […]

todayMay 25, 2022 25

Post comments (0)

Leave a Reply

top Tracks

Team Members


  • Chart track


    Le Voyage De M. Lonely Dans La Lune [EP]

    Elephant Stone

  • Chart track


    Love Boredom Bicycles

    Bakers Eddy

  • Chart track


    C'est La Vie!


  • Chart track


    A Modern Job [EP]


  • Chart track


    Esoteric Hex

    The Mary Veils

Full tracklist

%d bloggers like this: