• Xolie Morra & The Strange Kind: PYL Artist of the Week

    August 11, 2014

    The Strange Kind has a very unique sound, blending classic rock sass and honest modern melodic style, reminiscent of the Pretenders, Tom Petty, as mind blowing and breath taking as Cold Play with a country kick in the pants. People are instantly taken by Morra’s captivating stage presence and melodic range. From the day she hit the scene and played her first show, it wasn’t long before there was a buzz. Xolie has been described as a cross between Chrissy Hynde and Lindsey Buckingham. You can listen to many of their songs on PYL radio including “Over …

  • BuckWheat Catapillar plays the ultimate political-pseudo-comical rock

    August 3, 2014

    “Buckwheat Catapillar plays Russian Roulette with his guitar”
    If you like KC and The Sunshine Band, The Bee Gees, and Leo Sayer chances are you will not like the new release Buckwheat Catapillar entitled Anxiety. However if you Like Iggy Pop, Frank Zappa and getting your face fried crispy hot buy a crazy-azz clown then you will no doubt tumble like a tumbleweed for this CD. BUY CD.
    This band from Tacoma, WA is real and genuine.  They make statements with their music.  PYL Radio features two of their songs – Look into the Future and Hitler was a Jerk!  Give them …

  • The Price of Being Normal

    August 1, 2014

    In Western culture there is a message that we should strive to be like everyone else. That it is normal to fit in and being different is a situation to be avoided. This message is fed by advertising and media that glorifies the joys of having the same products and services. If you are different in any way either physically or socially they have a fix for that too. There are plenty of businesses that will help you fit in by masking your flaws or excentricities. There is safety in staying with the herd. …

  • Mark Romero: PYL Radio Artist of the Week

    July 28, 2014

    “We live in a world that is rapidly changing. Our understanding of the universe and the nature of life have been completely rewritten thanks to quantum physics.”
    We previously thought we were solid bone, muscle, and organs, but we now realize that we are made of energy. In fact, everything in the material world, when broken down beyond the molecular level, is energy vibrating at different frequencies.
    The Scientists, The Story and The Results: Learn the story behind the music, the science behind the transformational process and how it can help you create more health, vitality and success in your life. …

  • PYL 15 Podcast: Ernesto Sirolli – Economic Development Consultant

    July 15, 2014

    Dr. Ernesto Sirolli is one of the world’s leading consultants on the topic of economic development. He started working in the field of International Aid in Africa in 1971 and has since worked in local economic development in Australia, New Zealand, Canada, the United Kingdom, Africa, Latin America , USA and Asia in projects that promote local entrepreneurship and local self determination. Dr. Sirolli resides in the USA where he was invited to establish the Sirolli Institute, a social enterprise that teaches civic leaders how to capture the passion energy and imagination of its own citizens.  In 2012 Dr. Sirolli …

  • Castlewood: PYL Radio Artist of the Week

    July 14, 2014

    Castlewood has a new EP coming out soon
    Their newest song called Living on the Edge has broken the top 20 on ReverbNation Rock charts.  Castlewood is an original rock band that plays music that harkens back to the days of fresh riffs, genuine enthusiasm for music and formula busting freedom. The band plays their own music and they write just what they feel, singing about life the way it is: gritty, real and unapologetic.   Support them here

  • Mike Body weaves Christian Rap and Hiphop with soul

    July 8, 2014

    Mike Body was born and raised in West Baltimore, Md., on the gritty streets of Poplar Grove. Mike’s decision to make a change in his life was initiated by the series of events that ensued after a night that he will never forget. Mike was influenced by the music of mainstream artist such as Jay-Z, Nas, Tupac. He and his close friend Mark Ske used to write raps for fun and joke about doing music. Mike recently revealed that the first real song he ever wrote was a tribute to his late friend Mark Ske. You can …

  • PYL Radio Artist of the Week: Emily Randolph

    July 7, 2014

    Accomplished singer~guitarist~songwriter. Season 5 Voice Contestant. Emily is a 16-year old Seattle/Tacoma based musician with a unique soulful sound that sets her apart. Music is her passion and is what she lives and breathes every moment of every day. Most recently, Emily auditioned for NBC’s hugely popular show, “The Voice”, choosing Team Blake. In Nov. 2011, Emily recorded her first EP at age 13 in Nashville Titled “Here We Go Again” which was released in March, 2012. At this time, Emily is working on writing more of her own songs ,and booking shows. She can be contacted at …

  • Are the Shadytones the Last Psychedelic Pop Group?

    July 3, 2014

    The Shadytones have a unique style. They have been described as The Northwests last Psychedelic pop group, with a sort of Pink Floyd meets Willie Nelson sound. They manage to balance the two styles quite well, a feat that shows that shows an impressive musical prowess. Their most recent release, Sold Out!, is a prime example of how they have created a sound of their own and are having fun doing it. The E.P. album released 2013. Listen to “Carry you away” and “The broken two” for free on PYL Radio. has all their music.

  • Robert Brown sings what to do “When in Rome”

    July 2, 2014

    Robert Brown is from Seattle, he plays in a band called EverAfter and continues to develop his solo
    music such as When In Rome. Robert is currently living in Edmonds, Washington. Here is his Reverbnation website. Give him some love and enjoy listening to him on PYL Radio. PYL Radio welcomes Robert to the station and we know our listeners will enjoy his music.