All New: KIT, Kissy, Annie Dressner and more!

Premiere DateSep 11, 2020
Categories Indie Music Rock
00:00 Emily
02:05 King Size Bed KIT
04:54 Change My Mind Liza Anne
07:28 Desperate Anna McClellan
09:27 That Emotion Hannah Georgas
13:37 Ever Enough Kissy
17:01 Emily
19:03 5am Caitlin Harnett and the Pony Boys
21:43 Hurt Arlo Parks
25:16 Love Is Love Dolly Valentine
28:45 Moon Shots Merce Lemon
31:11 Midnight Bus (feat. Matthew Caws) Annie Dressner
34:04 Emily
35:46 Peach Boys LCG & the X
38:37 I Wanna Lose L.A. Witch
42:37 Big As The Dark Weekend Lovers
46:18 Dizzy Crazy Tada!
49:19 Emily
50:47 Good Guy KIT
54:33 Finish

Every track in the mix is making its Ladies Skate Only debut.

The show opens with KIT, the solo project of Katie Wighton of All Our Exes Live in Texas. The song “King Size Bed” was co-written with Jenny Owen Youngs!

Kissy (Sasha Ortiz) is a former backing vocalist for Sharon Jones and the Dap-Kings, Charles Bradley, and The Kills. She’s now moving front a center with her solo project Kissy and independently releasing pure indie/pop goodness. She just dropped a fun new single called “Ever Enough” and we’ve got it for you!

This week, Anna McClellan announced her new album “I saw first light” which is slated for a November 20th release on Father/Daughter Records. The first single “Desperate” dropped this week and it’s in today’s mix.

Annie Dressner‘s new album Coffee at the Corner Bar was released last week and we’re playing a track from it called “Midnight Bus” which was co-written and features Matthew Caws of Nada Surf.


-New music out of Australia from Caitlin Harnett and the Pony Boys who just dropped their latest single “5am” from their forthcoming album. It’s slated for a November release.

-LCG & the X are in the mix with a tune from their self-titled album. It dropped in March but we just got our hands on it!

-Tada! out of Boston join in with a psychedelic dream pop track from their debut EP.

-We’ve got the latest single from Arlo Parks and lots, lots more for you to enjoy!

As a kid, Emily Smith could often be found in her bedroom recording radio shows. She obsessively recorded songs off the radio onto cassettes and mixed them together on a dual player. She was in love with…