Millions Now Listening Will Never Die

Saturdays from 12-1 a.m.
  • Hosted by Jon Mooneyham

Millions... re-examines the explosion of innovative music now called “postpunk,” encompassing punk-funk, no wave, mutant jazz, early industrial and synthpop, dub and reggae-influenced rock, notable influences and more.

Artists heard on the show: Gang of Four, The Slits, Cabaret Voltaire, Pere Ubu, The Fall & more.

Ways to Connect

We asked 10 KOSU and Spy hosts to share the one song they've been digging over the past month or so. Below, you'll find new music from David Bowie, Future, Suede, Quilt, and more.

Suede - "Night Thoughts"

Jon Mooneyham's 10 Favorite Albums of 2015

Dec 22, 2015

Jon Mooneyham, host of Everything All At Once Forever and Millions Now Listening Will Never Die, shares his 10 favorite albums of 2015, in no particular order:

Four Tet - Morning/Evening

When KOSU and The Spy teamed up in August 2012, KOSU station director Kelly Burley said that The Spy was providing "a vibrant venue for music genres that are completely underserved in our state."

With that in mind, The Spy and KOSU will launch three new music shows this week that will either take listeners on a new musical journey every week, celebrate new music and artistic endeavors in Oklahoma, or showcase funk, soul, and afrobeat.

LOOKatOKC pop music columnist Matt Carney joins host Ryan LaCroix every week to discuss music news and new music releases during All Things Considered on KOSU.

This week, we talk about new songs by Prince and experimental rock band Swans, plus a throwback tune from Randy Newman.