Love is in the air and on the airwaves this weekend! In celebration of Valentine’s Day, we’re exploring the music of 21st century troubadours.
In medieval times, troubadours were poets and musicians who wrote songs about chivalry and courtly love; they were basically the singer-songwriters of the Middle Ages. But of course, love and heartbreak are pretty timeless themes—and composers today are still writing love ballads for the modern romantic. On this Saturday’s episode, we’ll hear songs about love, songs about heartbreak, and songs about online dating nightmares.
New York City is the city that never sleeps. How could you? There’s always a new restaurant, art gallery, or neighborhood to explore—and always new music to discover.
On this Saturday’s episode of Second Inversion: I Love New York! We’re taking a bite out of the Big Apple, with music inspired by the sights and sounds of New York City. From the street art to the downtown lofts, Central Park, and even the New York City Marathon, we’ll take a taxi ride through the city that never sleeps.
A snowy landscape is like a fresh white canvas—it’s filled with possibility. Quiet, frosty days bring about stillness, introspection, and transformation.
On this Saturday’s episode of Second Inversion: let it snow, let it snow, let it snow. We’ll hear music inspired by cold winter nights and snowy canvases of white. Plus, a piece from the land of fire and ice.
If you listen closely, you might just discover music amid the leaves of your favorite plant or tree. An entire orchestra of sounds awaits those who listen with open ears.
On this Saturday’s episode of Second Inversion, we’re planting the seeds. We’re exploring music inspired by—and in some cases, performed on—living plants. We’ll find music amid cactus needles, wooden planks, and gentle leaves. Plus, music inspired by the fastest-growing plan in the world.