SE/EA Beats

゜☆。.::・ 1960s-Today pop/rock from Southeast and East Asia, including surf rock, disco, Khmer rock, Thai psych, Cantopop & Mandopop, jpop, kpop, japanese eurobeat, jrock, Asia a-go-go, fusion jazz, morlam, futurefunk/vaporwave, and much more~*♡♪+*. follow @ ★彡

Past Episodes

  • Episode 13 - Cinematic Sounds from Japan Aired: Wednesday, June 8, 2016

    [NSFW] Guest co-host Spencer joins us as we explore themes from Japanese films from 60's & 70's, including Nikkatsu Pinkku films. Featuring Reiko Ike, Miki Sugimoto, J.A. Caesar, and more~

  • Episode 12 - Lao Metal Aired: Wednesday, June 1, 2016


  • Episode 11 - Faye Wong + Cocteau Twins Aired: Wednesday, May 25, 2016

    Faye Wong + Cocteau Twins: A match made in Heaven (or Las Vegas)

  • Episode 10 - 80's J funk Aired: Sunday, May 22, 2016

    funky beachy tracks from 80's Japan- feat. Tomoko Aran, Momoko Kikuchi, Anri, Haruomi Hosono, and more~

  • Episode 9 - 60's Surf / Asia-a-go-go Aired: Wednesday, May 11, 2016

    Hopping back to the 1960's this week with some surfy jams from Takeshi Terauchi & the Bunnys, Maurice Patton & The Melodians, The Stylers, the Fyrebirds, and more~

  • Episode 8 - 70's folk/pop Aired: Wednesday, May 4, 2016

    the softer side of the 1970s... feat. music from Reuben Tsujino, Mei-Sheng Bao, シモンズ, Kiki Maria, and more.

  • Episode 7 - 1930s-1950s Aired: Wednesday, April 27, 2016

    Music from China, Taiwan, Thailand, from 1930s-1950s, featuring Yoshiko Yamaguchi, Zhou Xian, You Ya, Carrie Koo Mei & more...

  • Episode 6 - Anime OSTs Aired: Wednesday, April 13, 2016

    songs from anime series that have stuck with me over the years

  • Episode 5 - Funk Aired: Wednesday, March 30, 2016

    2 hour long special featuring tons of funky tracks from S. Korea, Japan, Malaysia, Vietnam, Hong Kong, Taiwan, and more...

  • Episode 4 - Thai Rhythms Aired: Wednesday, March 16, 2016

    Dedicated to Thai director Apitchatpong Weerasethakul, this week's episode features Thai music with traditional rhythms. Featuring Dueanphen Amnuai Phon, Sroeng Santi, Chaweewan Dumnern, and more.