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Mipso: Water Runs Red - WUNC's Songs We Love Podcast

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Songs We Love is a series and a podcast that looks at the stories behind some of the songs we're playing on our new music discovery stream, WUNC Music.

This time, Eric Hodge sits down with Chapel Hill's Mipso to discuss their song "Water Runs Red" from the album Coming Down The Mountain.

Mipso's Libby Rodenbaugh wrote "Water Runs Red" and says that it's quite different from other Mipso songs and that it almost didn't make the record.

"It was obvious to us that it had a slightly different tone, but we eventually decided that was a good element to include."

Listen to the episode here:

You can check out the full interview and more music here:

Weekend Edition feature with Mipso.

Libby was featured on the Triangle-based podcast "She and Her," co-hosted by Anita Rao of The State of Things. The show explores the lives and stories of millennial women in the South. Libby joined the show to discuss her creative process and experience being a woman musician on stages dominated by men.

Brian Burns is the Music Director for WUNC Music, WUNC's AAA music discovery station. He has been working within the local music scene for over a decade. On the weekends you might see him DJing at various spots around the Triangle, or digging through boxes of records. He's also the host of Future Shock on WUNC Music and a contributor to NPR Music. He graduated from UNC’s School of Information and Library Science with an MSLS in 2015.
Eric Hodge hosts WUNC’s broadcast of Morning Edition, and files reports for the North Carolina news segments of the broadcast. He started at the station in 2004 doing fill-in work on weekends and All Things Considered.
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