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bluer than gray

The new Broken Radio album is titled Bluer Than Gray and I'll release this baby on May 12th. Finally, I must say. It's been in the works for quite a long time and I am so happy to get it out now this spring. It will be available on CD and for download. Sorry, no vinyl at the moment.

There will be a video for each of the 11 songs. The videos will premiere at our record release party on May 13th @ Cafe Hueller in Munich.

This event will be a double feature showcasing a selection of images of Munich artist Britta Eriskat.

Please stop on by!



video preview

Here's a video preview for "That Gut Feeling" from the new album. The footage was taken from the educational film "Driving Tips" which is in the public domain and was found in the Prelinger Archives.


Sample & Hold

Sample & Hold

Hausmusik founder Wolfgang Petters (A Million Mercies) and Broken Radio teamed up for some relaxed recording sessions mostly done in Corsanico, Italy over the last couple of years. The result is called "Sample & Hold" and is now available on vinyl, CD and for download. More...

Sample & Hold keeps getting great reviews. Here are the latest by Franz Dobler and 27 Leggies.

Lay Your Guns Down - Video

Lay Your Guns Down (alternate version)

Lay Your Guns Down (alternate version)

We also released an alternate version of Lay Your Guns Down. This is the original recording of the song that didn't make it on the album. You can check it out here: Lay Your Guns Down (alternate version). This is a download-only release

It's Only Fool's Gold

It's Only Fool's Gold

It's Only Fool's Gold is the title of the latest Broken Radio album, that came out in spring 2013. 11 original songs plus a cover of Whitey Ray Huitt's "El Dorado". The CD was released on Hausmusik, downloads are available here.


Never Heard Of 'Em

Never Heard Of Em

NEVER HEARD OF 'EM is the title of a book by Sue Donahoe about the Austin music explosion from 1994 to 2000. It offers exlusive insights into the vibrant Austin music scene and focuses mainly on independent artists. NEVER HEARD OF 'EM flows like a memoir, holds a real-time archive of energetic articles that document a short, but rich part of Austin’s music history. I feel very honoured to be included in this truly great book.