Posts Tagged ‘KCSB-FM’
As a school student in 1968, Bobby Verdugo and thousands of other Chicano students walked out of their classrooms demanding quality education and simple respect. He shared those experiences with Marisela Marquez and Elizabeth Robinson and also remembered his teacher, Sal Castro, who had supported the students. Castro died April 4, 2013. We [...]
Jim Ellinger has just returned from Tunisia and will report on the 2013 World Social Forum just concluded in Tunis. In the second hour, Corey Dubin of the Committee of 10,000 will discuss pharmaceutical patents and the need for a strong, independent Federal Drug Administration. Elizabeth Robinson hosts.
Nancy Kurshan, author of Out of Control:A Fifteen Year Battle Against Control Unit Prisons, spoke with Avery Gordon and Elizabeth Robinson about the Marion Prison lock down as the prototype for control unit prisons. These prisons have now become common as at Pelican Bay's 'Secure Housing Units' which have created an international outcry as [...]
On Thursday, March 14th, KCSB's Program Director sat down for an interview in Austin, TX with Julian Hamilton and Kimberly Moyes, better known as The Presets. The Sydney, Australia techno/electropop/dance duo talked about their creative process, the differences between their three albums, the importance of singing about handjobs, among other [...]
Blazing Haley’s Matt Armor: Live In-Studio Performance on “Rock of All Ages” NOW (Friday, March 22: 3-5pm)
On today's broadcast of "Rock of All Ages," airing now between 3-5pm, DJ Biff is joined by special guest Matt Armor, front man/vocalist for Santa Barbara's psychobilly rock band Blazing Haley. Listen in as the two share a selection of rockin' tunes, along with some witty banter and Armor's live in-studio performance of new material he is [...]
Musical Charis’ 3rd Annual In-Studio Visit to “The Freak Power Ticket” (3/18/13): Podcast NOW ONLINE
On Monday, March 11th, Sacramento indie-rock group Musical Charis, touring the West Coast and Arizona this spring, made a return visit to "The Freak Power Ticket," their third live in-studio performance/interview since 2011 on the weekly music-and-cultural-arts program. Musical Charis + Ted Coe at UCSB's Storke Tower - CLICK TO [...]
KCSB-FM’s Annual Fund Drive - "KCSB, You Rock My World!" - reached a rousing crescendo on Friday night, March 1st, at midnight. KCSB 91.9 FM "The People's Radio" - Art by Roberto Duran (SB).This morning, Saturday, March 2nd, KCSB's staffers were excited to report that the "KCSB, You Rock My World" Fund Drive 2013 for Santa Barbara's ONLY [...]
On January 23rd, No Alibis will be joined in the first hour by Tom Barry, director of the Transborder Project and Senior Analyst, Center for International Policy to discuss border security and his new book, Border Wars and in the second hour by Andrew Ross, author of Nice Work if you can get it:Life and Labor in Precarious Times and a dozen other [...]
Santa Barbara Punk/Funk Band EASTER TEETH Live In-Studio on “The Freak Power Ticket” – PODCAST NOW ONLINE!
Later today, on the Monday, January 21st edition of "The Freak Power Ticket," host Ted Coe is joined live in-studio by a "sax-y, dance-y post-punk-funk group" from Santa Barbara, Easter Teeth.* Featuring brothers Tim Eymann (vocals, bass, keys, & more) and Josh Eymann (vocals & drums), plus a horn section, the band's core duo are known [...]
The 28th Annual Santa Barbara International Film Festival (SBIFF) runs from Thursday January 24th to Sunday February 3rd. On Friday January 18th (from 6-8pm), KCSB ran its 7th Annual Film Fest Preview Special, hosted by Harry Lawton. A complete podcast of this yearly special is now online here for playback or download. (See below.) The [...]