Posts Tagged ‘kcsb’
KCSB Proudly Presents Indie-Rock Orchestra TYPHOON + More at New Noise Festival (Friday, November 4)
On Friday, November 4th, KCSB-FM, a founding media partner of the New Noise Digital Music Conference and Festival, presents indie-rock orchestra Typhoon and more at The Savoy nightclub. This KCSB Stage will also feature Santa Barbara's local heroes The Mutineers, dance pop group Wild Ones, and indie quartet Youth. The latter two acts also [...]
KCSB 91.9 FM and Neighborhood Public Radio Start an Occupation of the FM Dial – “Picnic Revolution!” – an Interactive Radio Art Event at UCSB’s Storke Plaza (Friday, November 4)
On Friday Nov. 4th, from 12 noon-1pm, KCSB-FM presents Neighborhood Public Radio, an independent artist-run radio project, leading the "Picnic Revolution," an occupation of the FM dial by UCSB students and other community members. This interactive radio-art installation -- produced with contributions from Free Karate of Albuquerque, New [...]
KCSB and La Casa de la Raza Proudly Present Juan González and Joseph Torres Book Event – “News for All the People: The Epic Story of Race and the American Media”
On Sunday, October 23rd, KCSB 91.9 FM and La Casa de la Raza will co-host a literary event celebrating co-authors Juan González and Joseph Torres' latest publication, News For All the People: The Epic Story of Race and The American Media. This Santa Barbara appearance, which is free and open to the public, is one stop during a two-week [...]
At 8:30am, following news, we will air an interview with David Barsamian about the Kashmiri independence movement. At 9:30am, Sheila Carapico will talk about the uprisings in Yemen and the US drone assassination of Anwar al-Awalki. With co-hosts Elizabeth Robinson and Maryam Griffin.
On September 23, 2011, David Barsamian was denied entry to India by the Indian authorities. He has visited there for decades, interviewed people there for Alternative Radio, and reported on regional events. While authorities offered no specific reason for the denial of entry, he and others believe that it is related to Kashmir, its independence [...]
Reverend Billy Talen Podcast Blessing KCSB-FM: Straight Outta Occupy Wall Street to KCSB’s 50th Anniversary Celebration!
Friday morning, while preparing for KCSB’s 50th anniversary kick-off party, KCSB Development Coodinator Ted Coe got a surprise call from the award-winning performance artist and activist Reverend Billy Talen, fresh from the Occupy Wall Street protests in New York City. Reverend Billy is the genius behind the anti-consumerist Church of [...]
Bay Area indie rockers Waters will be dropping by KCSB on Friday, September 23rd to play live in studio on "That's Kablamo!," an eclectic program that airs from 3 to 5pm. Waters is the brand new project of Van Pierszalowski, previously of the lively folk-rock outfit Port O'Brien. Tune in to KCSB 91.9 FM or stream online to catch the [...]
This episode marks the 2011 Summer Season Finale as well as the last episode before Radio Causeway goes on an indefinite hiatus. We are excited to have Chris Prescott from Montalban Quintet on to talk about the debut release from the genre blurring band. The band hails from Encinitas, CA which is the surf and skate capital of North [...]
Arun Kundnani, fellow at the Open Society Institute and author of 'The End of Tolerance', discusses surveillance of the Muslim community and the FBI practice of developing 'community partnerships' sometimes based on stereotyping of communities. In the second hour, UCSB professor Lisa Hajjar comments on the practices of torture and detention that [...]
On Monday, September 19th, Ritchie Young, the frontman for Portland, Oregon-based indie rock band Loch Lomond joined Ted Coe, host of “The Freak Power Ticket,” for a nearly hour-long interview. The two discussed a pair of Loch Lomond music videos, including director Hayley Young’s striking single-take production of their song, [...]