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 [...]
On Monday's edition of "The Freak Power Ticket" (February 4), Ruben Zarate, guitarist and lead vocalist of Santa Barbara indie-rock quartet Dante Elephante joined host Ted Coe for an in-studio performance, conversation, and DJ set. Dante Elephante Studio Portrait (Ruben Zarate Upper Right) - CLICK TO ENLARGEIn his return to the KCSB studios, [...]
OCCUPY THE MOVIE: The Preview – Producer Andrew Halliwell Interviewed in “The Freak Power Ticket” PODCAST
Monday's edition of "The Freak Power Ticket" previewed the new documentary, Occupy The Movie, produced and directed by Corey Ogilvie. Guest co-host Harry Lawton, KCSB’s special correspondent at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival (SBIFF), joined host Ted Coe as they discussed the most in-depth cinematic work to date on the global [...]
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 [...]
On Monday, December 10th, Seth Pettersen of Ventura-based indie-rock band Seth Pettersen & The Undertow (formerly of Franklin for Short) returned to KCSB's studios for a live in-studio performance, interview, and DJ set featuring solo studio tracks by Pettersen, plus his new band Massenger and Sub Pop! Records garage-rockers King Tuff – which is [...]
Right Side Up Poets Preview “Talking to Strangers: An Evening of Spoken Word” on “The Freak Power Ticket” Podcast – NOW ONLINE
Later tonight, Tuesday, November 13th, the Right Side Up Poets will present "Talking to Strangers: An Evening of Spoken Word." Right Side Up came together after members took UCSB Professor Kip Fulbeck's spoken word class. Quarter after quarter, students pack the aisles of UCSB theaters and often have to be turned away because there are simply [...]
Professor Deric Shannon Introduces WRITINGS ON ANARCHIST ECONOMICS on “The Freak Power Ticket” – PODCAST NOW ONLINE
The Accumulation of Freedom (AK Press) - CLICK TO ENLARGEOn the Monday, November 5th, Ted Coe, producer/host of "The Freak Power Ticket," was joined by guest hosts and UCSB graduate students Joanna Steinhardt (Anthropology) and Brian Lovato (Political Science), members of UCSB's Radical Student Union, as they welcomed Professor Deric Shannon (San [...]
In the past month, the No Alibis crew has had a number of elections related programs and the sound can be found here. Interviews include Prof John Foran on Prop 30; Prof. HLT Quan on the importance of multi-party participation in elecitons; and Craig Gilmore, prison reform advocate, on Props 34,35,36. Additionally, interviews with Harvey [...]
Historian Paul Hirsch Discusses Comic Books & Propaganda on “The Freak Power Ticket” Podcast – Listen Online NOW!
Fawcett Comics' propaganda creation "RADAR The International Policeman" - CLICK TO ENLARGE.On Monday's edition of "The Freak Power Ticket," historian Paul Hirsch, a Ph.D. candidate at UC Santa Barbara, previewed the public talk he is giving at 7pm on Tuesday, October 23, at Unity Church (227 E. Arrellaga St.), discussing how the US government used [...]