‘Music News’ Archives
ROGER DURLING of the SB International Film Festival on the Best Films of 2015 – THE FREAK POWER TICKET Podcast Is Now Online!
Roger Durling, Executive Director of the Santa Barbara International Film Festival (Photo Credit: Paul Wellman / Courtesy Image). - CLICK TO ENLARGE On the Monday, December 14th edition of “The Freak Power Ticket," producer/host Ted Coe welcomed Roger Durling back to KCSB’s studios for a live conversation on The Year In Cinema [...]
Mitchell Kriegman on THE FREAK POWER TICKET – Podcast Now Online! CLARISSA FEST Tonight!! (SBCC + Impact Hub SB)
CLARISSA FEST at The impact Hub SB - click to enlarge. On the Monday, November 30th edition of “The Freak Power Ticket,” creator Ted Coe welcomed Santa Barbara writer Mitchell Kriegman back to the KCSB studios for an hourlong conversation about his new novel Things I Can’t Explain, a modern-day sequel to the 1990s hit sitcom on the [...]
"ONEOHTRIX POINT NEVER" by Warp Records - Own work. (CREDIT - TIMOTHY SACCENTI) Licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0 via Commons Written by: Kyle Roe Listening to Oneohtrix Point Never is like staring into another kid’s toy box when you were very young. Before you look inside you almost expect to see all the same toys you have at home, but in reality [...]
Photo credit to Riley Esguerra Written by Sahil Bissessur Gallant is currently on tour, opening for Sufjan Stevens. Gallant is signed to Mind of a Genius record label, which also reps ZHU. SB: Was the music video completely your idea with the light show in the room? G: No, not directly. What happened was we were experimenting with [...]
From In Conversation: Jon Cohen and Jem AswadPhoto by Ally Gonzalez KCSB had the honor of sending a record number of student representatives from the Executive Committee to the CMJ Music Marathon, an annual convention, music festival, and college radio wonderland, held this past October in New York. Contributors: Kenny Oravetz, Sam Goff, Joaquin [...]
Written by Shay Mehr Some of the many music streaming services available today. Nestled on the side of the California coast breathing in salty air and luring in young audiophiles is Sound Spectrum, a record shop that’s been right where it’s sitting since 1967. Wave Baker, a 15-year employee of Sound Spectrum, believes that in music [...]
By Thecomeupshow Uploaded by MyCanon (Snoop Dogg) , via Wikimedia CommonsSnoop Dogg by Kenny Oravetz This Halloween, the streets of Isla Vista were deserted. The smell of sea air and horse poop drifted down an abandoned Del Playa as police hung around watching videos on their cell phones. A few ignorant out-of-towners cruised around on their [...]
By Larry Pompa Jr (SBCC Student/former host of Lucid Waves) and Cindy Nguyen (UCSB Alumna) Photos: Kohdee.comInstagram@kohdee_ “In using art as a tool for transformation, we have the opportunity to create a reality as beautiful, healthy, and strong as our imagination permits.” These were the words that melodically reached our ears early [...]
Contributors: Shay Mehr, Amanda Katz, Nkechi Ikem, Kenny Oravetz, Kimmy Tejasindhu, & Samantha Villalobos. The live music experience is something that palpates, pulses, and sends pure joy through your synapses from your head to your toes. It’s something we at KCSB cannot live without. Recently most of the staff at KCSB trekked out to the [...]
Prof. CHARLES HATFIELD Interview – The Freak Power Ticket PODCAST Spotlights CSUN Exhibit of JACK KIRBY’s Comics Art!
Charles Hatfield on Logic Lane, Oxford, UK (Courtesy photo (c) Michele Hatfield) On this past Monday’s Labor Day edition of "The Freak Power Ticket" (Sept. 7), producer / host Ted Coe interviewed California State University, Northridge (CSUN) Professor Charles Hatfield, a scholar and exhibition curator well versed in the Pop Art influence of [...]