‘Tune In!’ Archives
“Culture of Protest” Discusses Berkeley Free Speech Movement & the New Student Power Movement: Thursday, 6pm
Of tonight's "Culture of Protest" broadcast, Professor Dick Flacks writes: "This week marks the 45th anniversary of the occupation of Sproul Hall by hundreds of Berkeley students led by the Free Speech Movement--an action that resulted in mass arrests, a massive strike and the ultimate achievement of FSM's free speech demands. This was the [...]
On the morning of Monday, November 16th, ‘Freak Power Ticket’ host Ted Coe was joined by Loch Lomond, an indie “chamber pop” group from Portland, Oregon. Fresh from a Santa Barbara show the previous evening, Loch Lomond performed live, introduced tracks from a new EP, “Night Bats,” and discussed their work and lives in the Pacific [...]
“Rock It Properly” Presents “Ready Freddie: A Royal Concert,” a Tribute to Freddie Mercury & Queen (Sat. 6-8am)
Of her next broadcast (Nov. 28th), DJ Darla Bea says, “On this week’s edition of ‘Rock It Properly,’ we'll be celebrating the life and times of Freddie Mercury (September 5th 1946 – November 24th 1991) and Queen, featuring the following artists: David Bowie, T-Rex, MIKA, Jimi Hendrix, MUSE, Wyclef Jean, Chic, Montserrat Caballe, Led [...]
On Wednesday, Nov. 25th, from 2-4 PM, DJ Villet will be joined on "Yardbeat" by special guest Larry Hacken, a longtime reggae collector and radio deejay on KZYX&Z FM in Mendocino County, where his program "Heavyweight Sound" airs on Friday nights. Larry has followed Jamaican music for more than 30 years; tune in on Wednesday to hear some deep [...]
Of her next broadcast (Nov. 21st), DJ Darla Bea says, "On this week's edition of 'Rock It Properly,' a lesson in Japanese Pop Music. Writer Ted Mills will join me in studio to share his collection of tunes from the land of the rising sun. Get lost in translation and get ready to rock out!" "Rock It Properly" airs alternating Saturdays in the [...]
Chamber-Pop Band Loch Lomond Visit “The Freak Power Ticket” Monday (11am-Noon), Play Muddy Waters Sunday Night with Generationals
KCSB programmer Ted Coe writes, "The next edition of my show 'The Freak Power Ticket' will be my farthest-reaching in-studio appearance to date, as I'll be joined by Loch Lomond, a 'chamber pop' ensemble from Portland, Oregon. Not too far removed from opening for The Decemberists on tour, they’ll perform live, and we’ll sample their new EP, [...]
“CHRONOMETRICZ” (8-10pm Fridays) Presents Live Appearance by Hip-Hopper Roc C & Others During Special Fund Drive Broadcast: Donate Now!!!
From now until 10pm, "CHRONOMETRICZ" host DJ X.TEK OVERLOAD hosts special guest Roc C from the legendary Oxnard underground hip-hop scene, along with promoters D-Tragic and Ronnie Kash and others, who are in studio to promote the Kashroc Entertainment presentation “Street Cruxxifiction,” featuring Roc C, Chino XL, OHNO, DJ Babu (of Dilated [...]
During our Annual Fund Drive, each $100 pledged on or before Friday, Nov. 13th will automatically be entered a drawing for the following items. Some restrictions may apply. (For more information, click below.) They will be selected in the following order. (more...)
KCSB Celebrates Accomplishments of 2009, Reaches Fund-Drive Finish Line, Appeals for Belated Support!
Photo courtesy Rod Rolle (rodrolle.com). KCSB 91.9 FM, Santa Barbara’s only community radio station (which happens to be based at UCSB), is near the end of its annual fund drive. Running through Friday, November 13th, this fundraiser gives listeners an opportunity to support a vital local resource, to become official members of the KCSB [...]
Wednesday: a Special Two-Hour “Art of Peace” (6-8pm): Isla Vista Historian Carmen Lodise, Filmmaker Gerard Ungerman, & Filmmakers Sarah & Emily Kunstler!
About tonight's "Art of Peace" special two hour program from 6-8pm, host Phil Levasseur writes: "In conjunction with KCSB's annual Fund Drive we will be celebrating and focusing on the strength of grass roots media for local and global empowerment. I will be interviewing three media heros that are using film, radio and print to further the voice [...]