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Noam Chomsky lecture “Security and State Policy” is re-airing TONIGHT thursday 04/03/14

Noam Chomsky lecture “Security and State Policy” is re-airing TONIGHT thursday 04/03/14

TONIGHT April 3rd at 7PM, on Latin American Journal, Cory Dubin of Coyote Radio will rebroadcast the lecture on "Security and State Policy" from the world renowned intellectual mind of Noam Chomsky.  You may listen live via www.kcsb.org and the podcast recording is also available for download any time via the initial event notice page found [...]

Honoring César & Martin on Culture of Protest (Thursday, April 3)

Honoring César & Martin on Culture of Protest (Thursday, April 3)

Of his next broadcast, host Dick Flacks writes: César & Martin This week we pay homage to two persons who led historic movements for justice and reshaped history, using the strategies and tactics of revolutionary nonviolence. Cesar Chavez birthday on March 31, now a national holiday, this year underlined by the release of the new [...]

Excavacations and Genders: Live on 5…4…3…2…fun!! (Thursday, April 3)

Excavacations and Genders: Live on 5…4…3…2…fun!! (Thursday, April 3)

This Thursday, April 4th, 5...4...3...2...fun!! will have Excavacations and Genders come play songs on the show. Excavacations is from here but moving to Portland this week. Genders is a "four-piece casual rock and roll band" from Portland and will be stopping at the station as part of their current tour. Everything is in Portland [...]

Interview with Cody ChesnuTT on THE BOOMBOX SURROUND SOUND (Wed. April 2)

Interview with Cody ChesnuTT on THE BOOMBOX SURROUND SOUND (Wed. April 2)

Tune in to The Boom Box Surround Sound from 8pm-10pm tonight (Wednesday April 2), to hear Bennett P speak with musician Cody Chesnutt as they discuss the essence of human connection through music, Chesnutt’s transformation as an artist between his raw lo-fi genre-less 2002 debut The Headphone Masterpiece and his latest soul and funk fueled [...]

The Blank Tapes Live on SMRT (Wednesday, April 2)

The Blank Tapes Live on SMRT (Wednesday, April 2)

Turn in to "SMRT" from 3pm-5pm on Wednesday April 2 with host Kirby C to hear an in-studio performance by The Blank Tapes. Bowery Ballroom, NYC; The Blank Tapes. (Photograph by Deidre Schoo) Guests at KCSB-FM last summer, the indie-rock trio (with roots in Los Angeles and San Francisco) returns to bring their signature upbeat but low-key [...]

Donna Lynn Caskey Performs Live on The Roadtunes Sessions (Tuesday, April 1)

Donna Lynn Caskey Performs Live on The Roadtunes Sessions (Tuesday, April 1)

Of his next broadcast, host Andy Doerr writes: "This is no April Fools! Award winning banjo player and songwriter Donna Lynn Caskey will be joining host Andy Doerr on The Roadtunes Sessions this Tuesday, April 1 to share her music and talk about her new CD. Her CD release party is Sunday, April 6 at 2 p.m. at the Unitarian Universalist [...]

Exploring the Music of Italian GIALLO Thrillers of the 1960s-70s on THE FREAK POWER TICKET (Monday, March 31)

Exploring the Music of Italian GIALLO Thrillers of the 1960s-70s on THE FREAK POWER TICKET (Monday, March 31)

In November 2013, producer/host Ted Coe presented the fourth KCSB-FM Fund-Drive edition of ‘The Freak Power Ticket’ to pay tribute to Ennio Morricone. Guest John Bender (of Film Score Monthly & Video Watchdog magazine), a retro ‘Euro-Cult’ film music expert and semi-regular contributor to this program, discussed the artists who [...]

LOOKOUT WEEKEND: Bass Invaders! Freestyle, Electro, Breakbeats, & Miami Bass on ROCK IT PROPERLY Tonight! (Sunday, March 30)

LOOKOUT WEEKEND: Bass Invaders! Freestyle, Electro, Breakbeats, & Miami Bass on ROCK IT PROPERLY Tonight! (Sunday, March 30)

Join DJ Darla Bea tonight, Sunday, March 30th at 8pm, for a musical journey to the dance floors, underground clubs, and Break Dance competitions of the urban streets of the late-1970s through 1990s. "Break Dance (Dinali)" - photo by onnola. Tonight's program will feature electro-funk and early hip-hop music of the type made famous by the [...]

A Haunted Spring Break on The Witching Hour (Friday, March 28)

A Haunted Spring Break on The Witching Hour (Friday, March 28)

Ominous howling winds, eerily empty streets, and a relaxing creaking sound coming from downstairs. What could go wrong on the most perfect spring break ever? Tonight, join Professor Dr. Spectre as he braves two hours alone in the KCSB studios to celebrate the greatest spring break ever: just the Good Professor Dr. alone in a beachside vacation [...]

Songs for Disasters of March on Culture of Protest (March, 27)

Songs for Disasters of March on Culture of Protest (March, 27)

Of his next broadcast, host Dick Flacks writes: songs for disasters of March The last days of March mark anniversaries of several historic disasters that illuminate deep societal oppressions and inequities: March 25, 1911—the Triangle Shirtwaist Fire; march 24, 1989—Exxon Valdez oil spill; March 20, 2003—US attacks Iraq; March 30 [...]

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