‘Tune In!’ Archives
Of his summer program, Tío Chuy writes: "Like a new pair of sneakers, this week's ¡Muévelas! is ready to get you moving with loads of new tunes from the KCSB Library as well as some new thrift store scores!" ¡Muévelas! airs on Tuesday mornings in the summer from 5am-8am on KCSB.
Of his next broadcast, Dick Flacks writes: March on Washington 50 years after (part II) This Thursday we continue our radio expedition back to August 28, 1963. We'll hear the words of John Lewis who struggled to say what SNCC and young freedom workers needed to be said in the face of pressure from the elders; we'll hear the theme of [...]
Of his next broadcast, Josh Redman writes: "This Thursday, August 22nd, 5...4...3...2...fun!! will have two band play live. The first is a band from San Diego called Sledding With Tigers. The band has between 1 and 6 members with Dan Faughner as the one consistent member. This is party folk music. The second band is from Kansas City, [...]
Of his next broadcast, Bennett P. writes: "A few weeks back, SoCal rockers Together Pangea (guitarist/ singer Willian Keegan, bassist Danny Bengston and drummer Erik Jimenez) sat down with Bennett P. and Dyl Choice to talk about being a part of the Burger Records family, their dream robot, their new record deal with Capitol, and life on the [...]
Of his next broadcast, Mattiesko writes: "Ready for a relaxing afternoon of easy-to-digest music on KCSB? Well renovate your expectations, because The Glow Worm Rodeo airs today from 1-3p. Tune in for a selection of some truly weird music, with genres ranging from Noise to Ambient to Drone, and plenty of off-kilter rock in between. You'll [...]
Of their next broadcast, hosts Frank ‘n’ George write: "There are so many songs that have gone postal over the years, we're bringing back last week's theme with yet more peeks into the mailbag of music. You can even mail us (well, email us) a request at frankngeorge.kcsb at gmail.com. Just make sure that the request has something to do [...]
On July 22nd, "The Freak Power Ticket" celebrated the brilliance of Alex Cox's 1984 satirical cult-classic, Repo Man. Crew member and Cox's film-school friend Steven Nelson recounted stories and reflections on shooting the punk sci-fi comedy on the streets of Los Angeles during the summer of 1983, and its subsequent impact. Author/Musician SAM [...]
Of her next broadcast, DJ Darla Bea writes: "Hip Hop Ya Don’t Stop! Rap Music Turns 40, tonight on 'Rock It Properly,' Santa Barbara’s very own School of Rock, as we will explore the origins of Rap Music with this week’s lesson. (Image licensed via Creative Commons, courtesy of Shad Bolling) Discover the key elements of Hip Hop: [...]
Of his program Culture of Protest, Dick Flacks writes: mow @ 50 part I This week's radio show begins a two part remembrance of the March of Washington for Jobs and Freedom. This week: we'll get some context for the march--remembering the rebellion in Birmingham in spring 1963, and hearing the songs of movement and protest that burst forth in [...]
Of his next broadcast, Josh Redman writes: "This Thursday, August 15th, 5...4...3...2...fun!! will have Sibling Rivalry play live. They are a six-piece indie rock band from Seattle, Washington." 5…4…3…2…fun!! airs on KCSB 91.9FM Thursdays at 10p-12a. More stuff at www.5432fun.tumblr.com.