‘Tune In!’ Archives
Goleta's blissed out rockers Givers & Takers will drop by KCSB's studios on Monday, October 3rd to talk about music and the creative process with "Joyful Cosmos" host Steve Snyder during the 6-8pm timeslot. Tune in to KCSB 91.9 FM or stream online to catch the appearance, which will include snippets of their unreleased recorded tracks.
Radio Free R.E.M. – Rock It Properly Celebrates the 31 Years of these College-Radio Pioneers This Sunday (October 2)
Of her next broadcast (October 2nd), DJ Darla Bea says, “On this week’s edition of ‘Rock It Properly,’ we'll pay tribute to the 31-year career of recently-disbanded college radio icons R.E.M. We'll explore Originals, Covers, Influences, Guest appearances, Side Projects, Michael Stipe's Cinematic Output, and MORE! Get ready to Rock [...]
Revenge of the Electric Car – Plug in Santa Barbara with the Sustainability Project and the CEC on “Art of Peace” (Wednesday, September 28)
Join Philip LeVasseur as he welcomes Michael Chiacos of The Community Environmental Council. On Wednesday, October 5, 2011, CEC and The Sustainability Project are bringing an exclusive preview of the sequel, The Revenge of the Electric Car, to the gorgeous Marjorie Luke Theater. The film captures the auto industry, one of the mightiest industries [...]
Lisa Dani Talks “Circle of 5ths” Open Mic Nights on “The Roadtunes Sessions” (Tuesday, September 27)
Tonight on The Roadtunes Sessions at 8:00 PM, Lisa Danhi will be playing a few songs, talking about her Circle of 5ths Open Mic nights, and telling the world about a special event at Good Cup coffee house on Wednesday, September 28th.
"Culture of Protest" host Dick Flacks says of his next broadcast, tonight, Thursday, September 22nd: "We’re just back from a Scandinavian sojourn and learned a lot in Norway (in the aftermath of the July massacre). Norway has the world’s highest living standard and no unemployment—by violating every assumption enshrined in the US about [...]
Bay Area indie rockers Waters will be dropping by KCSB on Friday, September 23rd to play live in studio on "That's Kablamo!," an eclectic program that airs from 3 to 5pm. Waters is the brand new project of Van Pierszalowski, previously of the lively folk-rock outfit Port O'Brien. Tune in to KCSB 91.9 FM or stream online to catch the [...]
Interfaith Peace Builders’ Rand Clark Followed by Robert Jensen on ‘Imperial Delusions: Ignoring the Lessons of 9/11′ on “Art of Peace” Tonight (Wednesday, September 21)
On tonight's edition of "Art of Peace" (Wednesday, September 21, 6-8pm): During the first hour, Philip Le Vasseur interviews Santa Barbara local Rand Clark as he shares his experiences in Israel and Palestine as a Peace-Building Delegate. Next, an interview with Robert Jensen, a journalism professor at the University of Texas at Austin and [...]
Arun Kundnani, fellow at the Open Society Institute and author of 'The End of Tolerance', discusses surveillance of the Muslim community and the FBI practice of developing 'community partnerships' sometimes based on stereotyping of communities. In the second hour, UCSB professor Lisa Hajjar comments on the practices of torture and detention that [...]
On Sunday, Sept. 18th, Dante Elephante performed and interviewed live on KCSB's The Green Room. The indie-surf-rock quartet hails from Santa Barbara and is signed with Merrifield Records. Click the play button on the bottom of this page for a recording of the full performance and interview. For more information about Dante Elephante, [...]
9-11 Tragedies Commemorated on Two-Hour Edition of “Culture of Protest” (Thursday, September 15, 6-8pm)
"Culture of Protest" host Professor Richard Flacks says of tonight's broadcast: "These days, as Americans remember the events of 2001, few are recalling two other tragic September 11 anniversaries that also reveal much about the nature of social reality. It's the 38th anniversary of the military coup that overthrew the democratic Allende [...]