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Swede Dreams: The Music of Sweden on “Rock It Properly” (Sunday, March 27)

Swede Dreams: The Music of Sweden on “Rock It Properly” (Sunday, March 27)

Of her next broadcast (March 27th), DJ Darla Bea says, "This week's lesson is on the Music of Sweden from ABBA to Yngwie Malmsteen (Pop, Hip Hop, Hard Rock). Your weekly dose of the School of Rock on KCSB Community Radio. Get ready to Rock Out!" “Rock It Properly” airs Sundays in the Winter from 8-10pm.

Just Vision: “The Spirit Of Martin Luther King Jr., Honoring the Unsung Heroes” on “Art of Peace” (Wednesday, March 23rd)

Just Vision: “The Spirit Of Martin Luther King Jr., Honoring the Unsung Heroes” on “Art of Peace” (Wednesday, March 23rd)

Many stirring words were delivered by Martin Luther King Jr. Upon receiving the Nobel Peace Prize, King dedicated the award to the thousands around the world engaged in nonviolent social-change practices. Though often hidden from the public eye, these individuals were directly confronting, in King's words, "the crucial political and moral [...]

Flamenco Musician Tony Ybarra In-Studio on “Roadtunes Sessions” (Tuesday, March 22nd)

Flamenco Musician Tony Ybarra In-Studio on “Roadtunes Sessions” (Tuesday, March 22nd)

Local Flamenco legend Tony Ybarra will be joining host Andy Doerr on "The Roadtunes Sessions," this Tuesday, March 22nd, at 7pm. His sound, encompassing everything from classical to jazz, has been described as melodic, romantic, rhythmic, and sophisticated. It has been featured in documentaries, films, and on TV. Tony will talk about being [...]

Toro y Moi founding member Chaz Bundick on The Marketplace of Ideas this Sunday

Toro y Moi founding member Chaz Bundick on The Marketplace of Ideas this Sunday

Colin Marshall talks to Chaz Bundick, founding member and frontman of the experimental pop project Toro y Moi. Last year, Bundick introduced Toro y Moi to the world with the electronic, relatively sample-heavy solo album Causers of This. Now he darts all the way across the spectrum of the project's sound with Underneath the Pine, a record [...]

March 19th “Wake-Up Call” Demonstration Profiled on “Art of Peace” (Wednesday, March 16th)

March 19th “Wake-Up Call” Demonstration Profiled on “Art of Peace” (Wednesday, March 16th)

There is something in the air: it broke out in Tunisia, then spread to Egypt and many other nations. On Wednesday, March 16th, join "Art of Peace" host Philip Le Vasseur for a dialogue with Penny Little of "People to People" TV and Paul Chappel, Peace Leadership Director for the Nuclear Age Peace Foundation, who will speak about the March 19th [...]

“SHAM-ROCK! Music of Ireland” on “Rock It Properly” (Sunday, March 13th)

“SHAM-ROCK! Music of Ireland” on “Rock It Properly” (Sunday, March 13th)

Of her next broadcast (March 13th), DJ Darla Bea says, "Another International Music Lesson brought to you by the School of Rock It Properly and KCSB Community Radio. Take a Tour of the Land of Leprechauns and Rockin' Tunes in celebration of St. Patrick's Day (March 17th). Learn with me, Darla Bea this SUNDAY 8-10pm." “Rock It [...]

“DEMENTO’S MEMENTOS: Novelty Songs”: A Dr. Demento Tribute on “Rock It Properly”

“DEMENTO’S MEMENTOS: Novelty Songs”: A Dr. Demento Tribute on “Rock It Properly”

Of her next broadcast (March 6th), DJ Darla Bea says, “A novel idea, on this week’s edition of ‘Rock It Properly’: a Two-Hour Tribute to Radio Legend Dr. Demento - Full of Novelty Songs (New or Unusual), Mad Music and Crazy Comedy! Featuring the likes of Shel Silverstein, Weird Al Yankovic, Cheech and Chong, and more! Join me on KCSB [...]

The Millions Founding Editor C. Max Magee on The Marketplace of Ideas this Sunday

The Millions Founding Editor C. Max Magee on The Marketplace of Ideas this Sunday

This week on The Marketplace of Ideas, Colin Marshall talks to C. Max Magee, founding editor of literary web magazine The Millions. With Jeff Martin, he's co-edited The Late American Novel: Writers on the Future of Books, a collection of essays from such luminaries as Ander Monson, Reif Larsen, Michael Paul Mason, Jonathan Lethem, and David Gates [...]

“Egypt, Wisconsin, The People Speak” on “Culture of Protest” (Thursday, March 3rd)

“Egypt, Wisconsin, The People Speak” on “Culture of Protest” (Thursday, March 3rd)

"Culture of Protest" host Professor Dick Flacks says of Thursday’s broadcast: "This week we have a two hour block. In hour one, a conversation with Paul Amar, a UCSB professor (Global & International Studies Program) who has creative insight into the rising social movement in Egypt, with music drawn from the struggle. In hour two, a [...]

Brit Pop movement profiled on “I Want Candy” (Thursday, March 3rd)

Brit Pop movement profiled on “I Want Candy” (Thursday, March 3rd)

This week on I Want Candy, host Kevin McCulloch goes to England to listen to Brit Pop.  A style of music that emerged in the early 1990's, Brit Pop was the response to the Grunge movement occuring in America.  Brit Pop picked up on the sounds of the riff based guitar pop of the British Invasion and Madchester scene and aimed them at the British [...]

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