‘Tune In!’ Archives
Musical Charis, ZuhG, and Orion Walsh Play Live from Studio A on “The Freak Power Ticket” (Monday, March 5) + Biko Garage Monday Night!
Almost exactly a year ago, the indie-pop group Musical Charis made a stop at KCSB for an in-studio performance on “The Freak Power Ticket.” A podcast of that performance (with Musical Charis preceding Blvd. Park, another band with Sacramento origins on the same tour) proved to be a quite-popular archival recording on this [...]
Of her next broadcast, DJ Darla Bea says, "You'll be DAMNED if you don't tune in to 'Rock It Properly' this SUNDAY from 8-10pm for your Punk Rock lesson at KCSB's School of Rock. Bring your SEX PISTOLS and clothes that CLASH because there's gonna be a riot on the airwaves!" "Rock It Properly" airs on Sundays in the winter from 8-10pm.
Let Freedom Sing: “Culture of Protest” Closes Black History Month Focus with New Freedom Songs (Thursday, March 1)
Of his next broadcast (Thursday, March 1st), "Culture of Protest" host Professor Dick Flacks writes, "We'll do one more program this week relating to Black History Month. The focus: a number of performers in recent years have made projects reviving and restoring the music of the civil rights movement years. These include Mavis Staples, John [...]
Tune in Tuesday, February 28, 8 to 10 p.m. Santa-Barbara based acoustic quintet Kalinka, plays a lively and eclectic blend of Jewish klezmer, gypsy music, vintage jazz, French café music, and Eastern European folk. Their sound is joyous, sweet, and gutsy. To their wide repertoire, they bring consummate musicianship and zest. Formed two years ago, [...]
On Thursday March 1st, KCSB will broadcast the AS Program Board's Battle of the Bands live on air! Tune in at 8:30pm to KCSB to hear five sets from local bands The Fire Department, Givers and Takers, Ellison Hall, The Ole's, and The Bad Love, as they compete for an opening spot ASPB's Extravaganza Festival line up. KCSB's own Natalie Earhart [...]
Monday's edition of "The Freak Power Ticket" (February 27th) will feature a new interview with comedy actor/writer/director David Wain. As a feature-film director, Wain is known for the cult-classic summer-camp-movie spoof Wet Hot American Summer, and the hit "bromance" comedy Role Models, starring Paul Rudd and Seann William Scott. His new [...]
Of her next broadcast (Sunday, February 26), DJ Darla Bea says, "Two turn tables and microphone...tune in and listen to 91.9 FM this Sunday from 8-10pm and celebrate the music of Beck Hansen with a Anti-Folk Lesson from KCSB's School of Rock. Listen as we explore Beck's diverse musical offerings, his influences, and a selection of covers - [...]
Santa Barbara Locals GARDENS & VILLA stop by “Kittens VS Godzilla” TODAY (Friday, February 24th 3-5PM)
Members of Santa Barbara indie-rock band gardens & villa will appear on Friday's eclectic music program "Kittens VS Godzilla." After a hectic year exploding onto the national scene, booking major festivals (including SXSW, Coachella, and Sasquatch) and recording up north, the band comes back to their roots here in Santa Barbara for a concert [...]
Singing the Long Civil Rights Movement: Chuck D Produced Music Box Set Discussed on “Culture of Protest” (Thursday, February 23)
Of his next broadcast (Thursday, February 23rd), "Culture of Protest" host Professor Dick Flacks writes, "Chuck D has made a recorded compilation that's an excellent resource for African American History Month. It's called 'Let Freedom Sing' and its 3 CDs provide a remarkable array of songs that span the long struggle. This week we'll feature [...]
In protest against the cruel and unusual punishment meted out in California prisons, prisoners are again on a hunger strike and one prisoner at Corcoran State Prison, Christian Gomez, has died. Jay Donahue of CA Prisoner Hunger Strike Solidarity joins Avery Gordon and Elizabeth Robinson at 8:30 to report on current actions inside and out of the [...]