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Press Release: Return of KCSB Alumni

Wednesday, July 15th, 2020
RETURN OF THE DJs! Alumni broadcasters fill out KCSB-FM schedule during the COVID-19 shutdown Santa Barbara, CA — 91.9 KCSB-FM in Santa Barbara recently launched its new Summer Schedule, which features programming created remotely by former KCSB DJs and other producers. These radio hosts [...]
RETURN OF THE DJs! Alumni broadcasters fill out KCSB-FM schedule during the COVID-19 shutdown Santa Barbara, [...]
By Ted Coe, / Posted in Music, Blog, At the station

The Beloved Community of IV COVID Campaign

Wednesday, June 03rd, 2020
KCSB-FM is supporting The Beloved Community of Isla Vista in their COVID-19 messaging campaign. They are urging community members to take care of themselves and neighbors by wearing masks and observing physical distancing. Among other things, the novel coronavirus messaging campaign will showcase [...]
KCSB-FM is supporting The Beloved Community of Isla Vista in their COVID-19 messaging campaign. They are urging communit [...]

MUSIC REVIEW: Lumpy Records

Thursday, October 10th, 2019
Written by Matt McPherson, External Music Director Music Director policy has us on an active hunt for music, from the mere curios to the glaring omission. Sonically, there's much the station can benefit from. Case in point: recently, a programmer tipped me off to a little label called Lumpy Recor [...]
Written by Matt McPherson, External Music Director Music Director policy has us on an active hunt for music, from the [...]
By / Posted in Music reviews, Music

fragmented selves – a playlist

Friday, February 01st, 2019
Composition of multiplicities and contradictions. Soft Touch – dreams don't forget Soft Touch, a solo project from Detroit, Michigan, released Maybe Something, Maybe Nothing in 2016. Their work recently received attention from Detriti Records, a label from Berlin, Ger [...]
Composition of multiplicities and contradictions. Soft Touch – dreams don't forget Soft [...]
By / Posted in Blog, Playlists