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Bryson Tiller

Wednesday, February 24th, 2016
[February 24, 2016] By Chadwyck Moore There really is no one triller than Bryson Tiller. Hailing from the same city as Muhammed Ali, the father of one set his eye on being the next legend from Louisville. Being inspired by Omarion at a young age, Tiller began practicing his vocal [...]
[February 24, 2016] By Chadwyck Moore There really is no one triller than Bryson Tiller. Hailing fro [...]
By KCSB GM / Posted in Music

Way Back Then: “Drunk on the Moon” by No Knife

Wednesday, February 10th, 2016
[February 10, 2016] by Spencer vH Emerging from the fertile grounds of San Diego, CA’s early 1990’s rock ‘n roll explosion, No Knife still stand out in a large group of their remarkable peers. Dubbed by many as “The Next Seattle”, the southern California port served as [...]
[February 10, 2016] by Spencer vH Emerging from the fertile grounds of San Diego, CA’s ear [...]
By KCSB GM / Posted in Music

KCSB FM Takes Lightning in a Bottle: A Preview

Monday, February 08th, 2016
[February 8, 2016] Editors: Shay Mehr, Spencer vonHershman, & Kenneth Oravetz Contributors: Alex Siegers, Anne Trinh, Esha Suri, Kyle Roe, & Adriana Aguilar Do you like live music? Do you find sanctuary in yoga and spiritual healing? Do you want to woogie down? After generating ster [...]
[February 8, 2016] Editors: Shay Mehr, Spencer vonHershman, & Kenneth Oravetz Contributors: Alex Siegers, Anne [...]
By KCSB GM / Posted in Music

Show Review: Anna Meredith and Steve Hauschildt at the Pico Union Project

Thursday, January 14th, 2016
Award-winning Scottish composer and musician Anna Meredith performed her first ever gig in the United States at an unconventional space in downtown Los Angeles, CA. Meredith and her four bandmates were flanked on the bill by acclaimed experimental artists Steve Hauschildt (also performing in Los [...]
Award-winning Scottish composer and musician Anna Meredith performed her first ever gig in the United States at an u [...]
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RnB Up-and-Comer Gallant Sits Down With KCSB FM

Tuesday, November 10th, 2015
[November 10, 2015] Written by Sahil Bissessur Gallant is currently on tour, opening for Sufjan Stevens. Gallant is signed to Mind of a Genius record label, which also reps ZHU. SB: Was the [Weight in Gold] music video completely your idea with the light show in the room? G [...]
[November 10, 2015] Written by Sahil Bissessur Gallant is currently on tour, opening for Sufjan Stev [...]
By KCSB GM / Posted in Music, Interviews

KCSB Goes to CMJ Music Marathon: A Review

Monday, November 09th, 2015
[November 9, 2015] KCSB had the honor of sending a record number of student representatives from the Executive Committee to the CMJ Music Marathon, an annual convention, music festival, and college radio wonderland, held this past October in New York. Contributors: Kenny Oravetz, Sam Goff, Joa [...]
[November 9, 2015] KCSB had the honor of sending a record number of student representatives from the Executive Commit [...]
By KCSB GM / Posted in Music

Music’s Manic Episode Over Digitization

Sunday, November 08th, 2015
[November 8, 2015] Written by Shay Mehr Nestled on the side of the California coast breathing in salty air and luring in young audiophiles is Sound Spectrum, a record shop that’s been right where it’s sitting since 1967. Wave Baker, a 15-year employee of Sound Spectrum, believes that in [...]
[November 8, 2015] Written by Shay Mehr Nestled on the side of the California coast breathing in salty air and [...]
By KCSB GM / Posted in Music

REVIEW: SNOOP DOGG at Delirium (Oct 31)

Friday, October 30th, 2015
[October 30, 2015] by Kenny Oravetz This Halloween, the streets of Isla Vista were deserted. The smell of sea air and horse poop drifted down an abandoned Del Playa as police hung around watching videos on their cell phones. A few ignorant out-of-towners cruised around on their swagways, searc [...]
[October 30, 2015] by Kenny Oravetz This Halloween, the streets of Isla Vista were deserted. The smell of sea air [...]
By KCSB GM / Posted in Music

Homecoming: Thee Oh Sees at the Great American Music Hall (A Review)

Monday, September 14th, 2015
[September 14, 2015] Written by Jake Weeks (Jacob Spaceman) Ah, Thee Oh Sees. Where do I even begin? They’ve been shifting and evolving around Garage Warlord John Dwyer for close to a decade. What began as a bedroom side project is now closing major festival stages, releasing a solid album alm [...]
[September 14, 2015] Written by Jake Weeks (Jacob Spaceman) Ah, Thee Oh Sees. Where do I even begin? They’ve been [...]
By KCSB GM / Posted in Music

KCSB Talks FYF Fest

Monday, September 14th, 2015
[September 14, 2015] Contributors: Shay Mehr, Amanda Katz, Nkechi Ikem, Kenny Oravetz, Kimmy Tejasindhu, & Samantha Villalobos. The live music experience is something that palpates, pulses, and sends pure joy through your synapses from your head to your toes. It’s something we at KCSB cann [...]
[September 14, 2015] Contributors: Shay Mehr, Amanda Katz, Nkechi Ikem, Kenny Oravetz, Kimmy Tejasindhu, & Samant [...]
By KCSB GM / Posted in Music