In Review: “A Turn of Breath” Ian William Craig (Recital) This album is pure beauty – probably one of the most stunning and powerful releases I’ve heard in the past ...
GERALD WILSON INTERVIEW ON ALL THAT JAZZ Gerald Wilson, whose eight-decade career as a jazz composer, arranger, big band leader and trumpeter spanned generations, styles, and geography, died last week in Los Angeles. He was 96. In his memory, a Jazz Corner interview of this genuine jazz legend will be aired on Larry the Fox’s […]
I had a big weekend moving all my stuff out of my old house and into my room on campus and now all that’s left for this summer is to get ready for next semester at the station and get pumped for FYF! Hope all you guys are having a good end of the summer […]
Why did Haley Foher (Circuit Des Yeux) appear 10 feet tall when she suddenly rose from her chair toward the end of her commanding set of stripped-down tracks from 2014’s excellent Overdue? Why does Matt Espy lend his virtuosic drumming talents to pretentious cock rockers Dead Rider (aptly dubbed “dad metal” by friend […]
Tonight! 3/5 of “Flowerhours” favorites the Wild Reeds will be guest DJing and premiering songs from their soon-to-be released album “Blind and Brave.” Tune in on the earlier end of 8-10pm to hear Kinsey, Nick, and Nick pick tunes and discuss hopes, dreams, and their latest recording process. “Blind and Brave” is due out on Saturday, August 9th. […]
In keeping with a longstanding tradition of bringing (always) awesome and (frequently) local music to Rhino Records, KSPC recently hit a high point with their Summer Concert Series. On Sunday, July 20th the Inland Empire was treated to a rare and fascinating performance by pioneering experimentalists Amps for Christ. Amps for Christ features an […]