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ART AFTER HOURS: Calvin Johnson’s Selector Dub Narcotic, Hartle Road

Come to Art After Hours (https://www.facebook.com/events/1273608266024323/) at the Pomona College Museum of Art tomorrow night! Sustainable crafts, crepes, and Calvin Johnson (head of K Records, from the bands Beat Happening and Dub Narcotic Sound System) and Hartle Road play live sets starting at 9! Free! Brought to you by the Museum and KSPC!

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ART AFTER HOURS – Fall 2016 Kickoff with KSPC

This Thursday is an extremely special and powerful for many reasons. September 1st, KSPC and Pomona College of Art will be kicking off the fall 2016 Art After Hours series. Art After Hours offers a variety of programming including live music concerts sponsored by KSPC 88.7 fm, lectures, panels, workshops, tours, film screenings, and performances […]

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Kickin’ It with Kera and Upset

Missed Kera and the Lesbians and Upset performing at the the last Art After Hours? Get the lowdown from this review by KSPC’s Publicity Director, Cleo Spencer, featuring photography by Emily Macune! Plus, get ready for the last Thursday night of KSPC sponsored live music for the semester, happening April 14th. A few days after International Women’s Day, your […]

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Art After Hours: Live Music Photos & Review!

Although radio broadcast is our first love, bringing live music to campus is one of KSPC’s favorite off-the-air activities. Experience the beauty of FREE, LIVE, LOCAL MUSIC  for yourself by coming out to our next show (on FRIDAY at 9PM) and reading this review of our first live music event of the semester! Volunteer Emily Macune walks us […]

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Lealani Teano Captures KSPC Hearts

A few weeks back KSPC had the pleasure of bringing Lealani/The Pezheads to Art After Hours. Check out the reflection and photos below to relive her captivating performance!  Thursdays are the craziest days of the week, but Art After Hours is always the high point of the mayhem. The prospect of good snacks, crafts, friends and live music consistently gets […]

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