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In-Studio: Tomber Lever

Tomber Lever are a Sneaky Experimental Indie Folk Punk Tribe band from the Inland Empire. They played In-Studio on October 15th, 2017 on The Songs for the Whippersnapper Show! Band Members: ELI, TAYLOR, JULIA & ANDREW twitter.com/tomberlever reverbnation.com/tomberlever youtube.com/user/tomberlever tomberlever.bandcamp.com Interview with Tomber Lever, Medium.com, Feb 2017 Upcoming Show: Struckout/Tomber Lever Split Record Release Show The Dope Spot […]

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In Studio: Más Turbo

Más Turbo, a Dub/Reggae band from Sun Valley, CA, performed on Post Apocalypse with DJ Zomb-E on July 22, 2017. Originally founded in 2007 from Northern Los Angeles, Más Turbo roamed the underground music scene in Ska, Punk and Dub fashion. In recent years following several line-up changes, the group transformed their music into a new sound […]

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Power Hour: Episode 3

A Comic Culture Cast analyzing the latest comic book news in every form. Power Hour breaks down stories and characters for newcomers to the genre. We take a critical look at the social issues that are present in this media and how they are represented. The new trailer for Cloak and Dagger has dropped! The […]

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SHOW REVIEW: Mitski at the Glass House, April ’17

The Magic of Mitski Last April, Mitski took the stage at the intimate and cozy Glass House in Pomona, CA. This show was long awaited by many in the audience since Mitski released her most recent album, Puberty 2, her fourth full-length album, in June of 2016. Mitski has come a long ways since her […]

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INTERVIEW: Prof. Graydon Beeks on Going For Baroque

On Friday, June 30th from 12pm – 2pm, KSPC’s “Going for Baroque” host Tim Moore will have an in-studio guest, Professor Graydon Beeks of the Pomona College Music Department faculty. They will discuss Handel and his English contemporaries. Professor Beeks will comment on the composers who lived and worked during the time Handel dominated the […]

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