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2014 Summer Concert Series Week 2 Rewind: Amps For Christ

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 […]

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“Boss Guy In Claremont” Celebrates 30 Years with KSPC!

Congratulations to John Stout, one of our amazing community volunteers/DJs, on celebrating 30 years with KSPC!  Now that’s dedication!  Thanks for all the great work you’ve done for us over the years! Be sure to tune in to his show “Boss Guy in Claremont” every Sunday from 10pm to 1am for some awesome music and special giveaways. -E

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Baby Bloggers review: Freeloaders!

Baby Bloggers review: New Bloggers give insight on some older tunes in the big old stack of CD’s in the KSPC collection. By Vivian Ponte-Fritz, Sophie Way, Katie Shepley, Gage Taylor, and Pablo Baeza Freeloaders – Squalorifications (Dogmeat) V: Your typical surfer/skater dude driving guitar and odd thump of drum kit, trying to deviate from pleasant […]

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The Spin Doctors: Music Etc.

   The Glands of External Secretion by Joseph The Glands of External Secretion are Barbara Manning and Seymour Glass (the founder of Bananafish magazine). They’ve released several records together, some fairly recently. This record is a 7” from 1992 called Demonstrate Congo Bob’s Saliva Torture (as in, The Glands of External Secretion Demonstrate…). It has […]

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SHOW REVIEW: Xerxes and Code Orange Kids

The Noise Academy is really just a long room adjacent to Aladdin Jr.’s, a Mediterranean restaurant in Pomona. But as far as a hardcore venue goes, it’s perfect. There were other bands (Stresscase and Plagues) playing this show but I only got there in time to catch Code Orange Kids and Xerxes. Both bands eschewed […]

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