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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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Music Department Reviews

Artist: Lil Bibbya Album: Free Crack Label: Self-released Seventeen-year-old Chicago drill rapper Lil Bibby has music typical of the drill subgenre.  I was disappointed, because a lot of this was “no play,” but I love this type of music.  The bass is heavy, and the drums are rock hard.  Chicago has a real thing going […]

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Interchange Highlight: Disability, Illness, and Difference Alliance

Last November on the Interchange, Ann Kirkpatrick spoke with Scripps College senior Maddy Ruvolo about the new Disability, Illness, and Difference Alliance at the Claremont Colleges. To make the interview more accessible, volunteer Leanna transcribed what Maddy had to tell the Interchange about disability activism. https://ia601003.us.archive.org/1/items/Interchange112413/Interchange%20112413.mp3 INTERVIEW TRANSCRIPT: Ann:  This is Ann Kirkpatrick and I am speaking […]

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Will It Blend #5: Rockin’ Swing

Beware, there are epidemics on the loose. Swing, no matter if you know swing styles of dance or not, has been known to cause involuntary body bouncin’, uncontrollable shakin’, and stylish struttin’ among listeners. Rock, meanwhile, seems to cause violent head movements, fist pumping, and concerticus jumpicus. Few genres invoke as much involuntary body movement […]

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Movie Music-A Better Life

Alright.  Here’s where I start delving into the film scores, so if classical music isn’t typically your thing, just bear with me for a moment.  For those of you who actually do listen to your fair share of film scores, it’s likely you’re familiar with names like John Williams and Hans Zimmer.  No doubt they’ve […]

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