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An Interview with Professor Martha Gonzalez

“Part of being in the band is having a Chicana feminist analysis. The presence of women in the group is not ‘eye candy’ or a tokenized gesture toward balancing any sort of gender scale: it’s an honest recognition of the poetic, musical, and compositional strengths the female musicians in the community possess.” Martha Gonzalez is […]

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KSPC Week of Womyn: An Interview with Zoya

KSPC’s Week of Womyn is here to showcase womyn artists and call attention to the gender inequalities in media and beyond. We are pleased to share an interview with Zoya, a singer-songwriter who spent her childhood here in SoCal. Zoya will be playing tonight at KSPC’s Feminist Festival!!   1. Has your identity shaped your experience as […]

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DJ Spotlight: DJ Selecta Diamond’s “Top 10″ Playlist

Since May 2014, KSPC has had the pleasure to present DJ Selecta Diamond to its audience. On Wednesdays 2-4pm you can check out “In Cahoots” for DJ Selecta Diamond’s mix of underground rock, garage rock bands, latin music (Brazilian and Columbian), blues and anything else that might peak his interest! Raised in Boston, DJ Selecta […]

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KSPC Concert Calendar: Week of 3/11/15

If you’re itching to hear some live music this week, here’s a peak at shows KSPC recommends: Wednesday, March 11th Howlin’ Rain – The Blank Tapes – The Shelters – Mild High Club @the Echo Nacosta – The Crazy Brave – Mars & the Massacre – L.A. River Bend @Silverlake Lounge Sad Girl – The Paranoyds […]

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Album Review: Masaya Ozaki – Fluid and Dreaming of Stripes

Masaya Ozaki – Fluid and Dreaming of Stripes. Eilean Records  On his debut album, Masaya Ozaki, a Japanese composer and multi-instrumentalist, undergoes an in-depth examination in how much emotion can be provoked through a bare minimum of sound.  Using a variety of plucked string instruments (guitar and ukulele), piano, synth pads and tape manipulations, Ozaki […]

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