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Interview with French Vanilla

  Your favorite KSPC volunteer Olivia Wood is back with a new series of exclusive interviews featuring local and independent bands! She hopes you enjoy this inside scoop on French Vanilla, a female-fronted post-punk band from LA. Want to see more from Olivia? You can also check out her album review series here, here, and […]

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Exploring the Library: Review of The Raincoats

In the third installment of the Exploring the Library series, one stellar volunteer slugs through the depths of the music library to (re)present this British post-punk album by The Raincoats. Check out Olivia’s contemporary take on this 1979 oldie below! Album: The Raincoats Artist: The Raincoats Label: Rough Trade Records Year: 1979 Love it or hate it, music made […]

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Fall 2015 Hardcore Show: Live Music Pics!!

Check out what’s up with KSPC’s Hardcore show via these sick photos taken by our volunteer Emily Macune and staffer Madeline Helland!  Featuring local hardcore punk and metal bands Strike Back, Frustrated, and Primitive Ways. Want to get involved with photographing KSPC events, or have pics from our shows that you’d like to have published on the […]

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“An Evening of Bassy Grooves” with Mark Redito and Astronautica

Way back in October, Mark Redito and Astronautica performed at Pomona College in an evening to remember. Relive or experience these artists’ magic for the first time with the following recollections and photography by a KSPC staffer! Mark Redito and Astronautica, two royalties of the LA beat scene, commanded the Smith Campus Center Social Room […]

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Exploring the Library: Review of Fielded’s Boy Angel

In the second installment of the Exploring the Library series, Olivia Wood gives us a fresh guide for Boy Angel, the new release from Fielded. Dive into this indie pop EP and add something new to your own library! Album: Boy Angel Artist: Fielded Label: Universally Handsome Year: 2015 Lindsay Powell—AKA Fielded—has been making strange, intricate synth-pop for some years now, but […]

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