Tune in on Tuesday, July 19th from 4:15-5:15pm for an hour of new youth DJs from the Pomona College Academy of Youth Success with DJs Jessi, Jesus, G Selassie, TJ, Minnie K, and Notorious Ni. Listeners will hear all genres…
KSPC is a proud sponsor of Outfest 2011, Los Angeles' 29th Annual Gay and Lesbian Film Festival. The documentary "Shut Up Little Man: An Audio Misadventure" will be screened tonight at 7:45PM at the Director Guild of America 2 building…
KSPC is holding a contest this summer to find the most wondrous design to put on KSPC's next batch of t-shirts! Designs must include the words "KSPC" "88.7fm" and "kspc.org" and be submitted by August 1. We look forward to…
DJs Troy Talk Show and Pebbles are hosting the Riverside-based band Honest Abe on "Que Chido" today. Tune in from 4-6pm to hear the tunes!
Seems like we can’t get enough of Shannon and the Clams’ latest album, Sleep Talk, here at KSPC! Of course, with a band as fun and awesome as Shannon and the Clams, who can blame us?? Check out the rest of last week’s hits!
JAZZ SPECIAL: As America's original art form, jazz is closely intertwined with the country's spirit of independence and freedom. So be sure to tune in to Larry the Fox's show "Claremont Straight Ahead" at noon on Monday the Fourth of July…
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This exciting Thursday night of musical wonder took place in the Music Box: a really great venue with a pretty classy-retro feel in the heart of Hollywood. It was pretty packed and full of devoted, lively young fans. There was a lot of singing along and such, but not in the annoying overdone drunk way. Although Flying Lotus was the highlight for many of the people who went, the opening acts were unexpectedly quite impressive. All were under the Brainfeeder label and although could all be considered part of the same electronic genre of music, each had their own distinct style. Thus it was a quite balanced line-up ranging from the chill trance-like melodies of Teebs to the grimy hip hop beats of Samiyam to the energized hard style of Gaslamp Killer.
Animal Collective’s Panda Bear gets the #1 spot on the charts this week with his most recent solo album, Tomboy! Read more charts here!
The Prids will be stopping by the studio to play some songs on Gachan Gachan this Monday, June 27th. The band has been making music for over a decade, playing sweet shoegaze-influenced fuzz pop like nobody’s business.
Post-rock legends Explosions in the Sky come in at #1 with their latest album, Take Care, Take Care, Take Care. Find the rest of our charts for last week below!