Album cover of Emily Alone by Florist. Black & white photo of Emily Sprague inside thick black border with red text above.

Album Review: Emily Alone by Florist

By Elinor Aspegren PZ ’20 On the opening track of Florist’s third album Emily Alone, the lead singer Emily Sprague asks listeners, and herself, “I could have words or I could have solitude/Silent but falling, what is my place in this world?” She asks this question in a period of personal introspection, isolation and change, […]

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Have a Nice Life Concert Recap

Since Have a Nice Life’s bone-chilling Deathconsciousness debuted just over a decade ago, the album attracted a small but growing cult following. To describe the album, or any attempt to convey its devastating potency, is futile – it’s best to let it speak for itself. When performed live, its bleakness, hopelessness, and sheer ennui bleeds out of every moment like lacerations.

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IDLES Concert Recap

May 22nd, Wednesday night, Los Angeles was shaken with an immeasurable, staggering force. The epicenter: The Fonda Theatre. But, unlike most storms, there was no calm to precede it. Instead, it began with the calculated chaos of Fontaines D.C., a couple of young Dublin punks that somehow have found a comfortable balance between Britpop-sensibilities and […]

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In-Studio: MOMS

Listen to MOM‘s In-Studio and interview recorded on December 11, 2018, on Tuesdaze Daydream with DeeJayQ. Listen to Tuesdaze Daydream on Tuesdays, 6pm-8pm. Live In-Studio: Interview: Korean Lo-Fi Bedroom band from Los Angeles and Korea. MOMS’s story began in 2015 when high school friends Hanjun Bae and Nick Kim started recording songs in Bae’s bedroom in their hometown of […]

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Larry the Fox Returns! Jazz Jammers Roundtable

Hey, all you jazzcats and others interested in jazz, on September 15, from 3 – 5pm the Old Jazz Spinner, Larry the Fox, came out of retirement to host the Fifth KSPC Jazz Roundtable. The show featured interesting jazz-related discussions, funny jazz experiences and jazz jokes by “A” List premier jazz musicians, living jazz legends, […]

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