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In-Studio: Inti Wawa

Mayra Vargas, is a Los Angeles by-way-of Peru multi-instrumentalist who writes and performs under the moniker Inti Wawa, which translates to “Baby of the Sun,” from Quechua, the language spoken by the Inca civilization. Her single "Cantamos Fuerte" is the story…

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In-Studio: Sister Mantos

**The audio was edited for wordpress file size limitations. You can watch & listen to the entire performance on our FB page: https://www.facebook.com/KSPCOnline/videos/10159763612470014/ Sister Mantos is a music and performance art group based in Los Angeles. Listen to their In-Studio recorded on…

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In-Studio: Gun Outfit

Set List: Landscape Painter (0:00) Slow Realization (3:15) Second Decade (6:21) Background Deal (11:41) The 101 (15:31) Strange Insistence (18:11) Originally from Olympia, Washington, Gun Outfit is now a five-piece LA band featuring Claremont's Henry Barnes (Amps for Christ, Man is the…

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Tropicália 2017 Preview

Tropicália Music & Taco Festival is right around the corner, coming up on November 11th, and two of KSPC’s own wanted to share who they are most excited to see perform. They are also super pumped about the ALL YOU…

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In-Studio: Tomber Lever

Tomber Lever are a Sneaky Experimental Indie Folk Punk Tribe band from the Inland Empire. They played In-Studio on October 15th, 2017 on The Songs for the Whippersnapper Show! Band Members: ELI, TAYLOR, JULIA & ANDREW twitter.com/tomberlever reverbnation.com/tomberlever youtube.com/user/tomberlever tomberlever.bandcamp.com Interview with Tomber…

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In-Studio: The Groans

The Groans are a QPOC Punk band from Rancho Cucamonga. Their phenomenal sound has been described as "Personal/political punk 3-piece with super poignant and inspiring songs." -5432fun." They played In-Studio on October 1st, 2017 on The Songs for the Whippersnapper…

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Indigenous People’s Day

KSPC recognizes October 9th as Indigenous People’s Day and acknowledges the displacement of Indigenous populations and knowledges through colonialism and its many iterations. KSPC and the Claremont Colleges are placed on stolen Tongva land. On October 9, through interviews, lectures,…

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