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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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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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Baby Bloggers review: Freeloaders!

Baby Bloggers review: New Bloggers give insight on some older tunes in the big old stack of CD's in the KSPC collection. By Vivian Ponte-Fritz, Sophie Way, Katie Shepley, Gage Taylor, and Pablo Baeza Freeloaders – Squalorifications (Dogmeat) V: Your typical…

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The Spin Doctors: Music Etc.

  • July 26, 2012
  • rock

   The Glands of External Secretion by Joseph The Glands of External Secretion are Barbara Manning and Seymour Glass (the founder of Bananafish magazine). They’ve released several records together, some fairly recently. This record is a 7” from 1992 called…

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EVENT PREVIEW: Benefit for Kara Engel

Kara Engle Benefit Concert

Some of KSPC’s favorite local and LA based bands are getting together next Thursday, February 17 at the Hip Kitty in Claremont for a very special event, a benefit for Kara Engel.

While we can’t imagine a more awesome (and fun!) lineup to hit the Hip Kitty stage (SAVAGE REPUBLIC, DESPERATION SQUAD, DUDE MIRROR, WCKR SPGT AND SAM MCPHEETERS!), your $20 admission will also go to a very important cause (from the Facebook event page): “As some of you may know, our dear friend Kara Engel has been battling breast cancer and her talented friends want to bring us all together to help her and her family with the financial burden and to show our love and support for Kara. As cancer has affected us, our friends and our family in one way or another, we all know how important these events are. Our support and… coming together will mean so much to Kara and her family.”

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