KALX Weblog

 

Is listening to us over the airwaves just not enough for you to meet your daily dosage of KALX? Then get ready to see original writing, artwork, and photography brought to you regularly by KALX volunteers!

The Weblog will feature content like top-charting album reviews, local event coverage, and a behind-the-scenes look into the station. Learn more about what music is vibing with our DJs, get to know our artistic side through featured designs, and get a heads up on what events we’re looking forward to in the future.

Check out some of our past Weblog posts right here:

 

Weblog Posts

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Photo of Triathalon. Credit: Elle Henriksen
Posted on 11/13/2018

Lo-fi pop dream world

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Photo of The Internet. Credit: Elle Henriksen
Posted on 12/7/2018

Everyone’s Family at The Internet

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The Gooms at The Yard (October 26th)
Posted on 12/5/2018

On the weekend of October 25th/26th, L.A.-based garage/surf rock band The Gooms came up to the Bay Area, playing back-to-back shows at the Bottom of the Hill in San Francisco and at The Yard in Berkeley. I had a chance to catch up with them on a sunny Sunday morning after they were riding high from two incredible shows.

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Photo of Hablot Brown. Credit: Elle Henriksen
Posted on 12/7/2018

Forget the overdone DIY lo-fi and surf punk grunge scene because neo soul band Hablot Brown is about to take over.

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Photo of Overcoats. Credit: Adrienne Lee
Posted on 12/5/2018

New York’s Overcoats blanket the Warfield with soothing harmonies and billowing beats.

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Tuesday, December 11th - 3:31pm
Posted on 12/11/2018

An excited buzz lingered in the air as a large and bustling crowd waited for Oakland native Jay Som, aka Melina Duterte, and Los Angeles based musician Justus Proffit to take the stage for a sold out show at the Starline Social Club in Oakland on November 30th, 2018. This was the first stop on Duterte and Proffit’s tour together to promote their new collaborative five-track EP titled Nothing’s Changed.

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Tuesday, December 11th - 2:34pm
Posted on 12/11/2018

KALX volunteer Elie Katzenson had the opportunity to interview East Bay Alternative Book and Zine Fest (EBABZ) organizers Maira McDermott and June Hong on Method to the Madness before the event took place. Get the scoop on their discussion of the importance of zines and zine-making, inclusive art events, and the ins and outs of organizing the festival.

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