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

Posted on 4/12/2023

I had dreamed of going to Edwardian Ball for years. Yearned for the golden ball gowns and  the little toupées. For months before the ball this year, I read Brokeassstuart’s updates of the corset making class in preparation, interviews with performers and conversations with the artists who were going.

The ball was the talk of the town — two evenings of magic using the Regency Ballroom as it was originally intended, a conglomeration of all of the Hoop dresses and Cinderella wigs in a 50 mile radius.

Momma CD
Posted on 2/23/2023

Each week, KALX gets dozens of new releases to be added to the Features bin in our legendary library. Household Name, the 3rd studio album by Momma, recently became part of this features bin, and has quickly become one of my favorite albums of 2022. For an in-depth review of a sick album, read on!

Posted on 4/12/2023

Review by David Kim, Photos by Olivia Tai.

Posted on 5/3/2023

Photos by Nadine Ordaz, review by Walker Price.

Posted on 4/20/2023

Review and photos by Emily Evans

Posted on 4/22/2023

By Jeremy Becker. Photos by Emily Evans.

We showed up at The New Parish early and loitered around the courtyard, waiting for the show to start. Karega Bailey took the stage and we walked into the bar which was slowly filling up with patrons. Emily positioned herself near the stage and Karega started performing.

Posted on 5/28/2023

Photo & Review by Sophia Risin

Posted on 7/19/2023

Once a year for the past decade, flamboyantly dressed punks, goths and hippies descend on a sleepy Oakland park. Casual basketballers and nurses on break are replaced by hipster food trucks, 2 stages, and throngs of counter-culture music lovers.

Posted on 8/10/2023

By Chris LeBoa and Kate Rose

May Kershaw of Black Country, New Road
Posted on 9/6/2023

Review by Josette Thornhill, photos by Riley Saham