On Tuesday, July 16th, the Shoreline Amphitheater presented a gift to the city of Mountain View.
This month's Featured Design was created by new KALX volunteer Lavinia Sfetcu!
Artist's Statement: This is my first design I've created since starting my journey as a KALX Volunteer! Essentially, my design is a self portrait. All the colors represent my pure excitement to start my volunteer work, along with the endless opportunities of friendships, new music, and creative productivity.
Tune in to The Graduates Tuesday, July 16th @ 9AM for an interview with Elisa Visher from the Department of Integrative Biology at UC Berkeley.
On Saturday, June 22nd at the Fillmore in San Francisco, Toronto-based punks PUP took to the Bay with loud catchy riffs, self-deprecating humor, and more than a little bit of a smug attitude regarding the outcome of the NBA finals. Here’s KALX volunteer Kat’s take after speaking with PUP’s guitarist Steve Sladkowski and watching/moshing the show.
Delve into the past and present of the relationship between Japanese and Bay Area bands Sunday, July 14th @ 11:30AM, as DJ Helen Earth airs a second Tokyo-themed interview with Michael Lucas of the Phantom Surfers and Aya Cuzner of Pops and the Jerks to ask about the history of the relationship between Tokyo and Bay Area rock bands and how that relationship is maintained today.
We're ready to reminisce about Burger Boogaloo 2019. Tune in Sunday, July 14th @ 11:00AM as DJ Helen Earth airs a compilation of interviews from Japanese bands Gorilla, The Highmarts, and The Thunderroads, who all played the Tokyo Takeover Burger Boogaloo Pre-Party on July 5th at Classic Cars West in Oakland.