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Artwork by Melissa Silvers
Posted on 4/16/2018

Brooklyn band Heaven embodies 80s and 90s nostalgia in their newest album, All Love Is Blue

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Photo of Kate Nash
Posted on 4/16/2018

Prior to her show at the Fillmore this past Monday, I spoke with Kate Nash about her new record, Yesterday Was Forever. After a five year hiatus, this is her first major release since 2013’s Girl Talk.

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Posted on 4/13/2018

L.A duo Dream System 8 refreshes synth-wave music with their recent release We Sleep Again that all 80s lovers would want to hear! 

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Photo of Pussy Riot
Posted on 4/9/2018

A nuclear security researcher considers how Pussy Riot informs American political action in 2018. 

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Photo of Margaret Cho with DJ Velvet Einstein
Posted on 4/4/2018

On March 21st, comedienne Margaret Cho dropped by KALX to have a chat with DJ Velvet Einstein only a few hours prior to her show in Zellerbach Hall, held exclusively for Cal students.

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Photo of OMD
Posted on 4/2/2018

Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark lights up The Regency Ballroom with their 80s nostalgia while keeping it modern.

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Posted on 4/2/2018

Wonder what it takes for an album earn a spot on the KALX Top 35? Check out our album review for one of the most played records in March, Typical Girls Vol. 4.

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KALX Weblog logo by Anjali Narayanan
Posted on 3/28/2018

The KALX Weblog is a new platform that allows volunteers of KALX, specifically the writers, photographers and artists amongst our midst, to give a view of life at KALX. The Weblog is the start of a new platform for KALX members to bond over what brought us to volunteer in the first place: music. 

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Photo of the KALX library
Posted on 3/19/2018
Let’s take a trip to the depths of the amazing KALX library, just one of over 100,000 records ensconed deep in the basement of Barrows Hall. 
 
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Amy Guess artwork by Mace Grunsfeld
Posted on 3/12/2018

Rising star Amy Guess shines on KALX New Music Feature for her debut EP with electronic pop anthems on heartbreak and hope.

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