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In addition to being the lead guitarist of Wilco, and appearing on over 200 records, Nels Cline is on Rolling Stone Magazine’s list of the 100 greatest guitarists of all time.
Tune in to this week's Midnight Express on Tuesday February 19th @ 11:59PM for a show that will have the theme of Space Attack!
KALX and DJ Amazing Grace welcome our extraterrestrial overlords to the 90.7 earth airwaves with an hour of music about space beings, space travel, alien girlfriends, and all music interplanetary.
Tune in on Saturday February 16th @ 11AM when Women Hold Up Half the Sky hosts curator Cassandra Rockwood-Rice and conceptual artist Aishwarya Vardhana in conversation about "EvE: Empowerment vs. Exploitation" a multi-disciplinary art exhibit opening Friday March 1st at Warehouse 416.
Check out the Gallery in Oakland
On the next Method to the Madness, Friday February 22nd @ Noon, host Ojig Yeretsian speaks with Gina Colombatto and Meredith Hays, facilitators of the workshop series The Ultimate Shavasana: Where Examining Death Makes Life a Little Bit Easier. As death educators, they help people talk about their fears around dying and tap into the joy of being alive. Tune in to hear them speak about why it’s so important to embrace our mortality.
Bicicletas Por La Paz fuses Colombian folklore with modern psychedelic funk to create a high-energy sound that combines thick harmonies and hip-hop drive with positive and political messages in both Spanish and English.
Jóhann Jóhannsson was a Golden Globe winning and Academy Award nominated composer renowned for his solo work and compositions for films The Theory of Everything, Sicario, and Arrival. Back in April 2017, he sat down with KALX’s own DJ Velvet Einstein to discuss his album Orphée, Ovid’s Metamorpheses, Cold War-era archival sounds, and how the IBM 1401 computer found its way into his work.