Join DJ Massari on Friday, May 26th @ 2PM when he airs his recent talk with Chelsey Crowley and Giacomo Zatti of Los Angeles / Bologna based trio, Nuovo Testamento.
On Wednesday, May 24th @ 2PM, Excuse My French speaks with guitarist Jared Mattson before his show in SF at The Knockout on Friday, May 26th.
Tune in this Saturday 9pm-12am to hear Low Praise on Kalx Live! hosted by DangerVenture.
Legendary musician and writer Lenny Kaye joins Carolyn in the KALX studios to discuss the 50th anniversary of the seminal Nuggets compilation and Kaye's latest book “Lightning Striking” which has just been released in paperback.
Kaye will be joined by local musicians to perform and celebrate the songs from Nuggets at the Chapel in San Francisco on Tuesday, May 23.
May is Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage Month. While many KALX DJs are highlighting the music of the many cultures included in this celebration, DJ Dokkaebi's celebration of AAPI music the other day was especially good. You can hear it again, or for the first time, in the KALX Archive player.
Tune in on Wednesday, May 17th @ 2PM when Excuse My French speaks with psych-folk singer-songwriter, Mariee Siou. Siou plays Ashkenaz in Berkeley on Friday, May 19th.
On Monday, May 15th @ 10AM, Berlin-based // Colombia-born, artist Lucrecia Dalt speaks with DJ Massari ahead of her show in SF at The Chapel on Tuesday, May 16th.
Tune in on Friday, May 12th @ 10AM to hear Little Citrus speak with multi-instrumentalist and producer, Joseph Mount, of UK band Metronomy ahead of their show later the same evening at The Fox Theater in Oakland.
Tune in on Thursday, May 11th @ 4PM to hear Astral Projection speak with Kelley Nicole Dugan and Mina Walker of Brooklyn based duo, Daisy The Great.
Formed in 2016, Absolute Darkness is a Death/Thrash band from the San Francisco Bay Area. They combine influences of Cannibal Corpse, Death, and Amon Amarth, with the Bay Area thrash sounds of bands like Testament, Violence, and Exodus to form an unapologetically dark and politically charged sound of their own.