Join the greatest radio station in the world! The next recruitment for KALX volunteers is right around the corner! Come to our Fall Recruitment Info Session to find out about everything there is to do at the station!
When: Thursday, September 14th @ 8PM
Where: 145 Dwinelle
Be a DJ! Specializing in alternative music of every genre: rock, punk, electronica, jazz, funk, soul, blues, hip-hop, classical and more!
Sex 14s intervews Joe Henry on KALX, July 17, 2023
For the first three weeks of classes, all of KALX's Public Service Announcements highlight the many opportunities that new and returning students have to enrich their Cal experience. From museums to clubs, counseling services and more, Cal's resources are immense, and we aim to amplify them as much as we can. Tune into 90.7FM or kalx.berkeley.edu to hear all about opportunities for Cal students.
Review by Laila Karkori, photos by Jaida Berkheimer
“Must be at least 6 years old to attend” read the event poster as I walked into the Great American Music Hall. The energy was electric on the evening of July 23rd as a crowd of uniformly stylish, enthusiastic individuals filled the venue awaiting the San Francisco rock band, Pardoner. Comprised of River Van de Berghe, Colin Burris, Max Freeland, and Trey Flanigan, Pardoner were wrapping up a month-long summer tour, with San Francisco being their final stop.
Early Tuesday night, before dusk had even settled, a swarm of people had amassed outside of the Greek Theater, buzzing with excitement for the evening that awaited them on the other side of the security checkpoint. What awaited, of course, was the Berkeley leg of legendary country songwriter Lucinda Williams’ joint tour with indie darlings Big Thief, whose sprawling double-lp Dragon New Warm Mountain I Believe in You, out on 4ad, cemented them as a household name early last year.