Tune in for another episode of The Graduates Tuesday, October 8th at 9 AM as we speak with Alexander Stubbs about his work broadly encompassing biodiversity of island systems in Indonesia, the evolution of sensory modalities in organisms, and acoustics.
On Friday, October 11th @ 12PM, Method to the Madness host Lisa Kiefer speaks with Ashley Grosh, COO of PIPS Rewards (Positive Impact Points), a benefit corporation using a tracking platform that rewards users with points that are converted to an earned 'currency’ of change, redeemable for verifiable daily life behaviors that benefit the planet, community
On Wednesday, October 2nd @ 6AM, your travel guides in paradise, DJ Poindexter and DJ ((echoplex)), bid a fond farewell to summer as they embark on their fourth annual Exotic Expedition. Tune in and soak up the tropical sounds of exotica, surf, Hawaiian slack key, calypso, cumbia, and so much more.
Illustration Credit: Evan Crankshaw
Benny Sings released City Pop, his sixth album and first for Stones Throw in February 2019. With his signing to Stones Throw, he joins the label’s roster of artists — such as Jerry Paper and Mild High Club — in making music at the intersection of jazz, AOR, R&B and soul.
Tune in to Film Close-Ups this Saturday, September 28, @ 5:30PM when we welcome animator and effects legend Phil Tippett (Star Wars, Jurassic Park, Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom) to the studio to discuss his animated shorts, "MAD GOD" parts 1-3, which will be screening as part of the Drunken Film Fest Oakland. Additionally, he will be joined by festival director Arlin Golden to discuss the background and philosophy of the Drunken Film Fest.
Pull on your boots for another edition of KALX Live! This Saturday, September 28th @ 9PM for San Francisco based Oi!/ street punk/ hardcore band, The Complicators, hosted by Renee Black. Since their burst onto the scene in 2016, these guys have played hard and fast with an "in your face" attitude, blasting the struggles of the working class and fighting back with words of strength, which can be heard