Music

  • The Bold Invasion of Cardi B

    04.25.2018

    The Afro-Latina rapper makes a strong debut in her first album.

  • The Indieshop

    01.26.2018

    The Indieshop is one of the stations first and original shows, originally running from 1999-2002 (and elsewhere until 2004). It’s back with the same mix of indie pop & rock, from current artists, to those that inspired them, and everything in-between. We cover the global scene, from Long Beach, to London, South Korea, and back again. Requests and listener participation is highly welcome.

  • The Sound of Black Panther

    03.16.2018

    Kendrick Lamar brought together an all-star cast for Marvel's latest film Black Panther.

  • The Underdogs of the Grammys

    03.23.2018

    Let's talk about a few deserving artists that we hope will be contenders for the 2019 Grammys.

  • What’s Left in the Dust

    11.03.2017

    Although hazing is accountable for numerous deaths and injuries, a lack of college disciplinary action and an unspoken code of silence within college organizations allows this behavior to continue on campuses across America.

  • Why Do The Beach Boys Get Swept Away?

    04.20.2018

    When we talk about the most influential bands of the ‘60s, why do the Beach Boys get swept away by the wave of Beatlemania or get rolled by the Stones?

  • You Can't Have Your Indie Cred and Eat it Too

    04.17.2018

    Julian Casablancas takes a jab at the success of popular music.

  • Young But Wise: Sunflower Bean Shine On “Twentytwo in Blue”

    04.14.2018

    The band’s sophomore effort tackles heartache and politics with youthful sincerity and a touch of glamour.