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Your guide to new DJs on KZSC

Spring has sprung and we’re two weeks into our new schedule with fresh faces (or voices) on KZSC. Here’s a guide to some new DJs on air this season. DJ Mood Ring on Moody Classics There are many artists considered to be trendsetters both emotionally and sonically. These artists are spotlighted on Moody Classics, where […]


DJ Hari remembers Carl Kasell

I remember the car rides to my grandmother’s house every Sunday. At 11 am, my father would always turn the radio on, turning the dial until it reached 89.3, KPCC, one of the NPR affiliates in Los Angeles. A low baritone voice would always blare over old-fashioned radio news jingles. “From NPR, and WBEZ in […]


Johnny Maxwell INTERVIEW w/ RIZ AKA RSD 4.17.18

Johnny Maxwell stops by 88.1FM KZSC Santa Cruz College Radio for an exclusive interview with DJ RIZ AKA RSD on 4.17.18. In this interview, the two talk about: his debut EP, X Factor, National Television, remixes, secrets behind his name, Show & Prove, connecting with Rexx Life, DMP Fest, and artists he’s willing to work […]



RIZ AKA RSD connects with ALLBLACK with a quick interview after he opened up for SOB X RBE at The Catalyst in Santa Cruz, CA. In this segment, they conversate about where he resides, community service, the meaning behind his name, his septum piercing, recent collaborations with two rap groups & what he’s dropping next! […]


KZSC Interviews: DJ Fizzi Pop Interviews Minnesota!

Last Friday, I got the chance to sit down with former Santa Cruzian Christian Bauhofer, aka Minnesota. His hits such as “HiLow” and “Stardust Redux” highlight Christian’s unique sound of mixing heavy bass rhythms with musical elements of melodic synths and catchy phrases. His exuberant stage presence and mixing talent has made him a crowd […]


KZSC interviews: Steve Morse

Formed in the early 70’s, the Dixie Dregs bent the genre boundaries of rock, jazz, country and classical.  Fusing unique instrumentals, the Dixie Dregs challenged the listener to expand beyond the industry standard typically fed to the masses as pop music.  This uniqueness became the demise of their marketability. However, forty one years later—as the original members […]