John has on the show Richard Stockton, Vernon Bohr and Steve Splich. Press Play to listen!
Bruce has on the show Jimmy Cook and Linda Bixby of CASA – Court Appointed Special Advocates as well as Jim Coffis the publisher and editor of the SLVNN – San Lorenzo Valley News Network. So many acronyms! Listen Here!
Finally, after all these months of waiting, Deftones’ newest record, Koi No Yokan, is dropping on Tuesday, November 13th. It’s one hell of an album, definitely on par with Diamond Eyes and White Pony.
Other new releases include one of the most influential punk rock bands, Fear, with their newest release The Fear Record and a return to form for black metal outfit Anaal Nathrakh with one of their best albums to date, Vanitas.
1 THE SWORD Apocryphon Razor And Tie
2 NO BRAGGING RIGHTS Cycles eOne
3 NEUROSIS Honor Found In Decay Neurot
4 HAARP MACHINE Disclosure Sumerian
5 AXEWOUND Vultures The End
6 BETWEEN THE BURIED AND ME The Parallax II: Future Sequence Metal Blade
7 TEXAS IN JULY Texas In July Equal Vision
8 ABIOTIC Symbiosis Metal Blade
9 GLAMOUR OF THE KILL Summoning eOne
10 ALL THAT REMAINS A War You Cannot Win Razor and Tie
Another Closet Free for another day! Click the play button to listen!
Chile’s Anita Tijoux is returning to Northern California after playing here at Santa Cruz’s Catalyst a few months ago. Tijoux is a Chilean rapper who grew up in France due to her parents political exile during the dictatorship of Pinochet. She flew back to her father’s homeland of Chile after the return of democracy, where she found herself in the hip-hop scene of Santiago. After some time spent in the band Makiza, who quickly reached the top of Latin American Hip-Hop, she soon broke away and began making solo music that resulted in three full length albums. Her single titled “Shock,” is seen to many as an anthem for the student movement in Chile. The song has in a way become a part of the movement and contains lyrics regarding the Pinochet regime, police repression, and the many inequities within Chile’s education system (see video below).
If you’re heading home to the bay area for the holidays, already happen to be in the area, or are just in the mood to see an amazing musical activist, head on over to La Pena Cultural Center in Berkeley to see Anita Tijoux on November 21st at 8pm.
If you are here in Santa Cruz you know that we’ve had unseasonably warm fall weather…up until now. The nights are already getting longer and we expect our winter chill to last into 2013. Luckily, you can combat the cold in one of KZSC’s Warm Hoodies. Available in your size with The Great 88 logo on the back, you can zip up your hooded sweatshirt and stay warm all winter. BONUS: buying one helps support KZSC!!
You’ll find hoodies, shirts and all KZSC brand products only inside our wood-fired Merchandise Shop.
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