Entries by New Media Director

KZSC’s 50th Anniversary T-Shirt Design Contest!

There is still time to submit a design to our 50th Anniversary T-Shirt Design Contest! Designs must be submitted by September 25th, 2017.  The winning artist will receive five free shirts featuring their design, a tour of our radio station, and the chance to be a part of KZSC’s history!   Submissions need to be single […]

Interview with Martin Barre

Jethro Tull blended hard rock, blues, folk and surreal lyrics to become one of the most unique progressive rock bands of our era. Joining Tull in 1969 for the recording of “Living in the Past”, Martin Barre continued to provide much of the energy juxtaposed to Ian Anderson’s complex melodies and lyrics that allowed the […]

Aug 3 event: Cynthia Connolly on punk in L.A. and D.C.

I was able to interview artist/author Cynthia Connolly before she speaks at Santa Cruz MAH, about her book Banned in DC. Cynthia talks about her experience in both the LA and Washington D.C. punk community; documenting what she felt the scene was really about and truly creative people in there. Check out the interview and listen as we discuss about race, gender, and art!

Interview with KOOL A.D and Amaze 88 (BGLEAFY)

Interview by BGLEAFY (Updated 7/25/17)   From a conversation with KOOL A.D. and Amaze 88 at Guerilla Cafe in Berkeley, where both Kool A.D. and Cult Days were showcasing work.   BGLEAFY: What was your early musical background like? KOOL AD: My pop’s side of things was like Cuban Salsa and Jazz, then he moved […]

Jean-Luc Ponty Interview w/ Test of Time’s DJ Carol!

Carol of the Test of Time speaks with legendary violinist Jean-Luc Ponty.  A virtuoso violinist, Ponty was the first musician to treat the violin like a guitar, applying the use of distortion boxes, phase shifters and the wah-wah pedal to fuse this classical instrument with jazz and rock! Ponty talks about his vast recording career, […]