Every year at KZSC we have to say goodbye to graduating Djs. In this interview Djs Null (Glass Castle II), Elbo (Got Rapps?) and Syd the Kyd (No Pasa Nada) reminisce about some of their favorite memories and experiences from the past few years at the station. What is the origin of your DJ name? […]
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The Program Review Committee is the shadowy cadre of students and community members who oversee KZSC's schedule. They are the ultimate power in the galax-- we mean, airwaves. What else could we possibly mean?
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Hello folks! DJ Catfish and Firey Nairi have followed the smoke to the riff filled mystical land of Las Vegas to bask in the metal madness glory of Psycho Las Vegas. Headliners include The Brain Jonestown Massacre, King Diamond, Magma, Sleep and Mastadon, along with Pentagram gracing the pre-pool party happening Thursday evening. Stay tuned […]
Tell us a little bit about yourself. My DJ name is CassetteDream. When I am not at KZSC I enjoy swimming, studying and riding my bike. My favorite rapper is Earl Sweatshirt. I have an incredible sense of humor and enjoy making people laugh. My favorite movie is 1995 film Ghost in the Shell What […]
The Golden Road’s Art O’Sullivan moved to Santa Cruz to attend UCSC as an alternative academic experience, but the ocean, redwoods and counterculture kept him here. Upon first listening to KZSC, Art was drawn to the alternative music, talk and special format programming.
He started programing The Golden Road on June 18, 1997 as a 30th anniversary celebration of the Monterey International Pop Festival.
If you have the opportunity to see Nicole Dollanganger, Teen Suicide (or whatever name they change to), Elvis Depressedly, or Aeon Fux, go spend that money. They’re gems, all of them.
Many thanks to the good folks at the Vera Project for showing me live music isn’t a huge chore. Festivals are a whole different story, but this will be the year I go out to see some more shows more often.
Aimee Hamel, AKA Aimdog Hamslice, is October’s Programmer of the Month. Aimee created Country Fried and Irish Boyfriend.
She is currently interning at WAM (Women’s Audio Mission). WAM is the only non-profit recording studio in the world that was built and run by women. Less than 5% of people working in the audio industry are women, and WAM’s goal is to “change the face of sound.”