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Review: Burger A Go-Go Night 1

Written by: Maddie Kringel  Burger Records, known by some as an independent record label based in Fullerton, CA, who really like cassette tapes. This February, Burger put on a collective West-Coast tour Called Burger-A-Go-Go, which stopped for two nights in each…

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Interview: Awakebutstillinbed

Foreword and Interview by: Ryan Cormack   “When I hear the word extremo… I think of me.” I had the pleasure of chatting with Shannon Taylor, singer/songwriter of the extremo punk band awakebutstillinbed, right here at the KZSC station! Based…

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This Is Radio Clash: International Clash Day Feb 7, 2018

Now, more than ever, the world needs The Clash. On International Clash Day (Wed Feb 7, 2018), KZSC joins radio stations all around the world in highlighting the band’s activism and musical magic. KZSC has special programming all day on Wednesday February 7th.
  • Lani B will surpise a lot of listeners with how she's marking the day on Wiki Wiki Wednesday, 6 to 9 am.
  • Dr. T's Vinylorium is packed with rare Clash live recordings, demos, dubs and more, 9 to noon.
  • Artists on Art, at noon, will feature an interview with author and filmmaker Antonino D'Ambrosio, the director of Let Fury Have the Hour: Joe Strummer, Punk, and the Movement that Shook the World (2012). We'll also check in with the folks making International Clash Day happen in Kent, Ohio.
  • DJ Gata will re-constitute Suburban Relapse for a day, sharing her punk mixtape dedicated to The Clash, from 1 to 3 pm
  • Instrument Journal will focus on the guitar for a day, celebrating the musical meeting of Joe Strummer, Mick Jones, and Paul Simonon and their post-Clash projects
  • Art O'Sullivan's The Golden Road has Bob Weir doing a Clash cover, and the Grateful Dead's take on "I Fought the Law," plus Clash rarities, Big Audio Dynamite, and many more surprises!
"Living In The '80s" airs Saturdays 4-6pm on KZSC, Santa Cruz. Here is The Clash Day playlist from Feb 3rd.
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The She’s Record Release

By: Joshua Zupan San Francisco based quartet, The She’s prepare for the release of their second LP entitled “all female rock and roll quartet.” The She’s ultra melodic rock-pop hybrid sound has taken California’s greater bay area by storm for the…

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2017 Rolling Loud Bay Area Review

If you follow any hip hop news outlets, it’s been pretty hard to avoid Rolling Loud coverage. The festival has been getting quite a bit of attention, mostly focused around Lil B getting jumped backstage, and XXXtentacion attacking a fan…

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