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Day N Night Hip-Hop Festival (Recap + Video)

Here’s the recap video for the first annual Day N Night Festival in Orange County. This was actually the first music festival I’d ever been to, and while I’d love to comment on all the things I felt went wrong or hit my Kanye rant about the state of today’s hip-hop, I think I’ll just focus on the positive and let you watch the video for yourselves.

Festival highlights include:

  • Being actually impressed with Lil Yachty & his braid-driven stage presence
  • YG tearing the stage down before ASAP Rocky came on and moaned about acid
  • Lil Uzi Vert hopping that trashcan
  • Interviewing Allan Kingdom
  • Sitting in the parking lot for 5 hrs. Saturday due to terrible traffic organization (shouts out TAPS)
  • Seeing the live performance of Fettiwith Playboi Carti, Maxo Kream, & Dash
  • Being offered Xanax 4 seperate times
  • YG performing songs from 2010 and his mostly hometown fans knowing every single word
  • Accidentally buying beer for a 16 y/o and watching him run from security
  • YG perform FDT
  • YG proving why he’s #2 west coast rapper behind Earl Sweatshirt
  • YG

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Larry Coryell, photo by Jose Nieto

Aug 26 (1 pm): Larry Coryell interview

Larry Coryell, photo by Jose Nieto

Photo by Jose Nieto (CC by 2.0)

Virtuoso guitarist Larry Coryell is known for standing at the forefront of the jazz fusion movement. He joined the jazz scene in New York City in the mid ’60s, recording with Chico Hamilton. But before the decade was out, he had also released a memorable psychedelic rock album with The Free Spirits.

Tune in to KZSC’s Test of Time this Friday at 1 PM for Carol’s in-depth discussion with this fusion guitar pioneer, covering several highlights of his storied musical career. His upcoming release, Seven Secrets, has Larry regrouping with members of The Eleventh House—once again exhibiting their collective power of collaboration and creation.

 

 

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KZSC Interviews: Jorma Kaukonen

On October 30th, Carol from KZSC’s  Test of Time spoke with Jorma Kaukonen, the legendary guitarist, singer-songwriter and founding member of Jefferson Airplane and Hot Tuna.

It’s the 50 year anniversary of Jefferson Airplane’s formation, and Kaukonen spoke about how he helped developed their distinctive psychedelic sound. Other topics include meeting Janis Joplin, a new composition with Woody Guthrie and memories of the Sticky Wicket in Santa Cruz.

Jorma will be performing two solo acoustic shows at the Kuumbwa Jazz Center on Sunday Nov. 8.

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Fonzie Interviews IamSu!

Fonzie caught up with IamSu! to discuss his upcoming shows at the Catalyst, his newest mixtape Eyes on Me, and new music he’s been listening to.

IamSu! will be performing at the Catalyst with Rome Fortune, Dave Steezy, and Show Banga on April 3 and 4. Make sure to buy your tickets soon!

You can catch Fonzie on the Fonzie Scheme every Monday night from 10PM – 12AM.

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KZSC Interviews: The Frights

KZSC is getting up and active on YouTube and social media again. Next, DJ Buzzkill of “The Other 90s” interviews  The Frights, a surf-punk band from San Diego. They played the Crepe Place on March 6th, 2015. The interview covers the recent line-up change, the upcoming album, and the band’s love for Sugar Ray!

Interview and concert footage photographed and edited by Brandon Oleksy.

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Fonzie Interviews The Grouch

Fonzie caught up with the Grouch to talk about his upcoming show at the Catalyst, his performance in Los Angeles at Camp Flog Gnaw a few weeks ago, and his latest triple-album with Eligh, The Tortoise and The Crow.

Be sure to attend the How The Grouch Stole Christmas Tour with the GrouchEligh, Cunninlynguists, DJ Abilities, and DJ Fresh coming to the Catalyst on December 4!

You can listen to The Fonzie Scheme every Monday night, 10PM – 12AM!