Hello Jazzy and Bluesy Folks
We hope you’ve been listening to all the wonderful jazz and blues programming we’ve had so far this program schedule. In case you missed any, below is a list of the shows on the schedule offering the best of jazz and blues.
- Every Shade of Blue with Morganic on Mondays from 8:30-10pm
- Two Steps from the Blues on Tuesdays with Charlie from 6-9am
- Clam Chops on Tuesdays with Rocko from 12-2pm
- Beats, Rhymes, & Life on Tuesdays with the Tone from 11pm-1am
- Jazzmatazz on Wednesdays with Arya from 1pm-3pm
- Out Front, Outback on Saturdays with Larry Blood from 10am-12pm
- Jazz Kitty on Saturdays with BlueJay from 12-2pm
Recently Arya Poorsoltan and Eric Partika attended BadBadNotGood at the Catalyst. Below is a report of the show written by Arya:
Mosh. Mosh. Mosh. That is what went down during the BADBADNOTGOOD concert at the Catalyst in Santa Cruz last week. This was the band’s first show in a while and their first time in Santa Cruz, so we made sure to give them a warm welcoming. They played many songs off of their latest album, IV, which was released last year and has showcased their musical talent. They played hits such as, Speaking Gently, Confessions part II, and Cashmere. Their ability to keep jazz alive while incorporating elements of hip-hop, rock, and soul is something that I really appreciate.
My friends and I were quite surprised at the intensity of the mosh pits and the mere existence of them, since this was a jazz show. We thought we would be grooving to the music and just having chill vibes. However, the mosh pits were so intense that I almost fainted, if it wasn’t for my friend who came in clutch with a water bottle. The band’s energy filled throughout the venue that encompassed their youth and enthusiasm.
After the show, Eric, me, and some friends went backstage to chill the band and eat pizza with them. Our conversations felt like any other ones that I have had before, as we talked about daily activities such as Netflix and their lives in Canada. If they weren’t famous musicians, I would think that they were UCSC students.
Anyways, if you want to know more about their musical talents, collaborations, and their lives, check out the interview conducted by Eric and I (Arya).
Now for what you all have been waiting for…..Arya Poorsoltan and Eric Partika, two of our very own DJs, got an interview with the members of BadBadNotGood. To listen follow this link
Keep on listenin’