Courtney Barnett: Our Favorite Rock/Country/Indie Artist at The Greek
Thornton alums flaunt what they got
Swedish indie-folk duo, First Aid Kit, play their first show in Los Angeles at the iconic Greek Theatre and definitely do not disappoint.
Flamingosis takes over the El Rey Theatre.
My Six Senses Were Lit
There are two artists that I can look back on across all the concerts I've been to when I need a moment to push the negativity out of my life. Before this show, I would point only to Walk the Moon, but after seeing Florence + The Machine, I can add another artist to that list.
James Blake played a rare, underground Warehouse show in LA last night under the name “1-800-DINOSAUR”
This weeks newsletter is packed. With no less than 6 reviews, we've got more than enough to keep you going through the week.
NEW MUSIC 4 U. And spring fundraiser has begun!!! Donate to KXSC for more new adds like these!
MoM is back and refreshed after a much needed week of spring break & self care. While we were having lots of fun in the sun, we're more than ready to get back at delivering the essential new music you need weekly in your inbox. Check out our latest.
Surf's up!! I hope everyone is having a good and relaxing Spring Break, cause MoM definitely is. If you're waiting on that flight to Paradise (or Margaritaville), why not check out some mood music? We've got you covered. H A G S(pring Break)!!
March is a time for celebration. The weather is warming up, spring break is coming, March 4th is the only day of the year that makes a sentence; everything is looking up. On top of that, MoM is here to deliver unto you the music you need to make it through the week. Special shout out to DJ Andres Guzman for his review on Sylvan LaCue with Apologies in Advance. Check it out alongside with MoM's usual suspects below.
As February comes to a close, we want to give a big shout out to MoM's very own R&B Director, Lani Renaldo, for spearheading KXSC's Black History Month initiative. By all measures, its been hugely successful. Of course, this doesn't end March 1st, and we have more things planned going forward. Keep your eyes out for more as the year goes on, and as always, keep it locked to KXSC! And here are some new adds for you.
For all y'all who had the day off, hope your extended weekend was nice & relaxed. To those who had to go to work, at least the traffic wasn't too bad. Imported a review from Chile for this week; our Soft Rock director, Virginia, reports from abroad. As always, whether you're listening on the air, online, or on your phone, keep it locked to KXSC.
Despite a return to regular winter weather here in the Southland, staff over at MoM have some heat-packed reviews for you this week. Check them out below.
Hello MoM subscribers, it’s not MOM. It’s your friendly R&B Genre Director, Lani.
I’ve taken reign over the intro for this week to announce some exciting news: IT’S BLACK HISTORY MONTH!
For those that didn’t know, February is Black History Month; it has always been. Crazy, right? At KXSC, we see ourselves as a voice for the community and all of USC. We’ve neglected acknowledging such an important time for many years now. Not purposefully, but because we, just like our community, are constantly growing and learning. It came to my attention that this campaign was long overdue.
So, we invite you to join us through a positive celebration of Black culture. Each week, make sure to check our blog and our Spotify for playlists and posts regarding Black History Month. We will still have our reviews and some special events lined up for you to enjoy as well. In the meantime, check out this week’s reviews and stay tuned for more!
Your essential weekly newsletter is back for our Spring / Summer '18 edition. How was your winter break? Ours was full of good tunes and some much needed r&r. We have some great reviews to start off your season, including some ferocious words from our Hip-Hop director, Natasha, as well as our first DJ review of the year from longtime KXSC DJ Jatin Chowdhury.