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TICKET GIVEAWAY | Buzzcocks @ The Fonda 9/17

by Goldenvoice and kxsc

Los Angeles, CA

Rules:

Winner will be chosen by 10pm PST on Monday 9/15

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transientrandom-noisebursts:

TICKET GIVEAWAY | Transient Random-Noise Bursts with Announcements on KXSC

Tune in to the premier episode of Transient Random-Noise Bursts with Announcements on kxsc tonight from 11pm-12am at KXSC.org/listen for your chance to win a pair of tickets to see anamanaguchi and meishismile playing at El Rey this Friday!

If you’re into a white girl’s questionable taste in hip-hop, I’ll be taking over Dr. Moreau’s Island tonight from 10pm-11pm

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TICKET GIVEAWAY | Guided by Voices @ The Fonda 6/13
by Goldenvoice and kxsc
Los Angeles, CA
Rules:
Must be Following superpaigeshowshow and kxsc
Reblog to enter
Reblog as much as you want
Winner will be chosen by 10pm PST on Thursday 6/12
photo by Daniel Coston via gbv.com

superpaigeshowshow:

TICKET GIVEAWAY | Guided by Voices @ The Fonda 6/13

by Goldenvoice and kxsc

Los Angeles, CA

Rules:

Winner will be chosen by 10pm PST on Thursday 6/12

photo by Daniel Coston via gbv.com

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KXSC Fest with DJ Rashad + DJ Spinn with special guest JESSY LANZA is TODAY!

Head on over to Founders Park for great music, food trucks, art instillation, and awesome vendors!

Check out the facebook event here and is you are not a USC student, make sure to register on our eventbrite!

KXSC Fest Art: Projection Mapping by VT Productions, Lindsey Townley + Yoyo Lin

VT Productions will be projection mapping around the stage area. VT Production Design works in turn key, full fledge production: audio and lighting, projection mapping, and interactive video for live shows and events. They did the projection mapping downtown for New Years as well as many other large live show events. Lindsey Townley and Yoyo Lin, interns at VT and animation students at USC, are creating the material and will head the installation and building process as well as VJing (video-jockeying) some of their own animation material. 

-Radha Vishnubhotla, Graphic Designer

MORE KXSC FEST INFO CLICK HERE!

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14TH || 7PM || TOMMY’S PLACE || FREE

Featuring TERRY MALTS, CIGARETTE BUMS & DOLLY SPECTRA

Tired of people asking you about your Valentine’s Day plans? Lace up your doc martens, grab your spike-studded leather jacket, and pierce your ears with questionable devices this Friday for a night denouncing all love-song mixtapes, restaurant reservations, and boxes of chocolate and celebrating a deeper love. That is, a love for punk rock! We have three excellent local punk bands to accompany your own anti-Valentine’s Day tirade.

Besides, Valentine’s Day is just a holiday invented by the greeting card industry, or something.

*RSVP*

Where: Tommy’s Place

When: Friday, February 14 at 7pm

++ Terry Malts ++
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TUNE IN TO RICH KATS & WITCH KATS RIGHT NOW TO HEAR LIANA AND ME ON THE RADIO AND WE’RE GIVING AWAY A PAIR OF THESE TICKETS!

To tune in, open up iTunes Radio in the top bar under music and type KXSC into the search bar and you got it!

We’re going to play an ANAMANAGUCHI song at some point between now and 12:30am and when we do call in to 1(213) 545-1560 and try to guess which character from the Mario universe we’ve picked!

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We’ll text someone in this studio with the name and screenshot it so there’s a time stamp and you know we’re not changing it!

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"From their tri-weekly shows, to their quirky good looks, to their immaculate Facebook page, Beach Party is any fan’s musical wet dream. And the music. Oh the music" - Buzzchips. Come on down to Tommy’s Place this Friday at 3 and make your dream a reality. Rock out with Beach Party while they grace your ears with their 60s garage rock, psychedelic, and and punk inspired tunes.

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11/8/13 AT Tommy’s Place AND ON THE AIR @ 3PM-4PM
RSVP on our Facebook Event!

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The Live Show is a program on KXSC that brings emerging musicians for a live performance and an in-studio interview every Friday.

KXSC & USC Spectrum Present: The So So Glos

Two Spectrum Shows in a month!? The music gods must be smiling on us, because The So So Glos are coming all the way from Brooklyn to play at USC. Come on down to Tommy’s Place for some punk rock from this talented Brooklyn brothers band.

*RSVP*

Where: Tommy’s Place

When: Thursday, November 14 at 8:30pm

++The So So Glos++

"…less fussy and indignant than their friends Titus Andronicus (they even do a spot-on TA imitation with "All of the Time"). Parquet Courts feel like spiritual cousins, though SSGs are considerably less stoned and way more caffeinated. Almost every song has some sort of Japandroids-styled oh-oh-oh! chant-along, often more pop-conscious but equally as satisfying." - Pitchfork 

Website // Facebook // Tumblr // Twitter // Blogspot

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KXSC is USC’s official independent student-run radio station, providing the USC community with original radio programming 24 hours a day. Learn more about what we do & how to get involved at http://kxsc.org/

USC Spectrum presents an annual season of the finest in arts and lecture programs by nationally and internationally known attractions for the education and entertainment of the USC community, its neighbors in Los Angeles and abroad. Learn more at http://sait.usc.edu/spectrum/

KXSC & USC Spectrum Present: BYOV (Bring Your Own Vinyl)

In case you were wondering, it’s pronounced bee-yov. We’re switching it up and switching the set up. Instead of having a live band, we’re bringing in some very special DJs to spin your vinyl. That’s right, you get to curate your own soundtrack for the evening. Come down to Tommy’s Place with your most prized records and watch the DJs work their magic to create an eclectic collection of sounds that will leave you wildly enchanted.

Where: Tommy’s Place

When: Friday, November 8 at 8pm

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KXSC is USC’s official independent student-run radio station, providing the USC community with original radio programming 24 hours a day. Learn more about what we do & how to get involved at http://kxsc.org/

USC Spectrum presents an annual season of the finest in arts and lecture programs by nationally and internationally known attractions for the education and entertainment of the USC community, its neighbors in Los Angeles and abroad. Learn more at http://sait.usc.edu/spectrum/

"Rainbow Jackson, the scuzzed-up power pop band from Echo Park, take their name from the greatest American athlete to ever play two sports, Bo Jackson. They’ve been a mainstay of Echo Park’s indie scene for the last two years, supporting their friends NO, The Dead Ships and Vanaprasta." -Rainbow Jackson

Website // Facebook // Bandcamp

10/18/13 AT Tommy’s Place AND ON THE AIR @ 3PM-4PM

RSVP on our Facebook Event!

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The Live Show is a program on KXSC that brings emerging musicians for a live performance and an in-studio interview every Friday.

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Check out Jazner, who will be performing at KXSC Presents: Circuit on the 24th

Boiler Room Los Angeles 022/ Evenings, SFV Acid, Nite Jewel & special guests

[Broadcasted on 26th April 2013]

Tracklist & video at boilerroom.tv

Show Review: Check Yo Ponytail 2

Last Tuesday at the Echoplex, Sam and I had the opportunity witness not only one of the craziest live shows I’ve experienced, but one of the most insane audiences, as well. Of course, with a line up containing Pipes and Brooke Candy, anything less and IHC Presents: Check Yo Ponytail 2 would have been a disappointment.

The DJ duo So Japan warmed up the crowd by playing an interesting mix of hip hop, various genres within EDM, current hits, past hits, and songs I wouldn’t expect to hear in a DJ set. To say the least, So Japan’s set was unorthodox, but never boring. Although their transitions between songs could be shaky at times, their energy was great and their set never boring.

Pipes, who was listed on the bill as Pipes (Live), came on next. I don’t know how this house-hop duo could have performed their set any other way than live. Matty P, the singer for Pipes, performed in a Jersey-like robe/crop top, shook ass more than Brooke Candy (who we will get to momentarily), and had a crew of backup dancers that carried him off stage at the end like Jesus and the crucifix. Their music was ok; nothing to get overly excited about, but their performance was one of the best I’ve seen. If you ever get a chance to see Pipes (Live) perform, take it. You will not be disappointed.


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In contrast to the wonderful performance by Matty P, Kitty Pryde sang a surprise song for the audience eagerly awaiting to be graced by the presence of none other than the Hoodrat Drew Barrymore, CEO, dream girl, drug dealer, Brooke Candy.

The between acts hype man got the crowd screaming bloody murder when he asked if we’re all “READY FOR BROOK CANDY??!”. Sadly, however, Kitty Pryde decided to do a surprise song, turning down the energy to a level lower than before the show started. Even she noticed. About 20 seconds into what I hesitate to call a song she says in a 1980s valley girl “You guys are, like, so not turnt up anymore!” (notice the dying audience in the video below )


Luckily, Brooke Candy took to the stage soon after. This tiny rapper with a not so tiny attitude came out wearing a cheerleader get up with a cropped cheer tank reading “So High”, and of course, Adida platforms that only become even more impressive when you realize how really drunk she is. I was hoping to see some classic Brooke Candy pussy popping that she executes so expertly in her videos, but I’ll let it slide due to how heavily I believe she was intoxicated and how high her shoes were, too.


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Like any true diva, she had had a full possee on the side of the stage, and someone ready at all times to touch up her anime style eye makeup, glitter covered lips, and her 5 wigs. Between almost every song, a tiny man in gold shoes helped her out with this.


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About half way through her set, she held a twerking competition in which to guys and four girls partook. SO. MANY. BUTTS. One of the fine ladies on stage showed her whole booty to the audience due to her short, tight dress, and one of the guys took off his shorts to reveal a jock-strap under torn fishnets.

Finally, Tokimonsta took to the stage, played a few songs with a live singer, and finished off with her instrumental tracks.


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Overall, Check Yo Ponytail 2 was one hell of an experience. At the end of the night I felt that I reached my daily requirement of twerking, butts, makeup and sick tunes. Basically, all you could every want at a show.

-Paige Schwimer, Publications, Nothing In Particular

Photography by Sam Couch