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September 19, 2016
The pan-generational duo Suzanne Ciani and Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith pay tribute to the modular synth pioneer. "Don Buchla made it possible for me to share the way I hear and connect with the world."
September 13, 2016
Two decades after Tupac's death, writer Kevin Powell, who covered the rapper for Vibe magazine, unpacks the impact of his music and the complexities he embodied.
September 9, 2016
The British rapper remains both successful and controversial, but she tells NPR's David Greene she's just trying to widen the conversation.
September 8, 2016
Sacramento's legendary rock station K-ZAP recently celebrated a year of being back on the air. DJ Dennis Newhall and new News Director Ace Young join us for this week's Sound Advice, who will share K-ZAP's history and its revival on the airwaves.
August 31, 2016
DLRN is a two-member collaboration that prides itself on creating its own fusion-type genre of music. Joining us is MC Sean LaMarr, an avid user of synth-electro beats that help craft DLRN's sound into tracks that we'll get to experience.
August 25, 2016
Breathe. That's the theme of this week's Sound Advice. CapRadio's expert music curator Nick Brunner sympathizes with your busy summer and shares music to listen to while taking a break from things. He'll also recommend a book to go with your break.
August 9, 2016
A three-piece rock 'n' roll band from Auburn is set to release their first album on Saturday and will be celebrating at Old Ironsides in Sacramento that same night. They will be joining us on Insight today to play music off their new album.
August 4, 2016
Electronic-indie composer George Sarah will be performing a live score for 1928 silent film "La Passion de Jeanne d’Arc" this Saturday at the Crest Theater. He joins us on Insight today to talk about his upcoming show and preview some music.
August 2, 2016
Last year's Abyss saw Chelsea Wolfe make her metallic tendencies explicit. At the Tiny Desk with just an electric guitar, the Sacramento native takes three songs back to their primal form.