Former Soul Coughing frontman Mike Doughty has developed a rich catalog of solo material since that band’s dissolution in 2000. He stopped by Studio 2A in November to play songs from his new album, The Heart Watches While the Brain Burns. Photo and video by Julius Schlosberg. Hosted by Hannah Levin.
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Thesis Thursday is a program on KXCI which runs every Thursday. We invite our friends from The University of Arizona to come down to the station and chat a little bit about what they are working on, their plans for the future and we even talk a little bit about music. Today’s guest is Ariana… Read more »
Sonic Solstice 2016 Local’s Only Presents: KXCI’s 15th Annual Sonic Solstice. Listen up if you missed it on Monday Dec 19th, 2016. We had a great Holiday party with lots of fun and talented friends performing live in Studio 2A. This is live radio at its merriest. Thank You everyone. The Three Kings: Jillian Bessett,… Read more »
Hear Darlingside performing live into a single microphone when they stopped by Studio 2A on November 9, 2015. They were opening for Patty Griffin then and are now on a solo tour. Darlingside plays Club Congress on Sunday November 13th, KXCI Presents! Click to stream and share.
It was a delight to have Joey Burns and Jairo Zavala of Calexico drop in during our busy October to chat, guest DJ, and play a couple of acoustic songs in the booth prior to their appearance at the inaugural Dusk Music festival. Click below to here their performance and interview with Home Stretch host… Read more »
Hubby Jenkins’ deeply heartfelt affection for old-time American music and banjo is evident in this performance and interview with Home Stretch host Hannah Levin. Click now to listen and share.
We were so proud to host a very special in-studio performance with rising local stars Lando Chill and Foxx Bodies prior to their joint record release party at Congress in August of 2016. Check out the photo gallery and audio of the session below–we’ll have video soon! All photos by Julius Schlosberg of Jpop Photo, Chalkboard art… Read more »
Dark, powerful, imaginative, intelligent–all relevant descriptors when it comes to the work of Wax Idols. It was wonderful to have them in for a live performance prior to their show at Congress; the least we could do was share our popsicles with them. Definitely RIYL Siouxsie Sioux, Brody Dalle, or Chelsea Wolfe.