Author: kcscgm

Negativland & Seeland Records

True False by Negativland

When you think of experimental music, what is the first thing that comes to mind? Maybe, for some, it’s overlapping melodies, and, for others, it’s using objects as instruments and playing with pitch. As for me, I wasn’t sure what to think of experimental music because I had actually never listened to it. That is,…

A Surreal Summer Experience: Northern Nights Music Festival

By: Ezequiel Garcia As I was driving through the majestic forested landscape of Mendocino county, I wondered what the weekend would have in store for me. I knew little about the lineup, the crowd, and the location. You could definitely consider me a first timer. It made me a little nervous, but soon all my…

A Few Minutes with CRAY

Interview with CRAY, short for Cheney Ray. Interview by Collin Turner for KCSC Radio at Snowglobe Festival, December 31st, 2018. CT: Well first of all, congratulations. Tonight was super fun, your set was great. Did you play any other shows this weekend? CRAY: Thank you so much. I did, I played Contact in Vancouver, BC.…

A Short Chat with Party Favor

Interview with Dylan Ragland, also known as Party Favor. Interviewed by Collin Turner for KCSC Radio at Snowglobe Festival on December 29th, 2018. CT: What made you want to get into electronic music? Party Favor: I fell in love with electronic music really early on, in high school. The only people making house music at…

Snowglobe 2018 Recap

It’s a known fact that people seek out shows and performances as a way to celebrate the beginning of a new year. It’s also true that there is no experience like the one shared by attendees of Snowglobe Music Festival in South Lake Tahoe, CA. Snowglobe 2018 offered three stages where a blizzard of well-curated…

Desert Daze

By: Shannon Hanson Desert Daze, held at Lake Perris State Recreation Area, was a dreamy destination festival. Heavy downpour lightning storms and live performances aren’t a good mix so unfortunately they had to shut the festival down only a few songs into Tame Impala’s set, the big headliner festival goers were looking forward to. Funny…