This Saturday, we’ll be upgrading our streaming software to make sure it works more consistently across platforms and so that we can include track data in the direct shoutcast stream. Streaming may be interrupted during this time but should only be for a short time. We’ll still be live on our terrestrial broadcast, 88.3 F.M.
We here at KXUA have been notified that many sites of the University of Arkansas will have some downtime over the weekend. Our website is hosted by the University, so we cannot avoid this downtime. It should be brief, but may interrupt our streaming service, but hopefully only for 20 minutes at the most.
We will continue to broadcast over FM with no interruption.
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Our DJ Tim Rueda went to a show on the 12th at Syc House here in Fayetteville to see Glass Mansions with Francis & The Foundation and Witchsister. Tim also did an interview with the band live on air that we’ll post soon. -Ed.
At its core, I believe that a concert review is about an experience. Sure, there’s the music and the band members, but what really makes a concert special is the social nature of live music: its spontaneity. The atmospheric context makes a difference, so let me tell you about a night of music at the Syc House.
DJ Tim Rueda wrote a lovely review of Adam Torres’ concert on February 11. This is his first article for KXUA, and hopefully there will be more to come. -Ed.
When I walked into Stage 18, I was greeted by the white walls covered with hanging art and the powerful purple backdrop being used for the upcoming concert that I had shown up for. The display called back to this month’s first Thursday and the venue’s grand opening. The purple lights splashed across the walls and acoustic guitar strumming echoed. Adam Torres was in the middle of his sound check, and after a moment he resolved to lower the guitar’s mic. He decided that it sounded more even. I told the bouncer who I was and sat down in the back row with my notepad, biding my time for the show.
In case you haven’t seen our last post about it, we’ve been in the process of making some improvements here at the station. We’ve completed our first goal by joining Spinitron.com, which greatly improves both the listener experience and makes our work behind the scenes easier. But there’s some other things we’ve tweaked that we’d like to share.