It looks like it’s finally my turn! But we’re still not done yet. We’ll have at least one more top music article soon enough. -Ed.
2016 marked my first anniversary with KXUA in October and my first semester as the station manager. It’s been nothing short of exciting, and music has been even more present in my life than ever before. With that in mind, I’m glad to present my first albums of the year list.
- Mitski – Puberty 2
Mitski created the best album of 2016 without a doubt. Puberty 2 feels incredibly raw but carefully honed to perfection simultaneously. Continue reading KXUA’s Top 5 Of 2016: Station Manager Lucas Coberly
Now that finals have finished and the station is once again operating smoothly, we’re proud to present our next top 5 list from our other Co-Music director, Ethan Owen. A disclaimer from him: “Making this list is extremely difficult for me and I am not confident in my choices. I love all of them.”
1. El Perro Del Mar – KoKorro: I really enjoyed everything about this album, from beginning to end. Awesome sounds and influences and great songs. Continue reading KXUA’s Top 5 Of 2016: Co-Music Director Ethan Owen
We here at KXUA are very pleased to announce that we have returned to our normal broadcast and online stream. Thanks for your patience while we got back up and running.
We’re still in the midst of getting everything back into working order, and we are very sorry that we’ve been struck by some unexpected equipment problems. We’re still working to get everything sorted, and we’ll keep you updated on the situation here. We’re not entirely sure when we will be back, but we want to resassure you that broadcasts will resume as soon as possible. Continue reading Off The Air, Day Two: A Quick Update
If you’re wondering why our terrestrial signal and our stream have both gone silent, that’s because we have unfortunately had to shut down today and until tomorrow at the earliest. Continue reading Off The Air, If Only For A Bit