We’re excited to launch our new website at kaosradio.org!
New features include an online calendar for community events in the Olympia area, and new audio player for our online stream, among other things! We hope you like it.
Experimental rock band Thinking Plague will be traveling to Olympia later this month for the 19th Annual Experimental Music festival. Richard Sinclair, host of Dancing in Circles, recently chatted with the band’s co-founder, Mike Johnson. You can hear the interview on Tuesday, June 25, 9 – 11 PM PST.
The Olympia Experimental Music Festival is June 28-30 at Northern, 414 1/2 Legion Way.
Since 1980, audio students at Evergreen have been creating compilations albums of music by fellow students. All of the songs are composed, recorded, produced, and mastered by students. The albums span many genres, and have been released on multiple formats, including vinyl, cassette, CD and flash drives.
The Evergreen Student Music Project (ESMP) has a new web page with archives of recordings from throughout the project’s history. You can stream songs online, or download them for listening on your favorite media player. The recordings offer a nice tour through some of Olympia’s rich and eclectic musical history.
On Friday, February 8, Spin the Globe will be focusing on music and conflict in Mali. Scott Stevens will be featuring music by artists from the North of Mali, and will talk with Aja Salvatore of Kanaga System Krush Records about his time spent in the region.
Spin the Globe airs from 10 AM to noon PST.