Panda Bear is the KING of our airwaves:
Henry + The Invisibles, a funk and soul act from Austin, Texas, stopped by the studio to play an exclusive live set.
We’re recruiting now for new station staff to start during spring semester 2015.
As 2014 comes to a close, KJHK’s sublime staff voted for their favorite albums of the year.
If I had a twin, would I make amazing music like Naomi and Lisa-Kainde Diaz?
A New Era
For world music enthusiasts or even those looking to broaden their palette, this is a must.
The Contortionist deliver once again with an ambitious progressive metal epic.
MVE and the Rinse Out are ready to shell down the airwaves of Lawrence once again.
Input/Output DJ bids farewell
Hank Williams Undubbed
It’s a new brand of show! And the guys open up the new EPL from LFK with an all new Scores segment plus Carlo Gabriel and Adam Reckard break down the MLS Expansion Draft. Follow the show on Twitter: @EPLfromLFK, like them on Facebook, or email them at EPLfromLFK@gmail.com. If you want more Lucid Vision, follow him on Twitter: @MrLucidVision, like him on Facebook, or download all his music for free at https://soundcloud.com/lucid-vision.
Wait, Kevin Pangos and Gary Bell STILL play college basketball? Matt breaks down his revamped top ten, with a new face in the mix, the Gonzaga Bulldogs.
After a 75-70 win over Georgetown on Wednesday Night in Washington, D.C. the No. 10 ranked team in the nation heads to Sprint Center on Saturday Afternoon to take on No. 13 Utah in the Kansas City Shootout. The Utes (7-1) are on a six-game winning streak like the Jayhawks. In this stretch the Utes upset Wichita State in Salt Lake City 69-68. On Wednesday Night survived a tough road task at BYU defeating the Cougars 65-61 in Provo, Utah. Against Georgetown the Jayhawks were led by Sophomore Guard Brannen Greene with a career-high 19 points going 5 for 5 from the 3-point line. Against BYU the Utes were led by Senior Guard Delon Wright…