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?
Local Kansas City band, Rev Gusto, stopped by the studio to perform an exclusive set for Live @ KJHK. Check out the rare acoustic performance. Set List: 1. The Boys Are At It Again 2. Relax 3. Goodnight Laura 4. Still There
TV on the Radio tops our charts for the 2nd week!
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
KU Men’s basketball returns to Allen Fieldhouse to face the Florida Gators.
The Jayhawks roll into their Turkey Day showdown with the Rhode Island Rams after a 30 point win over Rider. Top scorers Wayne Seldon and Kelly Oubre were held in check against the Broncs, though Seldon did record a team-high nine assists in the stomping. Break-out winger Brannen Greene tied a game-high 17 points with his performance, and he looks to continue his scoring prowess in the first game of the Orlando Classic. Rhode Island is led by the 6’5 sophomore guard from Detroit E.C. Matthews. Matthews averages 16.3 points per game this season, and he layed down a double-double in the Rams’ OT win over number 21 Nebraska. Rhode Island’s strength is in rebounding:…
Interview with Chris Harris of the Denver Broncos!