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Featured Host Spotlight
Spotlight on Amanda Hernandez
host of Belly of the Beat
by: Barbara DeMarco-Barrett

How did you find your way to KUCI?
I heard about the training class through a friend some time into my freshman year. My friend didn’t finish the class because it wasn’t something she wanted to go through with but that only motivated me to check it out for myself. I joined at the start of my second year so it’s been a whole year since I’ve joined and have had a radio show. Being around people with a similar musical tastes as me pushed me to join KUCI, especially since I was still search...

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Featured Review
New in the KUCI Jazz Library
January 15, 2018
by: Hobart Taylor

Ahmad Jamal - Marseille - (Jazz Village)
At 87, Jamal continues to astound this listener with tunes of simple grace and profundity. The title tune appears thrice on this release, beginning, middle and end. The first iteration is a repetitive unfolding, like fractals aswirl, anchored by a martial tattoo maintained by New Orleans drummer Herlin Riley. This is followed by a minimalist reading of the folk tune "Sometimes I Feel Like a Motherless Child" which is marked by witty interjections a...

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Featured Article
The National: Sleep Well Beast
by: Stephan Andrew Masnyj

When The National released their previous record, Trouble Will Find Me four years ago, it felt like an outlier in the band’s discography. Compared to their previous achievements Boxer and High Violet, Trouble Will Find Me operated in an almost self aware manner, as if they knew all the anxieties that dominated their albums were borderline overdramatic. In essence, it felt like an endpoint, and that something would have to change in order to prevent their now iconic style from becoming stale and overwrou...

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New in the KUCI Reggae Library - August 1, 2017 by Jarret Lovell
New in the KUCI Jazz Library - November 23, 2017 by Hobart Taylor

Spotlight on Lili Do - 
Host of Sounds of Rich Mahogany by Kelly von Hemert

Tuesday 's Program Schedule
 click here for the complete weekly schedule
 12:00am-2:00am Monkeywrench
  Punk, Activism, Tofu
  w/ Kyle
 2:00am-4:00am The Hazy Gaze (alternating weeks)
  Music Made for Those Swaying Bodies and Batting Eyes
  w/ Angel Rae
 2:00am-4:00am Beats n Jam (alternating weeks)
  Mellow Funky and Hype Tunes to Ride with the Mood of the Music
  w/ J.Spice
 4:00am-6:00am Should Be Famous (alternating weeks)
  Artists that Should be Popular
  w/ Jordan Oz
 4:00am-6:00am In the Mood (alternating weeks)
  Modern Punk to Jam to
  w/ Jordon
 6:00am-8:00am Ladies Of Voice Entertainment & Music
  Dedicated to Women in Music
  w/ DJs: #6 & CK
 8:00am-8:30am Sports Matters
  All Sports that People follow
  w/ Matthew & Kevin
 8:30am-9:00am Humanities for Humanity
  Arts, Philosophy, Education, Politics
  w/ Austine Model
 9:00am-10:00am Ask A Leader
  Inquiring Minds Wanna Hear
  w/ Claudia Shambaugh
 10:00am-12:00pm Pure Passion
  Worship and Praise Songs
  w/ Sharon
 12:00pm-2:00pm Pizza Planet
  Probably what the Pizza Planet delivery guy was listening to in Toy Story
  w/ Josie
 2:00pm-4:00pm Radio El Nopal
  Where your abuela sends her mixtapes...
  w/ Miguel Alejandro
 4:00pm-4:30pm Crossroads
  Interviews and News from an Academic and Informal Perspective
  w/ Sebastian Suarez
 4:30pm-5:00pm UnSilencing America
  Exposing Unheard Injustices & Abuses of Power
  w/ Elli
 5:00pm-5:30pm Big Brown Ballers
  Listen Now! A Sports Satire
  w/ Saahil Malik
 5:30pm-6:00pm UCI Conversations
  Interviews with UCI Leaders, Innovators and… Zot! Zot! Zot! Everyday Anteaters!
  w/ Kevin Bossenmeyer
 6:00pm-8:00pm The Color Spectrum
  Taste the Rainbow. Hear the Rainbow.
  w/ Jericho
 8:00pm-10:00pm Sonic Roulette Radio
  Music Pioneers Gateway to the New & Relevant
  w/ Trip P.
 10:00pm-12:00am Palette Swapped
  Dream of Pixelated Skies
  w/ Alex
 12:00am-2:00am Madhause Groove
  Blues, Vintage, Psychedelia
  w/ Scott Maddox
Search Schedule
KUCI’s DJ Winter Training Class starts on Tuesday, January 16 beginning at 7pm in Room HICF 100-N. UCI students, faculty and staff with a strong desire to be a part of the "best radio station in Orange County" are welcome. No registration is needed. Just show up October 10th. Please contact training@kuci.org for more information.

Men's Basketball vs Cal Poly — Thursday, January 18, 7 pm
Men's Basketball vs UC Santa Barbara — Saturday, January 20, 7 pm
Men's Basketball vs UC Riverside — Wednesday, January 24, 7 pm
Women's Basketball vs CSUN — Saturday, January 27, 2 pm

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KUCI Top 30
January 1 - 7, 2018
1 NO VACATION Intermission [EP] (Topshelf)
2 KING KRULE The Ooz (True Panther/XL)
3 ANGEL OLSEN Phases (Jagjaguwar)
4 LA BOUQUET Heavy Sunshine [EP] (Washington Square/Razor & Tie)
5 GIRAFFAGE Too Real (Counter)
6 MURA MASA Mura Masa (...

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