No one knows the world of metal better than sophomore Andrew Trujillo, aka DJ Wild Horse. As our Metal Music Director, he is the man with the answers and his radio show never disappoints. Check out his interview below for some metal inspiration and then check out his radio show, Metal Health , every Tuesday from 3-4pm MST.
Artist: 
Museum Mouth
Label: 
Equal Vision/Rory Records

I have to admit that I had no idea what to expect from this album. The name "Popcorn Fish Guinea Pig" had me intrigued, and that combined with the fact that Max Bemis of Say Anything is a fan compelled me to give it a listen. The first track threw me off-guard, as it is a very mellow intro and I was expecting something a little more upbeat for an intro track. But after listening to the whole album, I think the first track does set the scene.

Sounds Like: 
Cloud Nothings
Sounds Like: 
Something Max Bemis would like
Sounds Like: 
Reminiscent of recent Wavves
Name: 
Andrea Lipp
Date Reviewed: 
05/05/2016

This Week's Top 10

Album Art Album Artist
Next Thing Frankie Cosmos
Lost Time Tacocat
The Life of Pablo Kanye West
Junk M83
Human Performance Parquet Courts
untitled unmastered Kendrick Lamar
Welcome the Worms Bleached
Immortalized Disturbed
Flume LP Singles Flume
Pool Porches

High Impact Wrestling interview with Entapryze and Justice Lee

KAMP DJs Shaun Oyakawa and Colin Bauer interview local wrestling legends Entapryze and Justice Lee from Tucson's own High Impact Wrestling promotion! Listen in for stories of being punched square in the jaw by Macho Man Randy Savage, sending people through flaming thumbtack covered tables, the evolution of women in wrestling, pro wrestling in Arizona, and much more!

Listen on soundcloud at https://soundcloud.com/kamp-student-radio-1570am/hiw-interview

SXSW 2016 Highlights - Tuesday & Wednesday

Acts: 
SXSW 2016
Concert Date: 
Tue, 03/15/2016
Location: 
Austin, TX

This March, I got the opportunity to travel with some of my KAMP colleagues to Austin, Texas for the SXSW Music festival. The whole experience was an absolute blast, and while my age (i.e., under 21) prevented me from seeing a lot of what the festival had to offer, I still saw plenty of great live acts. Below are some of my highlights from the first two days of SXSW Music, and keep an eye out for Alternative Music Director Jakub Safar's writeup on the rest of the week.

 

Reviewer: 
Jake Calegari