Submitted by DJ Red Viking on Sat, 02/22/2014 - 12:52pm
June West says living in New York has caused to reevaluate her music and though currently she is at a crossroads as an artist she will definitely be back in Tucson to perform once she has new material.
Submitted by DJ Red Viking on Sat, 02/22/2014 - 12:44pm
Topics covered include - abandon mansions and military basses, longevity in the modeling industry, the story behind La-La's mohawk, androgyny, the film Party Monster, super intelligent computers and how to solve the issue of world peace.
Interview recorded Friday February 7, 2014 via Skype.
Submitted by KampEngineering on Fri, 02/21/2014 - 2:58pm
Robo DJ grew up in a simple time and has protected KAMP from the dreaded threat of dead air for years. It has been doing a good job but the inhabitants of KAMP have not always enjoyed its obsession with metal and Red Hot Chili Peppers. However, KAMP let Robo DJ stay as sheriff of the station as they had no better option.
Submitted by ShannonKurlander on Fri, 02/21/2014 - 2:05pm
Congrats to our KAMPer of the Week: Max Rodriguez! Max is extremely passionate about KAMP and is a vital part of our news team. He has been active in posting stories and pitching story ideas to the team. Thanks for all your help Max!
I trekked all the way up to Mesa by myself for this show, and it was most definitely worth it. Drug Church and Seahaven are currently touring with Mewithoutyou and Touché Amoré, the actual headliners of this show, which I did not actually end up staying to see. Drug Church and Seahaven could have - and pretty much did - fill up Nile Theater themselves, which is pretty damn impressive for the first two bands out of four. Mesa punks turned up, I must say.