Radio that's weirder than you, but not by much.
KFJC's Month of Mayhem special programming is in full swing! You can see what's coming up here.
KFJC DJs and hosts are doing live shows from our studios at Foothill College and we are taking precautions to protect everyone's health. While some folks remain away from the station, we are airing selected programs from the past, as well as new shows produced at home. Thanks for listening!
Saturday May 15 at 2AM-6AM
Hosted by Garboth
KFJC rebroadcasts a show that originally aired on July 4, 2011 (see playlist).
Saturday Mayhem 15 12PM-3PM
Hosted By Carson Street
Noel Scott Engel, better known by his stage name Scott Walker, was an American born British singer songwriter, composer and record producer. Walker was known for his baritone voice and an unorthodox career path which took him from 1960s teen pop icon to 21st century avant-garde musician. The Guardian said of Walker imagine Andy Williams reinventing himself as Stockhausen. Walker was described by the BBC as one of the most enigmatic and influential figures in rock history. Listen in as we play Scott Walker from his days in the Walker Brothers to his final album with Sunn O))).
Saturday Mayhem 15 3PM-6PM
Hosted By Teachers Aids
Tumorous growth of abortion noise through digital only platform. Interview with label founder Tim Burkland.
Saturday Mayhem 15 9PM-3AM
Hosted By Teachers Aids
Undervalued and overlooked punk/grind/metal label known for its gastrointestinal black humor and perverse splatter. Interview with Boston label founder Charlie Infection and member of Gonkulator, Psycho and many other projects.
The Fabulous George Foothill
Sunday Mayhem 16 10PM-2AM
Hosted By Avakhov
The KFJC Pandemic Players will present The Fabulous George Foothill based on a classic radio sitcom, rewritten for the KFJC Pandemic Players by Robert Emmett.
The Pandemic Players' performance of The Fabulous George Foothill will be rebroadcast on Unbedtime Stories hosted by Ann Arbor on Mayhem 26th at 7:20 am.
A Tribute to Vaughn Benjamin and the Virgin Islands Part 1
Monday Mayhem 17 2AM-6AM
Hosted By Klaudhopper
Vaughn Benjamin was only 50 years young when he died unexpectedly on November 4th 2019. He was an inspired musician, lyricist, visionary and a phenomenal vocalist. The expanse of his intellect and fervent desire to live purposefully drove the passion with which he approached his works. Performing worldwide Vaughn Benjamin created more than 68 albums, performed on numerous dub plates and collaborated with a myriad of artists. The music of Akae Beka and Midnite is deeply rooted in faith and consciousness. Vaughn Benjamin may be one of the most important and most prolific artists in reggae music history. His subject matter ranged from topics including; politics, social commentary, economics, spirituality, agriculture, the honoring of women, sacred geometry and his faith of Rastafari.