Specials & Events
Monday Nov 1 to Tuesday Nov 30
A quick message from KFJC Program Director, Ras Babo:
Introducing ODD NOVEMBER
This November, as we put the finishing touches on the 2021 Fundraiser, KFJC DJs are being challenged to come up with 15 different themed days for all the odd-numbered days in the month. So far, the early entrants are:
November 1: Dia de Los Muertos (tribute to fellow DJs who have passed on)
November 9-10: Female Takeover
November 11: Spoken Word Day
November 21: Day of Dub
November 23: Plastication (day of only CDs)
November 25: Day of Field Recordings
Listen in as this schedule fills out and great shows emerge. Maybe this can be a new tradition here at KFJC? Also mark your calendars, as Freak Week is looming for the first week of December. Our DJs can get pretty creative, so keep flying your freak flags with us.
Andy Cadaver rebroadcast
Monday November 29 at 2am-6am
Hosted by Andy Cadaver
KFJC rebroadcasts a show that originally aired on July 11, 2019 (see playlist).
Nile Skism rebroadcast
Monday November 29 at 6am-10am
Hosted by Nile Skism
KFJC rebroadcasts a show that originally aired on November 23, 2010 (see playlist).
Gram Sayles rebroadcast
Monday November 29 at 2pm-6pm
Hosted by Gram Sayles
KFJC rebroadcasts a show that originally aired on December 24, 2014 (see playlist).
dr doug's 200th show
Tuesday November 30 at 2AM-6AM
Hosted by dr doug
Meanwhile 'Back Down the Rabbit Hole' dr doug is celebrating his 200th show. Join with the good doctor as he explores all the archives playing songs that he has discovered since he began at KFJC. If you enjoy the music that passes through dr doug's 'musical like template', join him for not only 4 hours of those selections, but an in depth explanation of aforementioned template. Wear clothes you're not worried about ruining with sweat, 'cuz he'll boogie your butt off.
Freak Week Special: The Music of David Torn
Thursday December 2 at 10AM-2PM
Hosted by Max Level
During Freak Week, Max Level digs into the music of David Torn. This special shines a spotlight on the genre-defying work of this avant-garde guitarist, composer, collaborator, and producer. 1985 to present.
Alive, He Cried
Saturday December 4 at Noon to 3pm
Hosted by Carson Street
On December fourth from noon to 3pm Carson Street plays some of the best live recordings ever made. It's Freak Week so the interruptions will be minimal. From Aretha Franklin "Live at the Fillmore West" to Jerry Lee Lewis "Live at the Star Club Hamburg" we'll hit the highlights of live recordings. Tune in and see if you agree with Carson's picks. It's gonna be fun.
Christus MInus Vesperum
Friday, December 24 at 10pm to Saturday, December 25 at 9pm
Hosted by Abacus Finch, Teachers AIDS, Monotone Heroine, Honey Bear, Whngr and more
XXIII dissol vendae horae of Black Christmas carols swollen with metal, hardcore, doom, thrash, crust, noise, chaos, death, violence, protest, terror and destruction for all religions, plutarchs and humanity. All are included in the targeted center of Baphomet's wrath. None shall escape its cleansing filth. All hail immolavit agnus! Hosts: Abacus Finch, Teachers AIDS, Monotone Heroine, Honey Bear, Whngr and more