Let’s Cope: A Quarantine Series by KLBP
Wednesdays & Sundays 1:00pm
Hosted by Danny Lemos, Rose Lozon, and Ashley Aguirre
These times are uncertain, anxiety provoking, and drastic. We as a staff wanted to come together and bring you comfort and solidarity in this international state of emergency. It’s all hitting us differently, reflective of our diverse states of being. Yet simultaneously connecting the entire world with the same instructions of stay home, and isolate.
Producers: Ashley Aguirre, Christina Gambill, and Rose Lozon.
The Latest Episode:
June 14 — 59 min
Civic Engagement and the Economics of Being Black in America with Senay Kenfe
We’re joined by Senay Kenfe, a local community activist, musician, writer and business owner. Over the last 15 years he’s collaborated with artists around the world as a member of local hip hop act, The Natives. He has worked on projects from documenting the graffiti scene in Brazil and Egypt to leading clean water filtration projects in Ethiopia. He talks about his recent arrest, civic engagement, protesting with your dollars and the economics and politics of running a black-owned business in Long Beach and America.
As we examine our local movement, we also introduce a new segment called “WhyWeProtest.” Where we seek to find connections with those protesting across all fifty states. Over the next couple weeks, we’ll capture personal stories from protestors around the nation and here in Long Beach. Today we hear from Al Monge, a Healthcare worker protesting in Portland, Oregon.
California Country with Dave Bernal!
Get the latest scope of talent and interviews with some of California’s rising country talent!
Mondays at 6 pm & Thursdays at 3 pm
Longtime Long Beach musician and DJ, Brett Bixby, takes you on an eclectic journey through genre and groove on Bix Mix.
Hip Hop, R&B, and Rap music dj’d fresh for you from all of your favorite decades.
Tuesdays at 4 pm & Fridays at 6 pm
Turn it up real loud and celebrate the blues with host Gilbert “Catfish” Mares!
Tuesdays at 7 pm & Saturdays at 5 pm
Michael Walsh delivers the latest sounds in electronic music ranging from house to experimental.
Friday at 8 pm & Wednesday at 3 am
Join host Rose Lozon at the intersection of ethereal spirituality & the music experience.
Monday at 7 am & Friday at 3 pm
GoGo Boots Radio Program brings together solid grooves from across the globe, regardless of genre or style. Hits and hidden gems curated by Kenny Field, the aim of The GoGo Boots Radio Program is to expose listeners to sounds that are both familiar as well as and new and exciting! Get your ears on and get ready for some pure audio gold.
Mondays at 9 pm & Fridays at 11 am
Steve Blue relives the Great American Songbook through the standards and more.
Sundays at 11 am & Wednesdays at 5 pm
Thomas Ardavany and Suzanne Toro are dedicated to raising your vibration, and celebrating indie creators.
Saturdays at 1 pm & Thursdays at 5 pm
Ron Husges aka “Floppy Disco” brings you an aural soundtrack fusing psychedelic space rock, cosmic disco, synth-pop, jazz funk, italo disco, easy listening, electro, boogie funk & library music
Friday at 10 pm & Tuesday at 3 am
Local musician and music lover Matt Cohn dives into the LA basins rich music history
Umami Radio is a weekly radio show that draws its inspiration from the 1990s, blending rap, rock, and r&b. When translated in Japanese, umami is the fifth taste and can best be described as savory, unique and earthy. The host of Umami Radio, Anne Bergstedt aka The Hitchcock Brunette, likes to think of her musical palette as the same. Bringing artist history, a nostalgia for the nineties, and a live set to the tables – Anne serves up a fresh hour each week in the mix.
Fridays 7 pm & Tuesdays at 3 pm
After listening to the entirety of a local musician’s album, host Talon Stradley sits down with the artist to discuss everything that went in to its creation