Each month, this site features numerous photography pieces based on the work of the intrepid members of KDHX's pool of volunteer photographers.
You didn't have to be the luckiest guy on the lower east side to win these tickets -- you just had to tell us what you would name a fictional 70th Magnetic Fields song.
The acoustically-sound Sheldon Concert Hall might just be the perfect space for the sonic warmth and cutting lyrics of the Magnetic Fields. And when Stephin Merritt and Co. decend upon the hall next Wednesday, November 14 as part of the KDHX sponsored Sheldon Sessions, we want you to be there. We'll even throw in an autographed album from the band!
BuzzMedia announces layoffs at Spin magazine. Print edition remains in doubt.
Still melancholy over the loss of Davy Jones? Soothe yourself with a nice list of forgotten classics by the Monkee.
KDHX kicks off its Best of 2011 coverage with lists of top national spins, top local spins and DJ top 10 favorite albums.
Stephin Merritt is primarily known as write my essay the guiding force behind idiosyncratic pop band the Magnetic Fields, and while that group has long had a small but extremely devoted following, the past twelve years have seen Merritt and company gain much wider recognition.
Cheap Trick narrowly escaped death -- literally -- as the band's stage collapsed at the Ottawa Bluesfest, while it was on it.