About the station
We play edgy, up-and-coming music aimed at a young college-aged audience. Where underground, under-played, and underrated artists and tracks are able to shine. As the college radio station of Anchorage, we're also sure to keep you updated with exciting opportunities on and around campus. Then there's our News Team; they'll keep you informed with local, national, and international news.
CHECK OUT WHO'S ON AIR
latest news & music reviews
This week, Grant Kniefel discusses Alaskan Real ID implementation, John Kelly’s defense of President Trump, and Russian Interference on Brexit.
In September, news reporter Grant Kniefel sat down with UAA Interim Chancellor, Samuel Gingrich, to discuss his thoughts and his response to Professor EJ David’s Huffington Post article about the university’s lack of condemnation of the Charlottesville protests in August.
October is here and we can all be sure of one thing: winter is coming. Change the batteries in your auto-start, and listen to our recent favorites to help keep you warm. Wright Franklin – Station Manager The Killers – Wonderful Wonderful The Killers are no doubt aging. However, they are aging like a Read more about Staff Picks: October ’17[…]
Episode 13 – 9.29.17 Featured Artists: Rostam; The Horrors This week on “Edge Essentials,” James features and reviews Rostam’s new album Half-Light and The Horrors new album, “V.” This episode is sponsored by Dream Inc., remembering your dreams so you don’t have to. Listen to the whole show below! Checkout our Spotify playlist below for all the Read more about Edge Essentials | 9.29.17 | Episode 13[…]
This week, news reporter Grant Kniefel covers Alaskan airmen, Trump’s recent tax proposal, and Saudi Arabia’s legalization of female drivers.
In September, news reporter Grant Kniefel sat down with psychology professor EJ David to discuss statements made by the University in regards to the Charlottesville protests this past August. Tune in next week for the Chancellor’s response.
Episode 12 – 9.22.17 Featured Artist: Cut Copy This week on “Edge Essentials,” James features and reviews Cut Copy’s new album Haiku From Zero and plays advance tracks from Rostam, Hippo Campus, and Benjamin Clementines’ upcoming albums. This episode is sponsored by Dream Inc., remembering your dreams so you don’t have to. Listen to the whole show Read more about Edge Essentials | 9.22.17 | Episode 12[…]
Episode 11 – 9.15.17 Featured Artist: The National This week on “Edge Essentials,” James features and reviews The National’s new album Sleep Well Beast and plays advance tracks from Courtney Barnett, Kurt Vile, and Cults’ upcoming albums. This episode is sponsored by Printervention, helping with printer-human relations since, the beginning. Listen to the whole show Read more about Edge Essentials | 9.15.17 | Episode 11[…]
American Dream | LCD Soundsystem Album Review by James Kendall “Look what happened when you were dreaming, then punch yourself in the face.” – James Murphy on “American Dream.” James Murphy and co. have returned after their announced breakup back in 2011 after a monstrous final show in Madison Square Garden. Following his work on Read more about American Dream | LCD Soundsystem[…]
A Deeper Understanding | The War On Drugs Album Review by James Kendall The War On Drugs’ latest release, A Deeper Understanding, is a sonic journey through-and-through. The album does not let up from the opening notes of “Up All Night” to the closing jam session that is “You Don’t Have To Go.” The last Read more about A Deeper Understanding | The War On Drugs[…]