KCPR ‘gets it in’ with sex talk show

Denzel Quarterman Special to the Mustang Daily The first quarter of the school year is almost over and you’ve had plenty of time to get to know people in your classes. Throughout the quarter, you’ve always had your eye on…

Notice Anything Different?

I’ve been doing little tweaks here and there on site as well as implementing new things. Here’s a nice list of them all. There will be more to come, but who knows if I’ll disclose them. “What’s Your Rant?” is…

Going once, going twice: auction raising money for KCPR

Cal Poly’s radio station, KCPR 91.3 FM, will hold its 41st annual auction this week in order to replace old equipment, keep music selection up to date and maintain community and volunteer-driven identity. Listeners can bid on more than 25 different…

Musicians flood SLO for KCPR Fall Festival

Artists of all styles and sounds will invade San Luis Obispo as part of KCPR’s Fall Flood Festival this Saturday, Sept. 25. The festival is a two-day event featuring more than 20 artists, including Zion I, Dengue Fever, Quinn DeVeaux…

Mustang Daily vs. KCPR softball game

Check out the video by Mustang Daily reporter Amber Kiwan on the softball game between the Mustang Daily staff and Cal Poly’s radio station, KCPR.

Reviving the state of music with KCPR

On any given day, at almost any time, even in the wee hours of the morning, anyone can walk up to the windows of KCPR and watch disc jockeys on-air.

NBC president tells students how to be a leader

Vivi Zigler president of NBC Universal Digital Media, spoke to Cal Poly students about how to make it in the work world.

Drowning with the Underwater Peoples

It took the soaring guitar of Alex Bleeker and the Freaks and their self-titled album to give me the balls (or the naiveté) to try to describe the kind of music that this label puts out.

Grand Lake searches for truth, identity in debut album

Grand Lake’s debut album “Nevermint” is filled with controlled blasts of experimentation, resisting the shoegaze noise of a band like Deerhunter, while never giving into the orchestrated indie pop of a Sufjan Stevens.

KCPR intoduces quirky talk radio program

Switching up its regular programming, a team of KCPR producers is scavenging San Luis Obispo County for funny, interesting and sometimes downright random stories from the general public.