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Peep KRLX speaking with Har Mar Superstar and Gordon Voidwell before their show at the Cave on 4/11/14.




Bandemonium Spring Schedule

Live at the Cave Schedule Spring 2014

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Spring Live at the Cave

Tune in, or better yet, come to the Cave at 8PM on Wednesdays this spring for live music, performance poetry, panel discussions, game shows and more!

Here's an episode from this past winter featuring Carleton student band, "SUNSHiP."


Modest Mouse Bandemonium

Check out this interview with Modest Mouse Bandemonium host, A. Noah Harrison:


Why did you choose Modest Mouse?

Modest Mouse have transformed my experience as a fan. I had no idea about the power of lyrics until I actually started listening to what Modest Mouse had to say. Over the course of a few months in early high school, I devoured each of their albums, more or less chronologically, exposing myself to more pain and loathing than is possibly healthy for a 15 year old. Each album flows like poetry. They sing about the desolate landscapes of the American West and of outer space. I've always been captivated by their heartbreaking melodies and spine-crushing riffs. 


Look Out Below, Bands You Don't Know

Check out this catchy track from an up and coming pysch-rock group out of Madison. They call themselves D o l o r e s. If you like this one, they even have a couple more tracks up on their soundcloud for your listening enjoyment!

KRLX on Parks and Recreation

Last Night on Parks and Recreation, Ben Wyatt (played by Adam Scott) admitted that he DJed a show on Carleton College radio called "Zoot Suit Wyatt" that aired on Tuesdays 3-5am. 

Check out the clip below, and be sure to tune in this term for more awesome 24/7 free form college radio.

The Northfield Elder Project


Reflections on aspects of a good community featuring vibrant Northfield senior citizens. 

About the project: 
I spent much of the winter of 2014 going around Northfield, Minnesota, by taxi, carrying a voice recorder and a desire to share the opinions and stories of Northfield's senior citizens. I had heard that Northfield is an excellent place to retire, partially due to the cultural opportunities brought in by Carleton and St. Olaf colleges, and also due to other factors including the availability of medical care and public transportation. I wanted to investigate the extent to which Northfield is a good place to be an elder and to shed some light on broader questions of aging. Northfield seemed like an important place to ask the question, "What makes a community good for senior citizens?"

So, I asked that question to senior citizens and city officials alike. I asked them about their lives, their stories, their winding paths to Northfield. I asked them how the community could improve. 

What I found were vibrant people, articulate ideas, good stories, and a few important critiques.
After sorting through hours of footage, I created this podcast, "The Northfield Elder Project." This is my final project for Doug McGill's class, "A Journey in Journalism," at Carleton College.

Available for download here