Posts Tagged ‘radio’

DeliRadio on SCRS

February 5, 2013

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Our website now has a new DeliRadio.com music player on our website to promote local shows. Getting your music on our player requires a DeliRadio profile, and if you don’t have one yet, go here –  http://deliradio.com/quickjoin  (takes 1 minute) and they’ll make one for you.  Once your profile is finished, you’ll get the login info and be included on the SCRS page (as long as you list your dates with Songkick – see below for that information). Please note, they can only accept ORIGINAL material (sorry no covers).

Create an account with Songkick and list your Santa Cruz shows  – http://www.songkick.com/home (SIGN IN AS ARTIST). Songkick populates a LOT of different sites with concert dates so I would recommend you put any and all dates on there.

Getting on the Radio

January 5, 2013

SCICA Radio

A Free Round-Table Discussion Featuring Tips and Tricks from Industry Insiders

Featured Guest Panelists
“Sleepy” John Sandidge [DJ – KPIG & KZSC]
Lois Rosson [Program Director – KZSC Santa Cruz]
Geo Warner [Volunteer Coordinator for Music Programming KUSP]
Uncle Dennis [Freak Radio Santa Cruz]

Free but donations for room rent will be accepted. The room can be cold so bring some extra layers.

We’ll also have a swag table if you want to bring biz cards, upcoming show info, etc.

The Santa Cruz Institute of Contemporary Art is at the Tannery Arts Center (1050 River Street – #127).

You can park in either lot and then just walk towards the middle and you’ll find the room. Facebook RSVP.

The Rising Tide on KZSC

July 9, 2010

KZSC really is the best thing since sliced bread and one of our favorite shows is The Rising Tide on Friday nights from 8:30 – 10:30 with DJ Passive Theory. In a beautiful display of community building, DJ Passive Theory has generously offered to host interested SCRS bands on his show for a live interview/performance. Get your feet wet in the station by emailing him at afrobombasticbassist@gmail.com with “Attn: Playing on The Rising Tide” in the subject line along with your band’s name.

DJ Passive Theory also happens to have a super cool blog that can help you stay up to date with who is who and where they are playing. Check out The Rising Blog for rising musical minds…