Multi-talented producer and musician Patrick Troll of Ketchikan is DJ AlterNative, the mastermind behind the BurgerChurch Sessions, and a founding member of Whiskey Class. Catch up with him on KXLL and hear him spin live tonight at the Crystal Saloon. non-secular music meats + multitudes + SE —> SEA
Juneau grunge-metal band Garden of Agony have a ton of exciting news to share.. (Hint: catch their performance at Áak’w Rock Side Stage tonight before you can’t catch ‘em no mo’.) blooms + Southeast x Southeast + the new new
Albino Mbie / courtesy of Albino Mbie It’s amazing that guitar strings manage to stay attached to the instrument in the hands of Albino Mbie. His style is rooted in the music styles of his Mozambican heritage, merged with contemporary jazz and pop. (And, if you caught his performance at the 2021 Áak’w Rock Indigenous…
For the past four years, Juneau has been lucky to be home to independent producer Steve Knight, founder and host of the Knight Show Podcast, among his many roles lifting people up to their most divine selves. Nothing lasts forever, and Knight’s time in lovely Lingít nuna is up. Dry those eyes and get your…
The national Record Store Day holiday celebrates independent record stores. Check the first RSD in the Áak’w K̲wáan, with the owners of Downtown Disc Juneau.
(c) Nathan Mallon / “Never Forget” by Nicholas Galanin The Best of the Wormhole part II: Indigenous Wrapped 2021 was a history-making year for Indigenous people in pop culture + music + film + tv + fashion. Check the ripple effects that are already making waves, including work by local Alaskan artists.
Singer-songwriter Ani DiFranco is the headlining act at the 2019 Salmonfest in Ninilchik. In an interview on KTOO’s Juneau Afternoon, she discusses her activism and her new memoir.
See the many faces of the 2019 GLITZ Drag Show, an annual June event that kicks off LGBTQ Pride month festivities in Juneau.
Hear Arkansas songwriter Willi Carlisle share a tune inspired by things his uncle said to him as a child.
Watch Juneau songwriter Marian Call perform a new song with eight-person choral ensemble QUEENS during the 2019 Alaska Folk Festival.