DJ TJ sits down with Joaquin Chavana who will be performing as PROSE ’93 for the last time at KRUXfest 2017.
Karis Funk, the Station Underwriter, sits down with Alex Halwyther who will be performing at Day 1 of KRUXfest 2017.
Karis Funk, the Underwriting Manager here at KRUX, sits down with John Hamilton and Dr. Mike Zawada of the Burrell College of Osteopathic Medicine. There talk centers around Parkinson’s and steps that New Mexico is taking in creating a registry. It’s a very personal interview that explores the personal cost of Parkinson’s. We hope you enjoy.[soundcloud url=”https://api.soundcloud.com/tracks/306603653″ params=”auto_play=false&hide_related=false&show_comments=true&show_user=true&show_reposts=false&visual=true” width=”100%” height=”450″ iframe=”true” /]
The former Music Director Zach Baeza returns to the krux airwaves to chat about The Organ Mountains National Monument, Public Land, and an upcoming event from the Bureau of Land management called “Characters of the Past” featuring the ghost of an iconic Hermit from the area who will be leading a guided hike on 10/22/2016.
Jonah Kennon interviews Wake Gardner a local singer/songwriter here in Las Cruces. Enjoy!
Austin ML sits down with Zeke Montoya a cashier at Barnes and Noble cafe who treats the listeners to a cover and an original. Zeke also talks about his songwriting process. Enjoy!
Jennifer White sits down with singer song writer Gabrielle Louise as they discuss some of her songs and the meaning behind them. Gabrielle also plays a few of her songs so sit back and enjoy!
Austin ML sits down with William Bradford of Young Americans for Liberty. They discuss a whole manner of issues facing todays nations, and what Young Americans for Liberty stand for.
Simeon Beardsley, lead vocals from local band Sorrytown, talks with Tripmaster Krunk about their CD release for Sorrytown’s first album “Flowerbed”.
Las Cruces Police Department Chief Jamie Montoya answers questions and addresses concerns that students have in this featured interview. It get’s real by the end and you’ll be glad you listened.
Coach Martin talks with me (TMK) about some of the activities that the NMSU football team is organizing for the community, as well as commenting on some of the agitation about athletic funding from NMSU.
It was pleasure sitting down and talking to Matt Bose about his new responsibility as NMSU’s student body president. I’m looking forward to talking to him more through out the year.
Featured is an interview with Las Cruces AMTGARD members. Their facebook page is called Dragonspine. You can join them at Apodaca Park on Saturdays, or at NMSU on the east face of Corbett Center on Thursday evenings for battle practice and more.
Amtgard, Kingdom of Dragonspine Amtgard in New Mexico, and Arizona. We play Amtgard (a live-action roleplaying/combat game using medieval costumes, foam swords, and fantasy rules) every weekend….
For motorcycle enthusiasts everywhere: we talk about some awesome aspects of the motorcycle life in this interview — and just wait until you hear about the discovery of the lost, and long sought after 1971 400 Cross from Steve McQueen’s movie “On any Sunday”.[soundcloud url=”https://api.soundcloud.com/tracks/274710146″ params=”auto_play=false&hide_related=false&show_comments=true&show_user=true&show_reposts=false&visual=true” width=”100%” height=”450″ iframe=”true” /]
Featured Artist: Whiskey Kiss
Featured Album: Dangerous One
Check out this awesome husband/wife rockabilly band currently on tour. A new album is coming out later this year. I can’t wait to hear it!
Red to Green Money Management sent Roseanne Bensley and Lauren Rodriguez to discuss financial wellness on the Aggie Morning show. To set up an appointment with Red to Green, call 575-646-1631.
Thanks for a great America Saves Week, Aggies! We will have two more tables at Crobett for extra information on Savings on the last two Wednesdays of October, if you missed any information from this past week feel free to stop by our table on wednesday!
The new Executive Director of the round up is interviewed by Austin ML on the Aggie Morning show.
Roller Derby. Oh yeah, it’s cool.
3!AM played at the 2016 KRUXfest. Here is our sit down interview before they performed at El Patio on 4/24/16.
Pris played on Sunday 4/24/16 at KRUXfest 2016 at El Patio. The staff sits down and has an exciting and interesting interview with the band. Hope you enjoy.
The hard working staff of KRUX sits down with Porter, we discuss their upcoming work and performance at KRUXfest2016!
Our interview with Back of a Car about their upcoming release, rad tunes, and KRUXfest.
Austin ML’s interview with Neely who will be performing at KRUXfest 2016 on 4/21.
Jean-Baptiste sits down with Students for Liberty member Maricel and they discuss the upcoming Syrian Refugee Benefit Concert and Dinner. It will be this Friday from 7-9 pm at the Unitarian Universalist Church on 2000 S. Solano drive. All proceeds will benefit Syrian Refugees. For more information please email@example.com.
William, the Chief Engineer, and Joe, the General Manager of KRUX sit down with Annette and Mckenzie and talk about Relay for life, and the great event they will be hosting this Friday at 6pm on the NMSU horseshoe. Relay for life is a charity that supports local cancer research and patients.
William, the Chief Engineer, interviews Yogesh Raut of Quiz Bowl. Its a lively discussion about what exactly quiz bowl is, how the rounds operate, and what some of the questions are!
Jonas Moya is joined by Grits Wrangler: a memorizer and reciter of poetry. In this interview we learn why Grits embarked on a journey that has led to his memorization of over 125 poems and get to hear him recite some of his favorites. Grits can be hired to preform his poetry recitations by calling 575-418-8090
Once again Austin ML is joined by Domenic Metta to hear more about the Singing for Shelter Concert coming to Las Cruces November 14th!
This time we also got to hear from Christy Carbon-Gaul the founder and co-chair for Casa Q who told us all about the program that Singing for Shelter will benefit.
Recently we were joined in the booth by Domenic Metta: the producer of the Singing for Shelter Concert that will be at the Las Cruces Rio Grande Theatre on November 14th at 7:30 pm. Procedes from the concert go to Casa Q whose mission is to help homeless LGBTQ youth.
Austin ML asks Domenic about what we can expect to see from the concert and listeners will get to hear Domenic’s story about becoming motivated to produce the concert.
Tickets for the concert are available now at www.riograndetheatre.com