Bryan Stevenson on The Daily Show.
KXSC Radio is participating in the Spotify Sound Clash competition.
If we have the most follows on our playlist out of the other college organizations that have entered, we win $5000- $2500 goes to the charity of our choice (TBD) and the other $2500 goes to the station for music equipment!
KXSC is completely student run with no funding from USC. We were recently nominated for Best Use of Limited Resources in the CMJ College Radio Awards, so this scholarship is something we really need.
We already have the best music, so we just need your help. Follow our playlist and share with your friends! The winner will be selected on October 17th, so keep the follows coming. Let’s win!
This is awesome. Support college radio forever!
I wish things were
but you make them hard
Or: “How to Tell Whether This Writer Who Purports To Know All About the Corrupt Ways of the Pop Machine, Man, Actually Knows Nothing”
1. Does the song have A SAMPLE? Everyone credited on the sample is usually credited again on the new song. It would be ethically questionable if they were not….
"Racism isn’t just a bad feeling in your heart, as a liberal believes when she insists that she isn’t at all racist. It’s a force that emerges from the pressures of maintaining one’s own position, and the resentments that spring forth from this process. It produces fear and hatred of the poor for being poor, for having any pretense of being on equal footing with the propertied. It is a hatred for the potential threat to the property values which underpin a tenuous future among the professional middle class: blackness."
This Jacobin article is probably the most comprehensive piece on gentrification I’ve read. It digs way deeper than that hipster economics piece got, doesn’t ever go “yeah, kale in my neighborhood? what’s up with that?” which is extremely important in recognizing the real forces at work here. This quote is kind of a tangent argument to all of this, but it’s a really great phrasing of an argument I see on tumblr pretty often. *ends book report and sits back down*
is sporty spice normcore or health goth?