KTCU sends a huge thank you to long-time listener Craig V. for donating TONS of delicious, retro CDs to the station. His taste in music is just like ours…very good & very diverse! They have found a good home at the station, and we intend on sharing some with listeners in “on-air giveaways” soon.
DJ Kai sits down with local hip hop group, Global Octopus, to talk about how they started, their creative process, and what they have in store for the future. Find the interview here:
The Moon: Live Music and KTCU have newly joined forces to promote & showcase great live and local music. Starting off with “Good Evening” with Quaker City Nighthawks headlining a fabulous music festival on Saturday, March 28th! Also on the bill is Rob Baird, Polydogs, Dirty Streets, David Becks Tejano Weekend, Van Darien, and Jacob… Read more »
Arlington native and hip-hop rising star Rocstaryoshi sits down with DJ Kai to discuss his art, his background and what’s next for Rocstaryoshi.
All the way from Asheville, North Carolina Natural Born Leaders made the trek to KTCU to join us for an interview and perform a few songs acoustically for your listening enjoyment. They are playing at Dan’s Silverleaf in Denton, TX on November 20th at 8PM.Take a listen and go see them live!
Adam Elk from The Mommyheads joins Janice, Geoff and Tim to discuss the latest Mommyheads album, the life of an artist, college radio, family life and what instruments your kids should play.
Local pop diva Yokyo, formerly known as Devi, joins us in studio to talk her new self-titled EP, her release show at Ridglea Theater, why she changed her name and more.
DJ Stephen sat down with Fort Worth Weekly’s Hip-Hop Artist of the Year, Juma Spears and talked about his upcoming tour in Japan, the Fort Worth Hip-Hop scene, and more.
The guys from Meach Pango came by to release their new single, Built For the Tilt and talk about their new album, playing Fortress Festival and how you can get Meached!
KTCU was featured in this week’s Fort Worth Weekly. The article was written by a TCU alum Eric Grubbs. Give it a read and let us know what you thought. School Sounds – FW Weekly Article on KTCU