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Top Ten December 21st – December 27th:

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December 28, 2015 - 10:52 am

  1. Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings  It’s A Holiday Soul Party  (Daptone)
  2. The Grascals  And Then There’s This…  (Mountain Home)
  3. Kathy Kallick Band  Foxhounds  (Live Oak)
  4. Mark Kuykendall  Down Memory Lane  (Rebel)
  5. Paperboys  At Peace With One’s Ghosts  (Self)
  6. Shovels & Rope  Busted Jukebox: Volume 1  (Shrimp)
  7. Tinariwen  Live In Paris 2014  (Anti)
  8. Sarah Shook & The Disarmers  Sidelong  (Self)
  9. Max Stalling  Banquet  (Blind Nello)
  10. Emily King  The Switch  (Making Music)

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The Most Played Albums of 2015:

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December 22, 2015 - 12:21 am

Last week we revealed our DJs favorite albums for 2015. What happens, though, when we strip away all the subjectivity and rely on cold, hard stats? Did all of those albums we professed our love for so publicly also garner the most spins throughout the year? Yes. But, also no. In fact, the most spun album

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Top Ten December 14th – December 20th:

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December 21, 2015 - 11:05 am

  1. Charlie Hunter Trio  Let The Bells Ring On  (Self)
  2. Kathy Kallick Band  Foxhounds  (Live Oak)
  3. Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings  It’s A Holiday Soul Party  (Daptone)
  4. Son Little  Son Little  (Anti)
  5. Tim O’Brien  Pompadour  (Howdy Skies)
  6. David Friesen & Glen Moore  Bactrian  (Origin)
  7. The Lil Smokies  The Lil Smokies  (Self)
  8. Paperboys  At Peace With One’s Ghosts  (Self)
  9. Carlos Timón  Solar Rapé  (Pueblo)
  10. Tinariwen  Live In Paris 2014  (Anti)

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DJs’ Favorites for 2015

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December 14, 2015 - 7:38 pm

It just might be the most contentious list of the year. That’s right, your KBCS hosts bring you their favorite recordings of 2015. Enjoy!

 

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Top Ten December 7th – December 13th:

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December 14, 2015 - 11:05 am

  1. Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings  It’s A Holiday Soul Party  (Daptone)
  2. Kathy Kallick Band  Foxhounds  (Live Oak)
  3. Emily King  The Switch  (Making Music)
  4. Son Little  Son Little  (Anti)
  5. Shovels & Rope  Busted Jukebox: Volume 1  (Shrimp)
  6. The Chapin Sisters  Today’s Not Yesterday  (Lake Bottom)
  7. St. Germain  St. Germain  (Warner)
  8. Nathaniel Talbot  Swamp Rose And Honeysuckle Vine  (Fluff & Gravy)
  9. Nikki Hill  Heavy Hearts Hard Fists  (Deep Fryed)
  10. Carlos Timón  Solar Rapé  (Pueblo)

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Aloha Manono

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December 14, 2015 - 12:22 am

It is with great sorrow that we share sad news of the passing Friday, December 11th, of a beloved host of Hawai’i Radio Connection on KBCS and a true embodiment of aloha in the Seattle-area’s Hawaiian community, Manono Aki McMillan.

Top Ten November 30th – December 6th:

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December 7, 2015 - 12:08 pm

  1. Son Little  Son Little  (Anti)
  2. Nikki Hill  Heavy Hearts Hard Fists  (Deep Fryed)
  3. Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings  It’s A Holiday Soul Party  (Daptone)
  4. Kathy Kallick Band  Foxhounds  (Live Oak)
  5. St. Germain  St. Germain  (Warner)
  6. Tim O’Brien  Pompadour  (Howdy Skies)
  7. Shovels & Rope  Busted Jukebox: Volume 1  (Shrimp)
  8. The Chapin Sisters  Today’s Not Yesterday  (Lake Bottom)
  9. Emily King  The Switch  (Making Music)
  10. Carlos Timón  Solar Rapé  (Pueblo)

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Music of the moment: December

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December 4, 2015 - 2:45 pm

New releases from Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings, Nikki Hill, Danny Barnes, Joanna Newsom, and Promised Land Sound are on our holiday wish list.

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Books, music and merrymaking

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December 4, 2015 - 2:33 pm

91.3 KBCS, Seattle7Writers, and the songwriters of Bushwick Book Club present “Three For Three,” an evening of books, music, and merrymaking, December 11 at Hugo House.

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WTFlux wants your stories

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December 2, 2015 - 7:00 am

King County’s population is rapidly changing and moving, which means more people are traveling longer distances on their daily commutes. What’s the flux? 91.3 KBCS is going to find out.

Share your commuter stories with What’s the Flux?: Commuter Dispatches. All riders in King County are welcome, especially those of you commuting to and from the Eastside. Share your stories and photos, and let us know if we can join you on your commute!

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