Arts & Culture

Arts & Culture

This week on Left of the Dial, KRCU’s independent music program, we hear from the New York band Pill, whose new song "Midtown" takes phrases from the more lurid headlines out of the New York Post. We’ll also hear new music from Tokyo Police Club, Villagers and more.

Left Of The Dial airs Friday nights from 9-11pm and Saturdays from noon-2pm on KRCU. 

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To all you SEMO alums in town for homecoming weekend, welcome back. We’re looking forward to the Saturday game, with all the food and fun that comes with it.

This week on Left of the Dial, KRCU’s independent music program, we hear from the Norwegian musician Farao. As a fan of Soviet disco she’s amassed a collection of Soviet-era synthesizers which she uses on her latest album. We’ll also hear new music from Joan Jett, Aphex Twin and more. 

Visit Cape

As you may have noticed from the colorful leaves and shorter days, it's autumn in Southeast Missouri. That's right - football, bonfires, hoodies and, very soon, Halloween! 

If you haven't jumped into fall decorating yet this year, we know where to find exactly what you need for a show-stopping front lawn. If you haven't checked it out, head to the local farmers market. There are two in town: The Riverfront Market open on Saturday mornings and the Cape Farmers Market in the West Park Mall parking lot on Thursday afternoons.

Lindsey Grojean/KRCU

During Fund Drive week, we like to liven up pledge central with different on-air pitching guests. During our Monday episode of Afternoon Classics, we received a visit from Dr. Nicholas Kenney, professor of applied horn and assistant director of bands at Southeast Missouri State University. We were happy to host a live performance and give our listeners a preview of Kenney’s talents for his upcoming recital, “A Sonic Journey,” on Thursday, Oct. 4 at 7:30 p.m. in Shuck Recital Hall on Southeast’s River Campus.

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