Plover and A-tria mastermind Xavier Latorre talks his journey from Puerto Rico to Asheville, his love of industrial music, and the new sound on his upcoming album TOTAL.
On Boundaries. (Part 1)
What are your personal boundaries? OnBlack hosts discuss their personal boundaries, the boundaries they have with other people, and if people can change.
Plover and KPACK officers Kat and Iniya talk about their Spring Showcase and how they got into K-pop and dancing in general.
The Softeners and Le Weekend
Plover is joined by Paul from The Softeners and Matt from Le Weekend to discuss a joint show they played at the Night Rider as well as their experience with collaborative practice spaces.
Plover sits down with the one and only Suki Waterhouse to talk about her new album, her career before getting into music, and making Twitter memes while on a tour bus.
Plover talks with local bandleader Matt Southern about his new YouTube series Live From The Nest, which highlights local artists across all genres, as well as upcoming music and performances.
Technician Editors Abigail, Heidi, Emily and Special Guest’s run through their tidbits of Weekly News and Events in the Triangle!
Conversation with ADHD
For the seventh episode of “WKNC’s Brain Trust” Lucas takes listeners in to experience what it’s like having a simple conversation between two people with ADHD. With his guest, Rebecca Williams, the two cover a short list of planned discussion questions as well as a long list of unplanned, unrelated conversation topics! This example of a conversation with ADHD is chaotic yet intriguing.
In this episode we explore the rise of Jacksonian populism and the beginnings of the Democratic party.
The Loaf talks to Raleigh local band AUGURS, about themselves, music, and the local scene.