"Like a true nature child, We were born, Born to be wild..."
Fall. 1947. In the grotto of De La Salle Hall, on a misty eve, with limited resources. A group of miscreant Catholic school pirates began to ignite the airwaves of a soon-to-be-pristine and renowned broadcast organization eventually known as KSMC. Sixty-five years later, a new era of passionate broadcast personalities illuminated by wings of musical archangels, and assisted by the vessels of vastly superior technology, have triumphed the gauntlet of bureaucratic legal grappling and a staunch lack of funding. On the dawn of a new era we re-set the dwindling flicker of FM radio by unleashing an ethereal inferno upon the internet.
The studio is renowned for welcoming it’s students as well as famous artists such as Bob Dylan, The Mothman, Don Feclor and Platypus Nietzsche.