Author: Ricardo Wang

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Longtime What’s This Called? cohost and webhost Austin Rich and his wife Marla suffered a horrible theft on Christmas day while moving and were robbed of several thousand dollars of possessions including computers and all of Austin’s recording equipment. I’ll post the link below to the fundraising site where our community is banding together to […]

In an on-air interview with your host Ricardo Wang, artist/musician Arrington de Dionyso brings us up to speed on his recent targeting by alt-right trolls at best very confused by his art. Featuring music from his bands Old Time Relijun, Malaikat dan Singa, and Ten Thousand Tigers!

Part Two (second hour) of a special 2 hour bittersweet What’s This Called? streams Saturday, December 10, 2016 11 AM to 1 PM Pacific Standard Time on KPSU.org We say goodbye to 2016, a year that was itself 365 days full of goodbyes.

Part One (first hour) of a special 2 hour bittersweet What’s This Called? streams Saturday, December 10, 2016 11 AM to 1 PM Pacific Standard Time on KPSU.org We say goodbye to 2016, a year that was itself 365 days full of goodbyes.

oin us Saturday, December 3rd 2016 from Noon to 1 PM Pacific Standard Time for a return engagement of Federal Way’s electronic reconstructor Four Dimensional Nightmare on the What’s This Called? program at KPSU.org Tom Nicol AKA 4DNM who first performed on What’s This Called? in March of 2013 with a noise-guitar oriented set promises […]

While Four Dimensional Nightmare sound checked we brought you a special hour of music by The Residents and Pere Ubu!

Damnit 2016, stop already! I wasn’t planning on doing a special memorial show on What’s This Called? this week, but how can we fail to note the passing of one of the great experimental musicians of our era? So we’ll expand the show this week and start at 11 AM Pacific Time on KPSU.org and […]

Damnit 2016, stop already! I wasn’t planning on doing a special memorial show on What’s This Called? this week, but how can we fail to note the passing of one of the great experimental musicians of our era? So we’ll expand the show this week and start at 11 AM Pacific Time on KPSU.org and […]

Somewhere between the extremes lies the perfect alignment of soft and harsh.  

R.I.P. Leonard Cohen and other moody songs and sounds from the week of “What Happened?!”


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