by Jakub Safar, Alt MD

From top to bottom and left to right:

Aphex Twin - SYRO
Fatima al-Qadiri - Asiatisch
Shinichi Atobe - Butterfly Effect
Andy Stott - Faith in Strangers

by Daniel Witter, Head Music Director AND World/Jazz Director

10. Develop a bad habit – it can be life-changing or a mild nuisance, but get one!

9. Pick a café and attend it regularly – smoking optional, coffee mandatory.  Black, of course;
cream and sugar are for the unjazzy, which you are clearly not.

8. Keep a notebook on you at all times for jotting down jazzy thoughts – a pretentious-looking

By Ben Don, Production Director


1) The Meatbodies- s/t
2) The Growlers- Chinese Fountain
3) Alvvays- s/t
4) Francisco The Man
5) Sin 34- Do You Feel Safe
6) Holy Wave- Relax
7) Temples- Sun Structures
8) Foxygen- ...And Star Power
9) Allah-Las- Worship The Sun
10) Thee Oh Sees- Drop
11) King Tuff- Black Moon Spell
12) Nots- We Are Nots
13) Ty Segall- Manipulator
14) Mac Demarco- Salad Days

By Erinn Fung, Programming Director


by Melanie Trecha, General Manager

10. Naomi Punk - Television Man

9. Warpaint - Warpaint

8. Aphex Twin - Syro

7. Nothing - Guilty of Everything

6. Mac DeMarco - Salad Days

5. Mykki Blanco - Gay Dog Food

4. Ty Segall - Manipulator

3. FKA twigs - LP 1

2. Iceage - Plowing Into the Field of Love

1. Run The Jewels - Run The Jewels 2

by McKenzie Storey, Marketing Director

J. Cole -- 2014 Forest Hills Drive


by Jeremy Mirchandani, Mobile DJ Director

TOP 10 ALBUMS (in alphabetical order)

Angel Olsen - Burn Your Fire For No Witness
Caribou - Our Love

Cousins - The Halls of Wickwire

Dawn Golden - Still Life
Francisco the Man - Loose Ends
Modern Baseball - You're Gonna Miss It All
Paws - Youth Culture Forever
Sacco - Sacco
Team Spirit - Killing Time
Temples - Sun Structures

by News Director Allison Field

UPDATE: We are streaming once again!


It has been reported that KAMP is currently not broadcasting anything streaming over the internet nor in the PSU.

We are currently investigating the issue.

Robo DJ grew up in a simple time and has protected KAMP from the dreaded threat of dead air for years. It has been doing a good job but the inhabitants of KAMP have not always enjoyed its obsession with metal and Red Hot Chili Peppers. However, KAMP let Robo DJ stay as sheriff of the station as they had no better option.