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KXT Hits the Air


by Stephen Becker 9 Nov 2009

Today, North Texas gets a new public radio station. KXT 91.7 FM will play an eclectic mix of indie rock, alt country and other styles. The station is owned by KERA. So what can you expect to hear on KXT? KERA’s Stephen Becker reports:

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Today, North Texas gets a new public radio station. KXT 91.7 FM will play an eclectic mix of indie rock, alt country and other styles. The station is owned by KERA. So what can you expect to hear on KXT? KERA’s Stephen Becker reports:

Click the audio player to listen to the KERA radio story:

Visit kxt.org for searchable playlists, a live stream and a schedule of this week’s in-studio performances.

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  • You won’t boycott the new post-bands music because it’s opposed to what rock and popular music has become will you? I seldom can find a radio station or a media source that will play anything that is not safe and generic. Post-bands is music that is honest , basic, highly melodic, well crafted, and very exciting.
    Have you heard about it?

  • Why is Sony a part of this station?

  • Ronald Ross

    KXT is a breathe of fresh broadcast air in a DFW terrestrial raido spectrum filled with mediocrity & repitition I have XM at home & in one car that is usually tuned to the acoustic renditions of “The Coffeehouse. But now thaks to KXT my wife can enjoy quality programming in her non-XM car & I can enjoy your eclectic music & commentaries at work as we take care of the handicapped.
    Thanks for joining our listening communtiy !!
    Ronald Ross

    • Dave P

      Can I have one second? Please.

      I am curious about what others think of always having a one second gap before, after and in between songs aired. It almost seems like a part of my mind is not ready for the music with out a little anticipatory pause before taking in something potentially new and about to become part of my experience.
      To me this would be a refreshing change from what has become the norm.

      I feel privileged to explore on the trail that the insightful and eclectic musical guides of public radio and KXT lead. I can’t tell you how long I have been parched and waiting for something like what you are creating here; a radio station source for musical creativity near and far, not funneled by commerce. I am soaking it up. As if hand spooning clear water from a small shaded hidden stream and taking in the surrounding breezy greenery; site, aroma and sound.

      Please keep it flowing along the natural contours of our terrain.

      Is that too much? Well tough. Get quenched.

      Extremely appreciative,
      Dave P