Saturday, 23 September 2017



If you have come to this tab you must be interested in what is going on in our Music Department here at KBeach. Below is a short explanation of the information available in each link. If you want more information, you can either go to the Music tab and scroll down to the correct category or you can simply click on the links, which are the orange titles to each section.


Album Reviews

Every week KBeach receives dozens of CDs, records, and digital releases. However, there are only a few that make it to the charts. Check here if you want to learn what music KBeach thinks is going to hit it big. Read them to see if any of them match your style and look at the bottom of the review to find out what tracks to focus in on and check RIYL ('recommended if you like') to get an idea of what to expect.

CMJ Charts and ADDS

Have you heard of CMJ? CMJ stands for the College Music Journal. It is like the Billboard Magazine of college radio. Each week KBeach submits a chart and it gets compiled with others in order to create a Top 200 list of albums for the week across the nation. With that KBeach also submits a chart called ADDS. ADDS is the music that is added into the station that week. This gives you an idea of what KBeach and other stations found noteworthy and what music directors across the United States think are going to be a hit. Go to this page if you want KBeach's charts and ADDs for the week as well as the top 10 according to CMJ.

Music News

This is pretty self explanatory. Click here if you want to learn more about what is going on in the music industry.

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