Adam

Time Slot: The Basement: Thursdays, 9:00-10:00pm | Monthly host of The Local: Wednesdays, 5:00-6:00pm
Major: Environment and Sustainability Studies
Listens to: Shannon and the Clams | Paper Parlor | Parquet Courts | Chase Down Blue | Frankie Cosmos | Nat Harvie | Car Seat Headrest | Crumb | Charles Bradley
Favorite Album(s): St. Paul and the Broken Bones: Half the City | Car Seat Headrest: Teens of Denial | Frights: You are Going to Hate This | Bob Dylan: The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan
Time with KUMD: 4 years
If you could have any super power what would it be and why? Time Travel: imagine all the cool things you could see

 

 

In a special full-length podcast, KUMD's Adam Reinhardt investigates the concept of Energy Democracy and the possibility of expanding citizen participation in energy production as the world transitions to renewables. Focusing on Germany as our key example, Adam talks with Craig Morris, author of Energy Democracy: Germany’s Energiewende to Renewables. He also talks with Anya Schoolman, Executive Director of US-based solar advocacy group Solar United Neighbors. To conclude, Dr.

The Basement is proud to present Static Panic, Early Eyes, and Mint Vintage at the Red Herring Thursday, November 8th at 9:00pm.

The Basement, college-run-radio on KUMD, brings the dance-centric Minneapolis trio Static Panic, indie vibes from Early Eyes, and the driving sounds of Duluth's own Mint Vintage to the Red Herring on Thursday, November 8th at 9:00pm.

Tune into the Basement on Tuesday, November 6th to win tickets to the show!

Venue:
The Red Herring Lounge
208 East 1st Street, Duluth, Minnesota 55802

KUMD's Adam Reinhardt sat down with international touring Duluth performer Gaelynn Lea at the Winnipeg Folk Festival on July 8th 2018. Lea, winner of the 2016 NPR Tiny Desk Concert, shared her experience at the Folk Fest and talked about the release of her "Lost in the Woods" music video and album "Learning How to Stay". Equipped with perhaps the world's tiniest microphone, KUMD felt at home in Canada chatting with one of our favorite local artists.

Gaelynn Lea
Monika Lawrence

Galeynn Lea, accompanied by her full band, take the Sacred Heart stage on Saturday, November 17th to celebrate the release of "Learning How to Stay".

College students takeover KUMD's daytime airwaves in celebration of National College Radio Day!
Student DJs are hosting the KUMD College Radio Day takeover and spotlighting the music from student-run “The Basement” from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. this Friday. National College Radio Day celebrates the efforts of students in curating unique, expressive, and meaningful content. “The Basement” playlist includes hip-hop, indie rock, punk, electronic and more.

Man standing in front of shelves full of CDs
Adam Reinhardt for KUMD

Max Mileski is a local audio engineer, producer, and musician who is known more for his work on others' projects than on his own.