Mon: 8:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Get in Touch
Studio Line: 512-472-KOOP (5667)
C/O KOOP Radio
PO Box 301899
Austin, TX 78703-0032
The KOOP Workshop is an hour-long show every Monday at 8 pm. It is a place for programmers in training to practice their radio broadcasting skills in a one-on-one environment, or for experienced programmers to play around with a new format. An experienced programmer from the collective will be there to assist as needed, but the programmer should be prepared to run everything as if they were on their own show. Programmers are encouraged to use this opportunity to record a demo for a show submission. Show slots are available on a first come-first serve basis, with only one programmer each week. If you are interested in signing up or would like more information, please contact the collective at email@example.com.
Bluebird has been a volunteer with KOOP since 2011. She has engineered with NPA and music shows. Currently she hosts “The Gazing Ball” on Friday evenings.
Bryan has been a volunteer at KOOP since 2018. You may remember him from the comic book themed program “The Pull List”. When he’s not living out his childhood DJ dreams at KOOP, you can find him flipping through back issues at any one of Austin’s fine comic book establishments or just trying to make the world a better place for all of us.
DJ Flower Punk has been a volunteer with KOOP since the summer of 2021, and is currently the host of the electronic music show “The Microchip Revolution” and co-hosts KOOP’s long-running experimental music show, “Commercial Suicide”. Aside from being a voice on the airwaves, he is an experimental filmmaker & visual artist.
Hollapino is the host of D00MSCR0LLING on KOOP, spinning hip-hop, house, and R&B on a given night. He also volunteers on a variety of teams at KOOP & currently serves on the Board of Directors as Treasurer. Big fan of big bangers and little dogs.
Honest John is the captain of the good ship Voyager, which takes flight every Monday morning at 9:00 A.M. He’s kind of an ambient dude, and on nights when no one else is in the studio, he uses the Workshop to host a haunted study hall of spaced-out tunes.