Ashleyanne Krigbaum

Ashleyanne Krigbaum

Independent Producer

When Ashleyanne isn't contributing to the public radio programs Crosscurrents (KALW) and Audiograph, she can be found playing records for the sweetest dance parties across the Pacific Coast, including: Hard French (SF); Club Underground (LA); American Tripps (SF); Oldies Night (SF); and Sugar Town (PDX). She is also the host and sole curator/producer of KALW's weekly podcast showcase, The Spot.


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