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January 01, 1990 - August 01, 2013 + Today's Top Tune
KCRW favorite Mexican Institute of Sound has offered us an unreleased track from his recent album, "Politico," to share with our listeners.
Mexican singer Carla Morrison is a breakout favorite on the Latin Alternative scene, having won a Latin Grammy award for her most recent album.
Today's Top Tune comes from Tijuana's Bostich & Fussible who recently collaborated with dance company Pilobolus to score their latest work.
To celebrate Argentina's Independence Day, we turn to a compatriot Natalia Clavier known for her work with Thievery Corporation.
Venezuelan band La Vida Boheme has a unique theatrical perspective on the Latin scene.
Daughn Gibson narrates his stories through deep baritone songs. This one-time trucker knows what he speaks of...
Blessed with a fine sense of humor and four Los Angeles songwriters, Holy Folk are not your typical folk band. They skip across all sorts...
KCRW favorites Surfer Blood make summer official when they launch the Twilight Concert Series on the Santa Monica Pier next week.
Alela Diane comes to terms with lovers past and the pain of divorce through a collection of tracks that allow this songbird to soar again.
Rolling Stone magazine calls Mavis Staples one of the 100 Greatest Singers of All Time, and for good reason.
KCRW favorite Pete Yorn teams up with retro fiend J.D. King to create a breezy summer vibe on their debut LP.
Zach Rogue returned from his last tour with Rogue Wave feeling burned out and ready to throw in the towel on his music career. His...
Norwegian-Bulgarian singer Mikhael Paskalev creates catchy pop songs.
The Godfather of Reggae, Jimmy Cliff, graced KCRW's studios last year with an intimate performance after the release of his Grammy Award-winning album, Rebirth. His...
The Stranglers are veterans of the British Punk scene who have been together through four decades, 17 albums and 24 top hits.