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Aaron Byrd has an outstanding lineup of artists for you to leap into this weekend. Use the extra day in February to listen to the return of KCRW favorites Lianne La Havas, Disclosure and more.
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KCRW's signature daily music show. New releases, live performances, and interviews.
Los Angeles is having an identity crisis. City officials tout new development and shiny commuter trains, while longtime residents are doing all they can to hang on to home.
Left, Right & Center is KCRW’s weekly civilized yet provocative confrontation over politics, policy and pop culture.
Henry Rollins hosts a mix of all kinds, from all over and all time.
Feb. 28 2 hr, 46 min
A Global exploration of sounds.
Feb. 28 2 hr, 59 min
Future beats and a mind-melting mix of fuzz, bass, and funk. Served fresh every weeknight.
Feb. 27 2 hr, 1 min
An international mix of future soul, deep dance, indie rock, and jazz.
Feb. 27 1 hr, 58 min
A sonic trip through the past, present and future of roots music.
Feb. 27 2 hr, 59 min
Feb 29Lodge Room
Mar 4Moroccan Lounge
KCRW's signature music program features new releases, live performances, and artist interviews guest hosted by Anne Litt.
Feb. 28from Morning Becomes Eclectic
Longtime KCRW favorite Scott Hansen is the creative force behind the critically-acclaimed electronic music project Tycho.
Feb. 25from Music Special Programming
What’s next for Stone?
Feb. 26from LRC Presents: All the President's Lawyers
Soccer Mommy is the project of 22 year old Sophie Allison. The Nashville native hit the music scene in the mid-2010's when she was still a high school student.
Feb. 26from Morning Becomes Eclectic
"We're not talking about pieces of mom in the compost. ...
Feb. 26from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
Hopping back this leap year to our conversation with Chef Donald Link for a look at frogs. Link describes hunting dow frogs in their swamps of Louisiana.
Feb. 28from Good Food
Driven by his history of African descent and the memories of being raised in a family where both men and women cooked and built community around the table, Bryant Terry showcases the…
One of the challenges of modern parenting? Feeding kids.
Seven years ago, scientists unveiled the first laboratory-created hamburger.
Thirty million children participate in the nation’s school lunch program. Jennifer E.
LA Times restaurant critic Bill Addison hits up chef Melissa Perello’s new spot at The Row in downtown Los Angeles. Named after her maternal grandmother, Perello’s M.
Market Report correspondent Gillian Ferguson catches up with Sam Sifton at the Hollywood Farmers’ Market, where he imagines the perfect Sunday supper of roasted chicken…
There’s a tight race happening for a rare opening on the LA County Board of Supervisors.
Feb. 28from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
On Super Tuesday, there’s a lot at stake for the Democratic candidates in California. There are nearly 500 delegates here -- more than any other state.
The nearly 1000 voting centers in LA County will be open on Saturday through Super Tuesday, March 3.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average plummeted this morning, concluding the worst week on Wall Street since the 2008 financial crisis.
Our critics review “The Invisible Man,” a thriller starring Elizabeth Moss, based on the classic science fiction novel by H.G.
Bob Iger spent 15 years as Disney CEO, overseeing huge acquisitions and unparalleled box office success.
Feb. 28from Hollywood Breakdown
Radiohead producer Nigel Godrich, extraordinary drummer Joey Waronker, and FEMME's Laura Bettinson make up Ultraísta.
Feb. 28from Today's Top Tune
Aaron Byrd takes you on musical journey around the world, exploring sounds from the favelas of Brazil to the Taureg culture of Timbuktu, all in search of the perfect groove.
Feb. 28from Aaron Byrd
The lifelong activist often adopted radical positions on a number of issues, including war and the environment, a new book reveals.
Feb. 28from Scheer Intelligence