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Jun 9Japan House
Tom Schnabel wandered down memory lane recently while listening to Cal Tjader ’s 1960 album Latino! . It reminded him of teenage years, getting deep into jazz, as well as his father.
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KCRW's signature daily music show. New releases, live performances, and interviews.
An anthology of some of the greatest music stories never truly told. Top journalists present stand-alone audio documentaries that highlight music’s head, heart and beat.
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.
May. 20 2 hr, 46 min
A musical line-up of criminally overlooked tunes from a rotating cast of KCRW DJs.
May. 20 2 hr, 59 min
Unearthing new discoveries, remixes and rarities, b-sides and lost classics.
May. 19 1 hr, 57 min
May. 19 1 hr, 56 min
An infectious harmony of varied sounds and melodies that bridge cultures and genres.
Jun 5The Fonda Theatre
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The latest show from Morning Becomes Eclectic, hosted by Jason Bentley. New releases, artists, live performances, and artist interviews. At KCRW.com.
May. 20from Morning Becomes Eclectic
This week, we moved a lot closer to a court challenge that could significantly reduce or eliminate constitutional protections for abortion rights.
May. 17from Left, Right & Center
Jason Bentley captures the hypnotic pulse of modern city life in a weekly dance show on Saturday nights.
May. 18from Metropolis
Actor Titus Welliver talks tough guy persona on "Bosch".
May. 17from The Treatment
This week, you can: Meet the colorful designer Gere Kavanaugh; hear about how architects slay dragons (and other reasons why you should hire one); listen to the art of acoustic…
May. 20from Design and Architecture
The right to an abortion is being challenged in several states, including Alabama and Georgia. We look at the future of Roe v. Wade. Also, the U.S.
May. 20from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
The final episode of “Game of Thrones” aired Sunday after eight seasons.
For every era in American history, there’s a pair of jeans to go with it: bell bottoms, cowboy wranglers, skinny hipster jeans, daisy dukes. They were invented in California.
Billionaire Robert Smith pledged to pay off some $40 million in student loans for Morehouse College’s class of 2019, which includes nearly 400 students.
About 7,000 white-collar jobs are being eliminated as part of Ford's massive organizational restructuring. The automaker says it will save $600 million per year as a result.
May. 20from NPR
After eight seasons, 73 episodes and a whole lot of characters saying "bend the knee" all the time, HBO's massive fantasy series is finally over.
Presidential hopeful Kamala Harris was in South Los Angeles on Sunday, speaking to a crowd at Los Angeles Southwest College.
May. 20from Greater LA
Big Search explores life after divorce and nomadic insomnia through a dreamy lens on their new album.
May. 20from Today's Top Tune
Cosmic breaks, cinematic soundscapes and ethereal outtakes, dipping and weaving between the folds.
May. 20from Rotating DJ Mixes
Dan Wilcox delves beneath the surface of the pop music landscape to shed light on a wealth of penetrating deep-cuts. Listen On-Demand to the latest show.
May. 19from Dan Wilcox
So many new records out this year! It’s going to be a great summer of listening.
May. 19from Henry Rollins
José Galván delivers an infectious harmony of varied sounds and pieces their relevance to each other.
May. 19from José Galván
Broken beats, soulful key chords, samples and sounds.
May. 19from Anthony Valadez
Raul Campos hosts deep rhythms and urban soul with a Latin twist.
May. 19from Raul Campos
This week has been a bad one for woman's reproductive rights and the health care providers who care for them.
May. 19from Second Opinion
Scott Dallavo hosts this week's episode of The Lab.
May. 19from The Lab