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Dec 11UCLA Margo Leavin Graduate Art Studios
Students and advocacy groups want the University of California system to drop the test requirement. They argue the policy "illegally discriminates against applicants on the basis of race and wealth."
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.
Two of Berlin's most informed tastemakers take us on a weekly journey soundtracked by what is rocking the hippest city on earth right now.
Dec. 09 57 min
Dec. 09 2 hr, 5 min
Unearthing new discoveries, remixes and rarities, b-sides and lost classics.
Dec. 08 1 hr, 59 min
An infectious harmony of varied sounds and melodies that bridge cultures and genres.
Dec. 08 1 hr, 55 min
Broken beats, soulful key chords, and tomorrow's sounds.
Dec. 08 2 hr, 50 min
Dec 12The Mayan
KCRW's signature music program featuring new releases, live performances, and interviews. Listen through the close of 2019 for a rotating cast of DJs
Dec. 9from Morning Becomes Eclectic
Sometimes, as President Trump recently found out, they really are laughing at you behind your back. But does that matter?
Dec. 6from Left, Right & Center
The House Judiciary Committee is holding a hearing today on the impeachment inquiry report completed by the House Intelligence Committee, as it moves toward drafting articles of…
Dec. 9from News Special Programming
East LA icons Los Lobos released their first ever Christmas album Llego Navidad earlier this fall.
Dec. 6from Morning Becomes Eclectic
Netflix got us all hooked on binging, but some of the newer entries in the streaming wars are going a different direction.
Dec. 10from Screengrab
In this era of ephemeral music streaming, box sets (particularly vinyl ones) appear to be experiencing a comeback.
Dec. 10from Music News
Candles were a lifeline until they became merely ornamental. So, how do the candles feel about this?
Dec. 10from Nocturne
In 2016, Andy Shauf's debut album made several of KCRW' DJ's Top 10 lists, as did his side project Foxwarren this year.
Dec. 10from Today's Top Tune
A sergeant at the Orange County Sheriff’s Department says dozens of internal affairs complaints have been buried.
Dec. 9from Greater LA
Assemblymember Chad Mayes is the second California Republican to leave the party this year. Last week he re-registered with no party affiliation.
The Washington Post released a bombshell report this morning, showing that the U.S.
Dec. 9from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
The impeachment inquiry into President Trump continues today with a House Judiciary Committee hearing.
Examining Berlin’s impact as the world’s uncontested center of cool.
Dec. 9from The Fink + Forty Show
The Justice Department released its highly anticipated report on the FBI’s investigation into possible ties between the 2016 Trump campaign and Russia.
Mary J. Blige released her first album in 1992, and the awards rained down.
KCRW DJ Jason Kramer presents the latest Top 20. He's thrilled by new music from Moses Sumney, the new indie bedroom project Dayglow, Beck's return to KCRW and more.
Dec. 9from Music News
Matt Holzman, host of KCRW’s “The Document," has put together a list of his favorite documentaries from the year.
Dec. 9from Arts & Culture Stories
LA-based Japanese/African-American artist UMI is able to crisscross different styles on her new EP through the lens of a mixed-race woman in the music industry.
Dec. 9from Today's Top Tune
Listen to the latest set from Novena Carmel.
Dec. 9from Novena Carmel
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.
Dec. 8from Dan Wilcox