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EpisodeConversations around Pain
A delicate dance -- with no leading partner.
Episode ECMAScript programThe James Hunter Six: I Got Eyes
Rhythm and soul singer James Hunter teams up with Daptone Records co-founder and producer Bosco Mann for The James Hunter Six's forthcoming album.
EpisodeAnswering your questions about legal cannabis
Can your employer fire you if you have THC in your system? We answer that and other pot-related questions.
EpisodeAmy Sherman-Palladino & Daniel Palladino on 'The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel'
Amazon’s ‘The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’ tells the story of Midge Maisel--the perfect well-to-do 1950’s New York housewife who turns to stand-up comedy when her husband leaves her. Creator Amy Sherman-Palladino and her husband and producing partner Daniel Palladino tell us about the work that goes into filming a period series in Manhattan and their painstaking process for selecting music for the show.
EpisodeFirst Aid Kit
We host charming Swedish sister duo First Aid Kit for a live performance just days after the release of their new record “Ruins.”
Episode D source codeCut Chemist: Rhythm Method
KCRW listeners have early access to listen and download "Rhythm Method" featuring Myka G.
EpisodeSampa The Great: Flowers
Sampa The Great's deeply personal recording is fully influenced by her background. She was born in Zambia, raised in Botswana, and just four years ago relocated to Australia. It was there that she honed her idea of what she wanted to create. The perfect foil for the self-aware and spiritually minded track is "Flowers."
EpisodeNabihah Iqbal: Eden Piece
Also known as Throwing Shade, Nabihah Iqbal ditched her moniker in favor of her given name in order to stand proudly as a British-Asian artist. On Iqbal's first LP she approached the sessions with an open mind recording all of the instruments herself, as well as writing the lyrics. "Eden Piece" is a standout track that you'll hear on our music shows.
Episode application/x-makerRodney Crowell: Shake Your Money Maker
Elmore James was bestowed the title "King of the Slide Guitar" and his legacy influenced hundreds of artists.  On the 100th anniversary of his birthday an array of musicians come together to honor his sound with his classic blues standards. Rodney Crowell takes the challenge to cover  "Shake Your Money Maker."
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