Brandon DeVine

KCRW Staff

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Legendary songwriter, award-winning arranger, and multi-instrumentalist, Malcolm “Mac” Rebennack Jr., known to the greater music world as Dr. John, died Thursday. He was  77.

Remembering New Orleans legend Dr. John

Legendary songwriter, award-winning arranger, and multi-instrumentalist, Malcolm “Mac” Rebennack Jr., known to the greater music world as Dr. John, died Thursday. He was  77.

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There's a sartorial fashion choice that's dividing men and women across America: cargo shorts.

Pockets of frustration: The debate over cargo shorts

There's a sartorial fashion choice that's dividing men and women across America: cargo shorts.

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The inaugural eGames – a two-day, international computer gaming tournament – will take place alongside the Rio Olympics.

eGamer wear

The inaugural eGames – a two-day, international computer gaming tournament – will take place alongside the Rio Olympics.

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We have some exciting updates coming soon to our ticket giveaway process - get the inside scoop.

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Anne Litt hosts unexpected choices in progressive pop and new rhythms.

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Broken beats, soulful key chords, samples and sounds.

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Jason Kramer features selections that range from carefully curated music from around the world with unique gems and quality tracks that will satisfy the needs of even the most…

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Mario Cotto hosts a kaleidoscopic Dada dance party! Check out the latest show On-Demand.

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Monogem takes a gallant turn on the uber personal song "Soy Lo Que Soy" (which translates to I Am What I Am).

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Raul Campos hosts deep rhythms and urban soul with a Latin twist.

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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.

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2020 will mark thirty years since The Black Crowes released their debut album Shake Your Money Maker.

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