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All of us at KCRW were saddened to learn of the passing of A Tribe Called Quest MC Phife Dawg, aka Malik Taylor, last night at the age of 45.…

RIP Phife Dawg & the Brilliance of A Tribe Called Quest

All of us at KCRW were saddened to learn of the passing of A Tribe Called Quest MC Phife Dawg, aka Malik Taylor, last night at the age of 45.…

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This is an homage to David Bowie. But I have to get a couple of things off my chest first: I have never been, nor will I ever be, a…

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The Eno/Bowie collaboration on Heroes took my breath away – it seems to be a continuation of the frame of mind that he had begun to explore in The Man Who…

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