Myke Dodge Weiskopf

Myke Dodge Weiskopf

Senior Producer for Music

Myke Dodge Weiskopf (Co-Producer) is KCRW's Senior Producer for Music. He was the Senior Producer of KCRW's Lost Notes podcast and a contributing producer on UnFictional and The Organist, KCRW's collaboration with The Believer. He's been publicly writing, thinking, and obsessing about music since age 13 (pictured), when he published his first ‘zine on a hand-me-down Apple IIe and a dot-matrix printer. Since then, he's worked at/with Rykodisc, the Boston Phoenix, This American Life, BBC, NPR, the Getty Museum, and many others. He lives at www.myke.me.

Myke Dodge Weiskopf on KCRW

From R.E.M. to Nick Cave, KCRW opens the floodgates on the 40-year-old performance archives of Deirdre O’Donoghue, whose show “SNAP” was a lodestar for “new, unusual, imaginative, and inventive music.” And we've got a new streaming channel, Bent24, to go along with it.

Get Bent: A guide to KCRW’s new ‘80s + ‘90s performance archives

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from Music News

South Africa’s Malopoets synthesized tribal influences with jazz and poetry, consciously sidestepping slick and Westernized “Afropop” sounds. Founding vocalist Patrick Sefolosha joined Deirdre to discuss the circumstances around his exile, his view on the “beginning of the end” of apartheid, and the paradox of joyful music arising from desperate circumstances.

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South Africa’s Malopoets synthesized tribal influences with jazz and poetry, consciously sidestepping slick and Westernized “Afropop” sounds. Founding vocalist Patrick Sefolosha joined Deirdre to discuss the circumstances around his exile, his view on the “beginning of the end” of apartheid, and the paradox of joyful music arising from desperate circumstances.

from Bent by Nature

Pioneering LA poet Michelle T. Clinton stopped by “SNAP!” in 1984 to perform a sequence of groundbreaking poems, including “Did She Bleed,” “High Blood/Pressure,” and “I Wanna Be Black.”

Bent By Nature archives: Poet Michelle T. Clinton (1984)

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from Bent by Nature

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