Larry the Fox Returns! Jazz Jammers Roundtable

Hey, all you jazzcats and others interested in jazz, on September 15, from 3 – 5pm the Old Jazz Spinner, Larry the Fox, came out of retirement to host the ...

In-Studio: San Cha

foto by Bibs Moreno / dress by OLIMAstudio Listen to San Cha’s In-Studio and interview recorded on July 8, 2018, on Radio Realness. Listen to Radio Realness on the 1st & 2nd Sunday of the month ...

In Memoriam: Tim Moore, host of “Going For Baroque”

It is with a heavy heart that we share that Tim Moore, host of “Going For Baroque” passed away on Friday, August 17th, 2018. You can find his obituary, and ...

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In-Studio: ELLA

  Listen to ELLA‘s In-Studio (including a live set and interview), recorded ...

In-Studio: Ellen Harper

Listen to Ellen Harper’s In-Studio, recorded on June 21st, 2018 on Folk ...

Interview: Martha Gonzalez

On April 26th, dj hny bttr chckn bsct spoke with Professor Martha ...

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In-Studio: CAUSA

Listen to CAUSA‘s In-Studio recorded on June 10th, 2018 on Radio Realness. Listen to Radio Realness on the 1st & 2nd Sunday of the month from 7pm-10pm.   from Remezcla: “Each member of CAUSA identifies with the #LGBTQ community, and the band told Remezcla that their goal is to ultimately challenge cis-white-heteronormative ideals in the scene: “Our songs derive from #queer anger, […]

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In-Studio: Argument?

Listen to Argument? In-Studio recorded on April 15th, 2018 on Radio Realness. Listen to Radio Realness is on the 1st & 2nd Sunday of the month from 7pm-10pm.   Argument? is a Long Beach queer fronted peace punk band with a catchy beat and theatrical antics. They bring a message of personal concerns for social change for the queer, POC, […]

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This Friday 6/29/18 – Professor Graydon Beeks on Going for Baroque

This Friday, June 29th, Tim Moore’s in-studio guest will be Prof. Graydon Beeks, Professor of Music at Pomona College, and President of the American Handel Society.  He will report on his recent trip to Halle, Germany, birthplace of Handel and site of the annual Handel Festival. Most of the program will be devoted to the compositions […]

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Kickin’ Off the Summer With Some Cool Highlights From the Charts

dj hny bttr chckn bsct here, sharing some of my favorite picks from the first week of summer charts!  Alice Bag Blueprint Don Giovanni Records Local punk-feminist Chicana icon, Alice Bag is back at it with her second full-length solo album. Alice Bag has been making waves in the LA underground punk scene since the […]

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Interview: Azalia Snail

On April 25th Erica from the “Making Space” show spoke with Azalia Snail about her new album “Neon Resistance” and about Azalia’s background as an artist coming up in New York in the 90s and her experiences being now based in Los Angeles. Azalia Snail is an American avant-garde singer-songwriter and musician. She is a […]

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