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For the last five years, KCRW has been making Los Angeles’ cool summer evenings even cooler with its Summer Nights series in various outdoor spaces throughout the city. As part of that series, City of Angels native son Marques Wyatt shepherds summer 2014′s final Made in L.A. evening at the… by Lily Moayeri For the [...]

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For the last five years, KCRW has been making Los Angeles’ cool summer evenings even cooler with its Summer Nights series in various outdoor spaces throughout the city. As part of that series, City of Angels native son Marques Wyatt shepherds summer 2014′s final Made in L.A. evening at the… by Lily Moayeri For the [...]

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Aerosmith, Slash

When Aerosmith released “Seasons of Wither” in 1974, the power ballad was distinguished by its elegantly chilling arpeggios and singer Steven Tyler’s bittersweet evocation of a Massachusetts winter and the end of a love affair. But Aerosmith’s own season of wither has been going on for decades now. The Boston… by Falling James When Aerosmith [...]

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Aerosmith, Slash

When Aerosmith released “Seasons of Wither” in 1974, the power ballad was distinguished by its elegantly chilling arpeggios and singer Steven Tyler’s bittersweet evocation of a Massachusetts winter and the end of a love affair. But Aerosmith’s own season of wither has been going on for decades now. The Boston… by Falling James When Aerosmith [...]

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Moth GrandSLAM

Storytelling has experienced something of a renaissance in the past decade or so. Whether on This American Life, through StoryCorps or in any given issue of Grit, people love to hear other people wax poetic, rhapsodic or orgasmic about their lives. Tonight’s Moth GrandSLAM — not to be confused with… by David Cotner Storytelling has [...]

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Man or Astro-man?

Man or Astro-man? supposedly come from Alabama, but the quartet’s soaring instrumentals sound as if they emerge from somewhere in deep space. There are strong riptides of Earthly surf music pulling new tracks such as “Electric Arc” and “Antimatter Man” far out to sea, but the tempos are pushed along… by Falling James Man or [...]

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Jimmy Cliff, Shaggy, Don Carlos and the Dub Vision Band

In the late 1970s, Jimmy Cliff was considered a relative lightweight compared with Bob Marley and Peter Tosh, whose music often was more overtly political and spiritually momentous. But Cliff’s songs have endured and now are considered reggae standards. The Jamaican singer was, of course, the star of the classic… by Falling James In the [...]

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Quetzal

Quetzal’s 2012 album, Imaginaries, won a Grammy for Best Latin Rock, Urban or Alternative Album, a zenith for the 20-year-old band, which almost disbanded when leader Quetzal Flores and lead singer/percussionist Martha Rodriguez decided to focus more on graduate studies and raising a family. Luckily for their ardent fans, the… by Gary Fukushima Quetzal’s 2012 [...]

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Quetzal

Quetzal’s 2012 album, Imaginaries, won a Grammy for Best Latin Rock, Urban or Alternative Album, a zenith for the 20-year-old band, which almost disbanded when leader Quetzal Flores and lead singer/percussionist Martha Rodriguez decided to focus more on graduate studies and raising a family. Luckily for their ardent fans, the… by Gary Fukushima Quetzal’s 2012 [...]

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Masters of Ceremony: Hip-Hop Reunion

Formulated by music industry vet and b-boy–at-heart Adam Torres, the Masters of Ceremony Hip-Hop Reunion comes to Los Angeles after a highly lauded stint in January at New York’s Radio City Music Hall. The lineup, which reads like a primer on hip-hop cultural history, features performances by Doug E. Fresh,… by Jacqueline Michael Whatley Formulated [...]

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