KCRW


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KCRWKansas City Roller Warriors (women's roller derby league; Kansas City, Missouri)
KCRWKendall County Republican Women (est. 1936; Illinois)
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The difference between 200 feet per nm and 240 feet nm doesn't sound like much, but it is at KCRW.
The piece was produced by Rob Sachs, with help from Bob Carlson, and first aired on KCRW's UnFictional.
Lea Thau receives about one-third to one-half the funding she needs to create the monthly "Strangers" podcast, which provides an intimate dive into people's lives, from KCRW, a public radio station in Los Angeles.
Unlike Nick Cave's recent Live from KCRW, it's not an album for the uninitiated.
NICK CAVE AND THE BAD SEEDS - Live From KCRW NICK Cave fans have not been starved of new material, with the 15th studio album Push The Sky Away released back in February, but now the Australian veteran and a streamlined Bad Seeds have released their fourth live album.
He also sits on the board of KCRW, Southern California's National Public Radio affiliate.
Their infectious house music--made with Christian Farley (Azari) and Alphonse Lanza (Alixander III)--has netted them gigs at Europe's Glastonbury and Lovebox festivals, the front row at a Dior show in Paris, and regular spins on L.A.'s KCRW, the radio station that played Adele and Gotye before anyone else.
"We're also getting airplay from KCRW radio in LA and Giles Peterson is still playing us." Submotion Orchestra play Bar 1:22 this Wednesday.
Writes KCRW radio DJ and "True Blood" music supervisor Gary Calamar, "Neko Case practically jumped into my arms and whispered, `I'll do it, call me, let's talk about "She's Not There" for "True Blood."' Yes, Neko's beautiful voice and sexy twang would be perfect for `True Blood.' Then I decided to go with the magical flow and continued down the C section.
The 2010 SXSW was the ultimate platform for the band to impress the global stage, most notably picking up support from radio KCRW''s Nic Harcourt - arguably America''s most influential DJ, credited for spring-boarding the careers of the likes of Coldplay and Dido in the states - who later invited them to LA to record a live session for his KCRW show.