DJ Vic Di Geronimo on how autumn has inspired composers from Vivaldi to Verdi.
KCRW DJ Valida Carroll reminds us why the '90s will rule forever.
The Halloween candy may be already on display in the stores, but there are still three weeks left of summer.
KCRW DJ Travis Holcombe brings us his five favorite artists of the moment.
Verónica Dávila and Marisol LeBrón discuss the music that became fuel for the protests in Puerto Rico.
DJ Jason Kramer of KCRW in Santa Monica plays us some of his favorite music right now.
Nevada Public Radio DJ Gia DeSantis shares her five favorite songs of the moment.
KCRW DJ Novena Carmel shares some of her favorite summer tracks from Burna Boy to The Black Pumas.
Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson talks with KCRW DJ John Moses about some of his favorite songs right now — and hears a surprising rendition of "The Sound of Music."
DJ Omar Phillips, aka "Steelfinga," plays us some of the summer's hottest dancehall hits.
Bo Leibowitz, who hosted the "Strictly Jazz" program on KCRW, died Monday at the age of 74.
Tyler, the Creator's new album "Igor" just debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 Albums Chart.
KCRW DJ Raul Campos shares his favorite new releases — spanning a variety of emotions — with Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson.
Shawn Parr, co-host of "Nash Nights Live," a country music show in Nashville, joins Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson for a country edition of our DJ Sessions.
KCRW DJ Jeremy Sole brings us a never-before-released Marvin Gaye song, and three other special picks, in this week's DJ Session.
WWNO host Gwen Thompkins joins Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson to highlight her favorite artists from the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival.
Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson talks about his first Coachella experience with KCRW DJ Travis Holcombe, and the two share some of their favorite music from the festival.
DJ David Sommerstein shares his love for world dance music with us.
From Billie Eilish to Wild Belle, KCRW DJ Chris Douridas brings us four angsty songs to address young love, loss and ghosting.
Host and announcer for the Metropolitan Opera, Mary Jo Heath, brings us five of her favorite works.