An Interview with Kiefer June 22, 2018
Will Schube chats with Kiefer about working with Stones Throw, playing music at UCLA, and the differences between LA's jazz and beat scenes.
Noise Pollution returns with a look at Sam Gendel and Sam Wilkes' collaborative LP, 'Music for Saxofone & Bass.'
Thomas Johnson goes deep on L.A. Salami's excellent new LP, 'The City of Bootmakers.'
The Beat Conductors returns with a look at BeatBoy.
Will Hagle speaks with Jay Worthy about his LNDN DRGS project, the questions he's always asked during interviews, and Kendrick Lamar's fandom.
Will Schube talks with Sam Morrow about LA's country scene, going sober, and his new LP, 'Concrete and Mud.'
Ryan Meaney takes a look at 'american (FOOL),' the Busdriver-produced album from former war correspondent Jerry Quickley.
Dean Van Nguyen breaks down Ryan Porter's now (old) LP, 'The Optimist.'
Sun-Ui Yum speaks with Trizz about growing up in the Inland Empire, his decision to stay independent, and touring with Tech N9ne.