Get More "Border Blaster" on Spotify | KCET
Get More "Border Blaster" on Spotify
This season, enhance your experience with our extended playlists on Spotify. "Border Blaster" host and dublab DJ Liz Warner curates a weekly selection of music that dives deeper into each episode.
The playlists will bring you catalog cuts from "Border Blaster" artists, as well as songs related to each episode. Whether that’s music that an artist has collaborated on or a celebration of the regions and styles featured, in true Border Blaster fashion the Spotify playlists bring you soulful musical and visual travels across the globe.
Also be sure to listen to Border Blaster playlists covering our past seasons for a reflection of the videos featured on previous episodes of Border Blaster.
Troubling History Repeating? Art Examines Parallels Between Japanese American Internment and Today’s Migrants
Two new exhibitions explore the connection between World War II incarceration of Japanese Americans and the United States government’s more recent immigration and travel policies.
A Story of Friendship and Second Chances in 'Standing Up, Falling Down,' Starring Ben Schwartz and Billy Crystal at the KCET Cinema Series
KCET Cinema Series host Pete Hammond moderated a Q&A session with director Matt Ratner, and producers Chris Mangano and John Hermann.
A Q&A will immediately follow with star Annette Bening.
Barbara Kruger unveils her latest additions to her ongoing series, “Untitled (Questions),” as part of Frieze Week Los Angeles. The unmistakable ad-like artworks boldly ask, “Who buys low? Who sells high?” among other questions.
Bonobo, Helado Negro, Róisín Murphy, Macha Kiddo, Ash Koosha and Fatoumata Diawara.
9m88, Balkan Beat Box featuring A-WA, Bells Atlas, Caloncho, El Buho and Tashi Wada with Yoshi Wada and Friends.
Vaudou Game, Rozzm, Corina Lawrence, 3rdCultureKid, Jirapah and Sudan Archives.
Alluri, Boogarins, The fin, Destroyer, Fatima, Ammar 808 and Nadah El-Shazly.
Tobe Nwigwe, Ana Tijoux, Khruangbin, Sibusile Xaba, Kristin Anna, Young Juvenile Youth and Bairoa.