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A community service of EOB, KCEP-FM provides more than 150,000 listeners each week an eclectic blend of hip hop and R&B, locally produced public affairs programming and cultural programs. The station broadcasts throughout the Las Vegas Valley on its frequency of 88.1 FM. As a member-supported, non-commercial station, KCEP is proud to be an National Public Radio (NPR) affiliate station. More Posts

More or less, you know what to expect from your favorite boy band: Backstreet Boys give us straight-forward bubblegum; One Direction embraces ‘…

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More or less, you know what to expect from your favorite boy band: Backstreet Boys give us straight-forward bubblegum; One Direction embraces ‘…

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More or less, you know what to expect from your favorite boy band: Backstreet Boys give us straight-forward bubblegum; One Direction embraces ‘…

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At the beginning of Lip Sync Battle, host LL Cool J tells viewers how simple the show’s concept is — two stars lip-sync two songs, then the audience…

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Thanks to the likes of PSY, Wonder Girls and Girls’ Generation, Korean pop is selling more music and holding more tours in overseas territories,…

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Los Angeles’ favorite son (of the moment, at least), Kendrick Lamar, will throw out the Dodgers’ first pitch on April 27, it was announced Friday….

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Los Angeles’ favorite son (of the moment, at least), Kendrick Lamar, will throw out the Dodgers’ first pitch on April 27, it was announced Friday….

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The federal charges stemmed from $615,000 Eberts took from a former Illinois fireman to produce a movie that was never made.

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The federal charges stemmed from $615,000 Eberts took from a former Illinois fireman to produce a movie that was never made.

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On April 5 and 6, HBO will premiere Oscar- and Emmy-winning documentary filmmaker Alex Gibney’s Sinatra: All or Nothing at All, a two-part, four…

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Manic Street Preachers have a few reasons to be excited about bringing their Holy Bible 20 tour to North America later this month.
For starters, the…

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The Sonics, the influential ur-garage rock band from Tacoma, WA, whose muscular early-to-mid 1960’s sound helped forge a path for what would…

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Wilco’s upcoming concert in Indianapolis is back on thanks to the state legislature’s choice to fix the recently signed Religious Freedom…

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This week already saw the combination of Franz Ferdinand and Sparks into a new band; now we’ve got another indie rock team-up, this one of a folksier…

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Kanye West and Dame Dash are getting sued over their short film, Loisaidas, according to reports (Page Six and TMZ).
A bachata duo of the same…

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Kanye West and Dame Dash are getting sued over their short film, Loisaidas, according to reports (Page Six and TMZ).
A bachata duo of the same…

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Kendrick Lamar’s To Pimp a Butterfly is sitting atop the Billboard 200 for a second week, but the Compton rapper recently revealed that’s not the…

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Little Big Town has found itself a big hit in its buzzy single “Girl Crush.” The track races 17-3 on Billboard’s Hot Country Songs chart (dated April…

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Little Big Town has found itself a big hit in its buzzy single “Girl Crush.” The track races 17-3 on Billboard’s Hot Country Songs chart (dated April…

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“You thought this was gonna be a street fight? You’re damn right it is.”

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Noah Baumbach’s satire about aging hipsters While We’re Young is loaded, like all of Baumbach’s films, with music, ranging from James Murphy’s score…

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Nine o’clock one Monday night, Azealia Banks is demanding a rolling pin. The 23-year-old rapper-singer-controversy magnet wants to show off her…

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