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Running Around Los Angeles Week Of June 14, 2013

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Empire of the Sun at Jimmy Kimmel Live! with Robert Swerdlow on Tuesday June 19, 2013 (top row). •Skype interview with Hooverphonic‘s Noemie Wolfs on Wednesday June 20, 2013 (bottom center). •Campus DJ competition at Avalon and TC at Respect with her honor, Campus DJ Judge Reid Speed on Thursday June 21, 2013 (bottom left and right, photos courtesy of Regal Radio).

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Music journalist Lily Moayeri talks about her experience interviewing musicians, giving a snapshot of what it is like being on the other side of the digital recorder.

Long-time music journalist Lily Moayeri talks about her experience interviewing musicians, a snapshot of what it is like being on the other side of the digital recorder. Named after the 1968 song by The Who, Lily's writings are aggregated on www.pictures-of-lily.com. Podcasts are produced and edited by Laurence Schroeder.

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