Kcrw Sonic Trace
Sonic Trace is KCRW's story-telling project that begins in the heart of Los Angeles and crosses into Mexico and across Latin America.
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"La Burbuja," you can visit:
L I S T E N B E L O W
Sam Brown takes us along for a ride with his horses. He unwinds in one of the last equestrian zones in LA County. A small ranch off of the Pomona Expressway.
Kimi Gonzalez talks about balancing home life, work life
How spray painting changed the life of one Angeleno.
Returning to live with my parents at 40 years-old.
Jamshid Ashgvari left Iran after the 1979 Revolution,
and during Iran's war with Iraq.
"El Cristo Mojado" was part of the Sonic Trace project where we interviewed and follow Guatemalan communities of LA during Easter time to capture their traditions. Click on the button left of this for photos of the event.
Sonic Trace is produced by Anayansi Diaz-Cortes and Eric Pearse Chavez. It is part of Localore, an initiative of the Association of Independents in Radio (AIR) and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. It's home is KCRW's Independent Producer Project. The project is co-produced by Zeega, a non-profit inventing new forms of interactive storytelling.
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Eric Pearse Chavez is an independent radio producer and journalist.
He is a co-producer for Sonic Trace, part of KCRW's Independent Producer Project.
On this page you will find Eric's work & links to more of his work under Sonic Trace.
Photo Credit: Javier Cabral