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January 01, 1990 - June 21, 2012 + Morning Becomes Eclectic
A live session with LA's own Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros, recorded in front of a live audience at Apogee's Berkeley Street Studios. Hosted...
We fell in love with New Zealand singer Kimbra when she joined Gotye on Morning Becomes Eclectic last year...
The story behind the husband and wife duo known as Tennis has been compelling from the start. Their debut was fueled by an epic sailing...
Distinguished composer Yann Tiersen, who scored the hit film "Amelie," marries whimsy with minimalism in his work.
We visited Miike Snow backstage before their recent sold out show in LA. We share our conversation and a batch of new songs recorded in...
Norwegian-born and Swedish-based singer-songwriter Ane Brun crafts delicately haunting melodies and counts Peter Gabriel and Ani DiFranco among her fans.
Perhaps best known for his work with rockers the Raconteurs, Brendan Benson is an expert at pop song-craft, which he explores in his solo work.
KCRW favorites Keane share a gorgeous set of new songs to celebrate the release of their latest album, Strangeland.
Buzz-worthy British band The Big Pink pack soaring choruses and catchy hooks into a performance on Morning Becomes Eclectic at 11:115am.
Former Fleet Foxes drummer J. Tillman creates new tunes as Father John Misty. We explore his musical alter ego in advance of his show at...
The Shins are back! To celebrate their return, we captured a set of songs in front of a live audience at Apogee's Berkeley Street Studios.
Brooklyn trio Bear in Heaven veer from mega-catchy, dreamy dance songs to more experimental synth rock...
Grammy Award-winning bassist and composer Esperanza Spalding leads her large band through whimsically poetic songs and sprawling jams...
Brooklyn-based Oberhofer’s debut is chock full of catchy choruses and energetic beats...
Jason Bentley gets a tour of the new MOCA exhibit Transmission LA: AV Club from curator Mike D.