1000 Search Results found for: 1000+ results found. Please refine your search.
January 01, 1990 - August 21, 2012 + Morning Becomes Eclectic
Indian-British artist Nitin Sawhney is considered a musical pioneer for his mix of south Asian musical influences with electronica and other genres, like...
LA's own Meiko made her US radio debut at KCRW a few years back and promptly took off! The Hotel Café favorite has a way...
Beach House put out one of our favorite records of the year and we can't wait to hear it live...
The new album of Brooklyn-based singer Santigold has been at the top of KCRW's airplay charts for weeks...
Reggae legend Jimmy Cliff joins us for an intimate performance...
Los Angeles-based Calder Quartet perform a variety of compositions from their vast repertoire, including songs by minimalist Philip Glass and the lush work of Beethoven.
Jason Bentley catches up with the man, the myth, the legend...
North Carolina sextet Delta Rae bring stomping blues and gospel vocals to KCRW for their Morning Becomes Eclectic debut.
Recording Academy President Neil Portnow and Grammy telecast producer Ken Ehrlich join Jason Bentley for a behind-the-scenes look at the Grammy Awards.
We've known Glen Hansard as the voice of The Swell Season and The Frames and now he returns to KCRW's studios with songs from his...
We were early supporters of singer Mayer Hawthorne and he is bringing his band The County back to our studios for a set of neo-soul.
Best Coast will bring the sunshine into KCRW's basement studios with a collection of catchy new songs that showcase Bethany Cosentino's love affair with California.
LA-based duo Electric Guest are inspired by classic 70's songwriting with a nod to nostalgic soul.
Dev Hynes may moonlight as a songwriter for artists like Florence and the Machine and The Chemical Brothers, but we venture into his solo work...
Toronto-based artist Bahamas caught the attention of Feist and Jack Johnson for his skillful guitar work and powerful songs...