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January 01, 1990 - November 17, 2012 + Morning Becomes Eclectic
After a six year hiatus with rumors that she'd given up on music, sultry singer Beth Orton is back... (11:15am)
Gary Clark Jr is a stunning blues guitarist and singer. We've been anxiously awaiting the release of his full length album... (10 O'CLOCK HOUR)
R&B singer Allen Stone has been gaining steam over the last year with a confessional lyrical style that integrates classic soul with catchy hooks.
Montreal's Stars are back with an upbeat recording that showcases the group's maturity.
KCRW was able to corral Band of Horses to perform a career-spanning set in the intimate setting of Apogee's Berkeley St Studios just a couple...
A soulful singer and a Mercury Prize nominee, Michael Kiwanuka is a KCRW favorite....
Twin Shadow's new album was inspired by long motorcycles rides front-man George Lewis Jr., took here in LA. The music is full throttle new wave....
Grizzly Bear's highly anticipated album has proved to be worth the wait...
Beloved pop band Stereolab ended their run in 2009, but front-woman Laetitia Sadier continues to release notable music as a solo artist.
Josh Haden has quietly reformed his band Spain after a long hiatus. His triplet sisters join him for a studio session of new songs and...
A soulful singer with a positive message, Citizen Cope returns to spread the love and share new songs...
Regina Spektor performed an emotional set of songs from her new album in front of a loving live audience at Apogee's Berkeley St. Studios.
British dance music duo Orbital is one of techno's most celebrated and accomplished partnerships. They really pack a punch.
Gary Calamar catches up with Wilco's Jeff Tweedy to see what we can look forward to when they return to Los Angeles for a show...
Matisyahu is a rapper with higher calling. His songs reflect his Jewish faith but have universal themes.