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January 01, 1990 - December 11, 2012 + Morning Becomes Eclectic
Dwight Yoakam has sold 25 million records worldwide thanks to his unique combo of rock and country.
Daytime disco fans unite! Poolside has topped KCRW's airplay charts all year and we finally welcome the LA duo for a live performance...
Dance music phenomenon deadmau5 treats Morning Becomes Eclectic listeners to a special set...
LA-band, pop surrealist Ariel Pink's Haunted Graffiti graduated from bedroom recording to savvy musicianship on their latest release.
On the heels of KCRW's Masquerade and in anticipation of the Day of the Dead, Mexican Institute of Sound brings his band to MBE...
Robert Glasper has made numerous traditional jazz recordings with his trio, but his latest album sees him widening his perspective...
Matthew Dear is a longtime favorite among KCRW DJs and we're thrilled to welcome this techno-wunderkind turned rocker...
Lost in the Trees front-man Ari Picker leads his celebrated North Carolina collective through songs that turn loss into a musical celebration...
John Lydon has a new album with his post-punk outlet Public Image Ltd. He talks about their show at Club Nokia and his DJ set...
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....