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January 01, 1990 - January 30, 2013 + Morning Becomes Eclectic
Baltimore's Animal Collective has always been considered an experimental band but they stretch even their own boundaries with their new release.
Swedish musician Kristian Matsson, who goes by the moniker The Tallest Man on Earth, sings striking folks songs in a voice that have led many...
Avant garde electronica pioneer Squarepusher pushes the boundaries of music, exploring drum and bass and industrial sounds.
Anne Litt hosts a session with one of LA's most promising bands Milo Greene. Their buzz is based on rich harmonies, energetic live performances and...
Israeli trance/dance duo Infected Mushroom are an international cult success.
UK dance-punk purveyors Bloc Party return to KCRW to premiere live versions of songs from their new album, with a decidedly more rock-driven sound.
Toronto's Diamond Rings preview songs from their upcoming release -- a brilliant mix of high energy and glamour
Longtime KCRW favorites Antibalas are reenergized on their new album after several of their members were featured in the Tony Award winning play, Fela!
The Dirty Projectors are masters when it comes to mixing different elements into their songs and reinventing their sound with each new recording.
Almost a decade ago, KCRW began playing songs by a little known singer-songwriter named Jesca Hoop. Her latest album is one of her catchiest yet...
After a decade long hiatus, So Cal cosmic country favorites Beachwood Sparks have returned...
Cambridge, England-based art rock quartet Alt-J seemingly came out of nowhere this year with a genre-defying blend that has utterly captivated our ears.
Real Estate may be from New Jersey but their music captures the sound of a beautiful California day.