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January 01, 1990 - December 15, 2012 + Today's Top Tune
London's Animal Kingdom create dreamy pop with an epic feel thanks to crashing cymbals and power beats.
Jesse Harris made a name for himself when he wrote Norah Jones' hit "Don't Know Why." In 2011, he lived in Brazil, immersing himself in...
San Antonio-based family band Hacienda found early support from the Black Keys' Dan Auerbach when they handed him a demo back in 2005. He's produced...
The debut recording from The Archives is an immersion in Jamaican music, as they sway from roots to dancehall and rocksteady.
Formerly known as the Morning Benders, Pop Etc has a new name and a new self-titled album. Not surprisingly, the trio returns with a new...
What can we say about Hall of Fame inductee and reggae legend, Jimmy Cliff? His new album -- his first release in seven years -...
Berlin-based Jazzanova gathered their original seven-piece touring band and vocalist Paul Randolph to record their first live album.
Sean Rowe's songs cast a hypnotic spell via his golden baritone. His sophomore release is filled with beautiful soulful lyrics. But Today's Top Tune stands...
LA quartet Infantree creates moody tunes driven by three-part harmonies.
A young singer with an old soul, Melody Gardot's third release is a sultry mix of jazzy-tinged gypsy songs.
Australian funk/soul band The Bamboos are joined by a slew of great singers on their fifth full-length, including Aloe Blacc, Daniel Merriweather and...
Brazilian outfit Bonde Do Role plays electrifying funk that is guaranteed to get you dancing. KCRW DJ Travis Holcombe predicts their new CD will make...
LA-based band Everest enlisted Richard Swift to produce and perform on their latest album, a good ole blast of American rock.
KCRW DJ Mario Cotto describes Liars' new record as a "dark pop masterpiece."
Grammy Award-winner Rodney Crowell and NY Times best selling-author Mary Karr are kindred spirits who have teamed up on a stunning collection of songs.