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January 01, 1990 - December 19, 2012 + Today's Top Tune
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.
Did you know that KCRW DJ Anthony Valadez is also a photographer, graphic artist and a talented musician?
If you've seen Neko Case in concert, you've most likely noticed her sidekick, singer Kelly Hogan. She's so beloved by other artists, that they write...
Philly trucker turned musician Daughn Gibson caught our attention with his seductive baritone and cinematic soundscape.
We'll hear a live performance from Santigold this Friday on Morning Becomes Eclectic. Today we offer a track from her latest recording as a preview.
Moscow-born and NY-bred, classically trained pianist, Regina Spektor sets her sights on universal themes of love and hope in her songwriting.
The gospel-stomp sound and impeccable harmonies of Delta Rae totally grabs your attention.
Tallest Man on Earth is the moniker of Swedish artist Kristian Matsson. With his gravelly voice and weighty yet beautiful tunes, it's hard not to...
London-based singer Lianne La Havas has captured our hearts with just an EP of songs as we anticipate her full-length recording.
Toronto's Afie Jurvanen, better known as Bahamas, honed his skills touring and recording with Feist. His melodic, intricately crafted songs capture a down to earth...
LA-based buzz band Fidlar channel a garage punk energy into its songs. Their reputation is quickly growing beyond the West Coast
The Walkmen never let us down with their driving rhythms, singer Hamilton Leithauser's distinct keening croon and sharp song craft.
After a 20-year hiatus, Public Image Limited is back with a new album featuring iconic singer John Lydon at the helm.