"The album I’m thinking of didn’t save my life, but it saved me from being a close-minded a**hole – or at least I hope it did." - Rob Rosenthal
Apr. 26from Music News
David Gray's 11th studio album Gold in a Brass Age has him experimenting with new electronic textures and sound palettes.
Mar. 26from Morning Becomes Eclectic
As a child, Nick Waterhouse studied the trumpet, but when he was 13 he picked up the guitar and well, the rest is history.
Mar. 8from Morning Becomes Eclectic
Jon Gooch has positioned himself as a major player in the electronic scene under DJ alias, Feed Me.
Mar. 2from Metropolis
Gary Clark Jr. performs all new tracks in this special live performance recorded for us in late February.
Mar. 1from Morning Becomes Eclectic
Dutch born artist Benny Sings' sixth studio album City Pop is his most personal record to date.
Feb. 25from Morning Becomes Eclectic
Hailing from Compton, L.A., producer Channel Tres points to a plethora of distinct formative influences in the formation of his musical character.
Feb. 23from Metropolis
A noted DJ, producer, collaborator, and label owner, Erol Alkan remains one of UK club culture's defining figures, strikingly original and wholly influential.
Feb. 16from Metropolis
Matt Berninger (The National, EL VY) shares his favorite love songs on Morning Becomes Eclectic to celebrate Valentine's Day.
Feb. 14from Morning Becomes Eclectic
It’s been eight years since DJ/producer Enzo Siragusa founded Fuse, a underground London-based event series and record label that has carved out a spot in the worldwide techno and…
Feb. 9from Metropolis
Steve Gunn showcases his guitar prowess and lyrical talents on his breakthrough fourth album The Unseen In Between.
Feb. 8from Morning Becomes Eclectic
Harriet Brown produced, arranged, composed, and played every instrument on his new album Mall of Fortune. Hear his one-man band skills on his debut MBE session.
Feb. 7from Morning Becomes Eclectic
LA’s Cherry Glazerr joins us on the day of their album release, where they’ll play music from their new album Stuffed & Ready.
Feb. 1from Morning Becomes Eclectic
Boston indie rockers Guster join us in live performance on the heels of the release of their eighth studio album Look Alive.
Jan. 29from Morning Becomes Eclectic
KCRW DJ Anne Litt discusses new music from LA’s own Ozomatli, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Deerhunter, Mercury Rev, Neal Francis.
Jan. 23from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
Lindsey Jordan aka Snail Mail released her debut EP at 15, was signed to a major label at 18 and released her first album just shy of her 19th birthday.
Jan. 23from Morning Becomes Eclectic
Whether or not you’ve heard the name, you’re almost certainly familiar with the sound of Nightmares on Wax.
Jan. 19from Metropolis
Four years after the release of her EP I Don’t Want to Let You Down, Sharon is set to release her new album, Remind Me Tomorrow, to the masses.
Jan. 17from Morning Becomes Eclectic
A new year brings a fresh batch of new music.
Jan. 14from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
Some of the people behind the mikes and behind the scenes at KCRW have gotten together to reminisce about their favorite holiday music and memories.
Dec. 25from Morning Becomes Eclectic