Sisters Jennifer and Jessica Clavin formed Bleached in Los Angeles in 2011. They'll join us live to perform tracks from their latest record Don't You Think You've Had Enough?
Nov. 19from Morning Becomes Eclectic
Cuco is a young artist whose talents have skyrocketed him and his music to epic heights.
Nov. 15from Morning Becomes Eclectic
2020 will mark thirty years since The Black Crowes released their debut album Shake Your Money Maker.
Nov. 14from Morning Becomes Eclectic
We have some exciting updates coming soon to our ticket giveaway process - get the inside scoop.
Nov. 13from Music News
Check out November's KCRW Presents concert updates and recommendations. Newly confirmed artists include Andy Shauf and Maverick Sabre.
Nov. 12from Music News
Orange County native Madison Cunningham released her debut album Who Are You Now earlier this summer.
Nov. 7from Morning Becomes Eclectic
We recently welcomed singer and songwriter Adia Victoria to KCRW where she performed a handful of songs for us, including her unreleased track In The Pines.
Nov. 4from Morning Becomes Eclectic
Earlier this month Irish singer-songwriter Glen Hansard (of The Frames / The Swell Season) performed a handful of songs from his latest album This Wild Willing for KCRW.
Oct. 23from Morning Becomes Eclectic
Cage the Elephant recently visited KCRW where they played a set of new songs from their latest album Social Cues.
Oct. 21from Morning Becomes Eclectic
Rocktober continues in and around Southern California. We'll see you out there!
Oct. 17from Music News
Travis Holcombe sits down with poet, novelist, playwright and spoken word artist Kate Tempest.
Oct. 16from Morning Becomes Eclectic
Yola wowed us at our day showcase at SXSW earlier this year. So much so, that we had to have her back on KCRW.
Oct. 15from Morning Becomes Eclectic
Devendra Banhart's distinctive style and musical artistry have always been at the forefront of his albums.
Oct. 14from Morning Becomes Eclectic
Brittany Howard's solo debut album Jaime puts her powerhouse vocals on full display.
Oct. 7from Morning Becomes Eclectic
Mario Cotto is happy Desert Daze is back, bigger, and badder than ever. If you're going to the fest, here are a few artists you shouldn't miss.
Oct. 4from Music News
Dermot Kennedy recently joined Anne Litt for a conversation and performance at the Village Studios ahead of the release of his debut album Without Fear.
Oct. 4from Morning Becomes Eclectic
Sofi Tukker performed an energetic set for Morning Becomes Eclectic in celebration of their new EP Dancing On The People.
Oct. 3from Music News
On the eve of the release of their second album Dancing on the People, Sofi Tukker delivered a dance fueled performance at their Apogee session for KCRW.
Oct. 3from Morning Becomes Eclectic
It's our favorite season of the year! Let's get ready to rock through the month of October.
Oct. 1from Music News
On their seventh studio album A Bath Full of Ecstasy, Hot Chip take their dance floor anthems to new heights with the guidance of co-producers Philippe Zdar and Rodaidh McDonald.
Sep. 27from Morning Becomes Eclectic