Latin Alternative Music Conference 2008

KCRW is the official radio sponsor for the 9th annual Latin Alternative Music Conference and will be heading to New York City for live Morning Becomes Eclectic broadcasts, a Knitting Factory showcase and more.

KCRW will be broadcasting Morning Becomes Eclectic live on July 10 and 11 from Sound Generation with live guests and putting on a special showcase at the Knitting Factory on Wednesday, July 9th. Nic Harcourt will host the evening, headlined by Tally Hall and featuring Brooklynites Little Jackie and Salt & Samovar. Tickets are $12 in advance and are on sale now at the Knitting Factory website. Doors open at 8pm.

KCRW DJ Raul Campos, who will host this year’s conference, will be broadcasting his show (10pm to midnight PST) from New York on July 10 and 11.


Meet fellow KCRW fans in the city! On Tuesday, July 8 from 5 to 8pm, KCRW's Morning Becomes Eclectic Producer Ariana Morgenstern and Music Publicity Director Rachel Reynolds will host a Happy Hour Meetup at Botanica. Botanica is located in NoLita off Houston. This is a free event.

“Every year at LAMC we discover new bands that we may have not known otherwise. We are one of the only radio stations playing Latin Alternative artists on our airwaves, so we feel strongly about supporting them” - Nic Harcourt, KCRW's Music Director

Tally Hall

Ann Arbor quintet Tally Hall has been compared to everyone from the Beatles to the Beastie Boys, with charming pop, upbeat melodies and whimsical lyrics.

Little Jackie
Coming soon to KCRW

Little Jackie will be celebrating the release of her new album “The Stoop,” which blends old-school R&B; sound with a quirky hybrid of hip-hop and pop.

Salt & Samovar

Salt & Samovar recently made their second Morning Becomes Eclectic appearance, debuting brand new bluesy, foot-stomping songs.