Upcoming Live Performances on MORNING BECOMES ECLECTIC with host JASON BENTLEY
Morning Becomes Eclectic at 11:15am.
Tuesday, September 13, Written from the heart, Lex Land‘s latest collection of songs builds on what critics have dubbed “honey-sweet rock.” We’ll catch up with the Austin-based artist when she returns to KCRW studios for a session on Morning Becomes Eclectic at 11:15am.
Wednesday, September 14, The Horrors harness a soaring psychedelic sound with 80’s influences that has made them a mainstay on our airwaves the last couple years. We’ll get to enjoy live versions of the mind-bending songs on their new album “Skying” when they return to perform on Morning Becomes Eclectic at 11:15am.
Monday, September 19, Our DJs have been championing UK singer James Blake and his breathtakingly spartan musical style for some time and we’re thrilled to hear songs from his debut in a live setting. The gifted 22 year old makes his KCRW debut on Morning Becomes Eclectic at 11:15am.
Wednesday, September 21, From Duluth, Minnesota, the band Low are pioneers of slow tempos and minimalist arrangements yet their 9th studio album “C’Mon” is the most compelling to date. They’ll share new songs when they join Morning Becomes Eclectic at 11:15am.
Thursday, September 22, A prolific and captivating artist Joseph Arthur spent much of last year with Ben Harper and Dhani Harrison as Fistful of Mercy, yet he found time to continue his solo work. We’ll hear songs from his latest release “The Graduation Ceremony” when we catch up with him on Morning Becomes Eclectic at 11:15am.
Tues, September 13, Fleet Foxes with the Walkmen at the Santa Barbara Bowl.
Wed, September 14, Fleet Foxes and The Walkmen at the Greek.
Thurs, September 15, The Horrors at the El Rey Theatre.
Mon, September 19, Bon Iver at the Shrine.
Mon, September 19, James Blake at the Music Box.
Tues, September 20, Laura Marling at the Troubadour.
Sat, September 24, James Vincent McMorrow at the Bootleg.
Sun, September 25, James Vincent McMorrow at the Bootleg Theatre.
Thurs September 29, Fool’s Gold at the Troubadour.
Thurs, September 29 through Sat, October 1, Oohlala Festival at the El Rey.
Sat, October 1, Portugal. The Man at the Avalon.
Sat, October 1, Elbow at the Greek Theatre.
Mon, October 3, Toro y Moi at the El Rey Theatre.
Tues, October 4, Jolie Holland at the Bootleg Theater.
Tues, October 4, Gomez at the House of Blues Anaheim.
Wed, October 5, Gomez at the House of Blues Sunset.
Thurs, October 6, Little Dragon at the Avalon.
Thurs, October 6 through Sun, October 9, FILTER MAGAZINE’S CULTURE COLLIDE featuring CSS, Lindstrom, Gang Gang Dance, Ximena Sarinana,Datarock, The Elected and tons of others at various venues.
Wed, October 12, Cut Copy at the Palladium.
Sat, October 15, Bryan Ferry at the Greek Theatre.
Sat, October 15, Friendly Fires at Club Nokia.
Sat, October 15, Metronomy at the Troubadour.
Mon, October 17, Battles at the Mayan.
Tues, October 18, Portishead at the Shrine Expo Hall.
Wed, October 19, Portishead at the Shrine Expo Hall.
Sat, October 22, Robyn and Royksopp at the Hollywood Bowl.
Sat, October 22, Aloe Blacc and the Grand Scheme at the El Rey Theatre.
Sun, October 23, LA 101 with the Airborne Toxic Event and others at The Gibson Amphitheatre.
Wed, November 2, Tune-Yards at the Music Box.
Wed, November 9, M83 at the Music Box.
Sat, November 12, Feist at the Wiltern.
Sat, November 19, The Civil Wars at the Wiltern.