thenewno2, Real Estate, Alt-J, Beachwood Sparks and More on KCRW

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Upcoming Live Performances on MORNING BECOMES ECLECTIC with host JASON BENTLEY

Tuesday, July 31,
Dhani Harrison debuts new songs from the musical collective he founded, thenewno2. They played a session for us in front of a live audience – their FIRST show behind their new album – at Apogee’s Berkeley St Studios. You can hear it on Morning Becomes Eclectic at 11:15am.

Wednesday, August 1, Real Estate may be from New Jersey but their music captures the sound of a beautiful California day. Its sunny, slightly psychedelic pop and we’re excited to hear it live when they make their Morning Becomes Eclectic debut at 11:15am

Thursday, August 2, Cambridge-based art rock quartet Alt-J seemingly came out of nowhere this year with a genre-defying blend that has utterly captivated our ears. We’ll hear songs from their new album live on Morning Becomes Eclectic at 11:15am.

Friday, August 3,
After a decade long hiatus, SoCal cosmic country favorites Beachwood Sparks have returned. Their long awaited new album is an excellent return to form. Join us on Morning Becomes Eclectic at 11:15am.

Monday, August 6, Almost a decade ago, KCRW began playing songs by a little known singer-songwriter named Jesca Hoop. Her latest album is one of her catchiest yet and we’re thrilled to have her back in the studio on Morning Becomes Eclectic at 11:15am.

Wednesday, August 8, The Dirty Projectors
are masters when it comes to mixing different elements into their songs and reinventing their sound with each new recording. The New York-based band will play a set for us on Morning Becomes Eclectic at 11:15am.


Thurs, August 2, KCRW’s Summer Nights at the Hammer Museum with KCRW DJ Jeremy Sole
Fri, August 3, Beachwood Sparks at the Echo on 2012.
Fri, August 3, Real Estate at the Fonda
Sat, August 4, Raphael Saadiq and Band of Skulls live performance and DJ Anne Litt at Who Shot Rock & Roll Live at the Annenberg Space for Photography
Thurs, August 9, KCRW’s Summer Nights continues at the Hammer Museum with DJ Anthony Valadez plus a live performance from Chicano Batman
Sat, August 11, White Denim at the Troubadour
Sun, August 12, Andrew Bird with special guest Sharon Van Etten at The Greek Theatre.
Mon, August 13, Birdy at The Roxy
Tues, August 14, The Kills at the Mayan
Tues, August 14, Regina Spektor at The Greek Theater.
Tues, August 14, Alabama Shakes with Michael Kiwanuka at the Fonda
Fri, August 17, Sean Rowe at McCabe’s Guitar Shop
Fri, August 17, PLAY MOCA with live performances from Zola Jesus and Active Child at the The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA
Fri, August 24, PLAY MOCA with live performances from Cults and Lord Huron at the The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA.
Fri, August 31, Niki & The Dove at the Echo
Sun, September 9, Pink Martini at the Greek
Sun, September 9, KCRW’s World Festival Hot Chip, Passion Pit and Omar Souleyman at the Hollywood Bowl hosted by Jason Bentley
Tues, September 11 — Thurs, September 13, My Morning Jacket at The Wiltern
Wed, September 12, The Walkmen at the Ford
Fri, September 14, Fiona Apple at the Greek
Sat, September 15, Pretty Lights with DJ Shadow, SuperVision and MartyParty at The Shrine
Fri, September 21, Church Sessions with Zee Avi at the First Unitarian Church
Sun, September 23, KCRW’s World Festival with Animal Collective and Tuvan throat singers Huun Huur Tu and Flying Lotus at the Hollywood Bowl hosted by Valida
Tues, September 25, BEACH HOUSE at THE WILTERN
Thurs, September 27, Conor Oberst at Royce Hall
Sun, September 30, Kimbra at the Ventura Theatre
Sun, September 30, Elvis Costello at The Granada Theatre in Santa Barbara
Tues, October 2, Cate Le Bon at the Bootleg Theater
Wed, October 3, Kimbra at the Fonda
Thurs, October 4, Kimbra at the Fonda
Thurs, October 4 – Sun, October 7, FILTER MAGAZINE’S CULTURE COLLIDE (Performances by Of Montreal, Junip, Penguin Prison, Voxhaul Broadcast, Niki and the Dove and more) – VARIOUS VENUES ACROSS L.A
Fri, October 5, The Head and the Heart at the Wiltern
Fri, October 5, Dr. Dog at the Ford Amphitheatre
Sun, October 7, Dr. Dog at Pappy and Harriet’s in Pioneertown
Mon, October 8, The Raveonettes at the El Rey Theatre
Tues, October 9, Rufus Wainwright at Campbell Hall at UC Santa Barbara
Tues, October 9, Michael Kiwanuka at The Ford Amphitheatre.
Sat, October 13, Fink at the Bootleg Theatre
Sat, October 13, An Evening with David Byrne and St. Vincent at the Greek Theatre
Tues, October 16, First Aid Kit at the Fonda
Wed, October 17, Bombay Bicycle Club at the Fonda
Thurs October 18, Stars at the Mayan
Fri, October 26, Gilberto Gil at Campbell Hall at UC Santa Barbara
Mon, November 5, Leonard Cohen at the Nokia Theatre
Fri, November 9, The Afghan Whigs at the Fonda PRESENTS

Fri, October 19, Bombay Bicycle Club at The Fillmore in San Francisco.