Unearthing new discoveries, remixes and rarities, b-sides and lost classics.
Dan Wilcox delves beneath the surface of the pop music landscape to shed light on a wealth of penetrating deep-cuts. Listen On-Demand to the latest show.
Dan Wilcox offers a special tribute to Malcolm McLaren, who died earlier this week at the age of 64.
Apr. 11, 2010
Aaron Byrd curates fresh tracks by Men I Trust, Tyler, the Creator and other that should accompany your Memorial Day Weekend.
from Music News
On this week's excellent episode of Lost Notes, KCRW Producer Carla Green explores the intriguing and occasionally cruel realm of artistic genius.
After a 12-year hiatus, several trans-continental moves, and various literally cinematic projects, the founders of The Cinematic Orchestra performed new music live for KCRW.
KCRW's signature daily music show. New releases, live performances, and interviews.
Henry Rollins hosts a mix of all kinds, from all over and all time.
The hypnotic pulse of current & classic dance music, including exclusive guest mixes.
Unexpected choices in progressive pop and new rhythms.
The latest show from Morning Becomes Eclectic, hosted by Jason Bentley. New releases, artists, live performances, and artist interviews. At KCRW.com.
from Morning Becomes Eclectic
The Cinematic Orchestra are back after a 12 year hiatus with their new album To Believe.
"Nervous" is a love song, but it's also the 5th song Jonah Yano has ever written!
from Today's Top Tune
Aaron Byrd takes you on musical journey around the world, exploring sounds from the favelas of Brazil to the Taureg culture of Timbuktu, all in search of the perfect groove.
from Aaron Byrd
Future beats and a mind-melting mix of fuzz, bass, and funk.
from Travis Holcombe
Garth Trinidad hosts a progressive mix of soul, hip-hop, and world rhythms. Listen On-Demand to the latest show.
from Garth Trinidad
Laurel Canyon has always been a dreamy place, lush with trees and tucked-away houses.
from Greater LA
In the Laurel Canyon era, musicians lived, practiced and collaborated in the same neighborhood. Now 50 years later, that’s still happening in LA, Kristina Benson tells Greater LA.