Morning Becomes Eclectic

Morning Becomes Eclectic

KCRW's signature music program features new releases, live performances, and artist interviews hosted by Anthony Valadez & Novena Carmel.

Jaubi hail from Lahore, Pakistan. They take their name from the Urdu language, roughly translating to “whatever”. They simply enjoy creating whatever feels good.

It's a new week and we've got new music, like the debut album from British-Bangladeshi-Irish singer Joy Crookes.

It’s new music Friday and we’ve got a fresh batch of sonic delights to help you ease into weekend mode.

If you've ever dug through tangible old family mementos, you know it's an exciting experience as you wonder what dusty relics may be unearthed.

Do you ever ask yourself, “Who is the real me?”

The musical exploration of Wendy Eisenberg knows no boundaries. A guitarist, improviser, poet, and vocalist, they move fluidly from free jazz to folk, and classical to punk.

Dave Gahan of Depeche Mode is back, partnering with production duo Soulsavers for their third collaborative album, “Imposter.”

New Music Friday is arriving with a nice surprise, pals. Tears For Fears (yes, the Tears For Fears) might be ruling the world yet again.