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.

Big love to Anne Litt and Jose Galvan for sitting in and holding down the fort over Thanksgiving.

If you happened to catch the finale of the fifth season of the Nigerian version of “Big Brother,” then you've seen sibling duo The Cavemen perform.

Hometown heroes Local Natives are back with a covers EP titled “Music from the Pen Gala 1983,” in which they celebrate a few timeless classics, including a stunning rendition of 10cc’s…

We've got the new tunes to get you into the groove of a new week.

On Monday, October 4, magic happened as the story of legendarily funky (and frequently sampled) New Orleans band The Meters intersected with Morning Becomes Eclectic.

On April 8, we played a long lost single from the great Leo Nocentelli of the legendary funk band The Meters.

Born in Tokyo as the grandson of the only Japanese survivor of the Titanic, Haruomi Hosono is a major architect of modern Japanese pop music.

Courtney Barnett returns with her latest album titled “Things Take Time, Take Time,” and she’s giving us a little time as we chat with the songstress about the release and how she’s…