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.

After the success of a hit single, 13 year old Stevie Wonder's voice was changing from puberty and he was in a bit of a slump. Berry Gordy was even ready to drop him from Motown.

Friday means fresh release, and Anthony and Novena have your dose of new cuts and timeless favorites to help kick off your day.

Puerto Rican band Los Rivera Destino are known for their clever songwriting, and they have a new song about three important topics: Friendship, loyalty, and cannabis.

There’s no doubt we love a solid string section, but the Heritage Orchestra is doing something a little different with their latest album “The Breaks.”

Look at what a mess you've made of me! No, not you. That's the name of a new song by composer John Finbury and French singer Camille Bertault.

​​Anthony and Novena dig into fresh cuts from the record bag to soundtrack your Monday. Soul crooner Benny Sings covers The Boss. Common drops his latest.

Ever played bar trivia? Well, bar trivia is exactly how Erika Wennerstrom came up with the name for her band, Heartless Bastards.

Houston’s Jamire Williams is back with “Hands Up,” his latest single from his forthcoming album “But Only After You Have Suffered” on respected jazz label International Anthem.