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.

Where were you five years ago when you got the news that icon Prince Rogers Nelson had passed away? Join us in reflecting and celebrating the legacy of the Purple One.

It's April 20th, a.k.a 420, and we’ve got the records to elevate the mind, the spirit and the soul. Grab your morning beverage of choice and join us on this groovy Tuesday.

Tomorrow is April 20th, a.k.a 420, and we’ve got the records to elevate mind, spirit, and soul. We’ll listen to the latest from Nick Hakim and Roy Nathanson.

When you think of two turntables and a mixer, you probably think of something classic. Maybe 90’s hip-hop? A mash up maybe?

Last week, we embarked on the road back to live performances and interviews at KCRW with the great Celeste .

If you’ve seen “The Trial of the Chicago Seven,” you’ve heard her gorgeous song “Hear My Voice,” which is in the running for Best Original Song at the Oscars this month’s.

Tokyo’s Nana Yamato, at the age of 16, just released a brilliant bedroom pop album titled Before Sunrise.

There’s no doubt much of the new music we enjoy today was a result of the pandemic. Wake up, put the coffee or tea on, and let's explore them together!