Brazilian-born cellist, singer and songwriter
Dom La Nena sings barely above a whisper, though her melodies can penetrate the darkest heart. We welcome the cellist and singer for a live session on Morning Becomes Eclectic at 11:15am.
Feb. 26, 2015from Morning Becomes Eclectic
The songs of Brazilian cellist and vocalist Dom La Nena unfold into delicate melodies written about her childhood.
Mar. 21, 2013from Morning Becomes Eclectic
Scott Dallavo hosts this week's episode of The Lab.
May. 19from The Lab
LeRoy Downs has been active in the jazz industry for the past twenty years, producing jazz radio programs, hosting festivals, and curating concerts.
May. 18from LeRoy Downs
José Galván delivers an infectious harmony of varied sounds and pieces their relevance to each other.
May. 19from José Galván
Identical twins Jared and Jonathan Mattson are known as the Mattson 2, a dynamic jazz-infused duo. "Essence" is a throwback, smooth sounding jam that blends genres.
May. 15from Today's Top Tune
Helado Negro’s excellent album This Is How You Smile seamlessly mixes psych-pop and Latin folk, bouncing between English and Spanish.
May. 14from Music News
If Oh Land's latest album were a book about the process of love, pain, and life - "Speak To Me With Love" would be a chapter to read over and over.
May. 16from Today's Top Tune
Mathieu Schreyer explores the world's music from yesterday to tomorrow. Check out the latest show On-Demand.
May. 18from Mathieu Schreyer
The rock band Fanny ruled the Sunset Strip in the 1970s, and they were supposed to be the next big thing. They explain the price women pay for being ahead of their time.
May. 16from Lost Notes
In the four decades of Morning Becomes Eclectic, you’ve heard countless sessions broadcast live from our humble basement studios.
May. 21from Morning Becomes Eclectic