Musicians:José James – Lead Vocals, GuitarNate Smith – Drums
Singer José James has been best known as a modern day jazz man until his latest album, which resets his path to become a powerful force in contemporary R&B.
Mar. 28, 2017from Morning Becomes Eclectic
Jose James is a dreamy singer with a seductive sound. We recorded a session with the Blue Note artist at Sonos Studio to share with Morning Becomes Eclectic listeners.
Oct. 3, 2014from Morning Becomes Eclectic
Modern jazzman/soulful singer Jose James enchanted a live audience at KCRW's Apogee Sessions, backed by an incredible group of musicians.
Jan. 24, 2013from Morning Becomes Eclectic
"The album I’m thinking of didn’t save my life, but it saved me from being a close-minded a**hole – or at least I hope it did." - Rob Rosenthal
Apr. 26from Music News
Longtime LA musician Eleni Mandell helped women inmates by teaching them to write songs.
May. 13from Today's Top Tune
The Silver Lake Chorus celebrates their LA roots by partnering with Van Dyke Parks (known for co-writing the album Smile with Beach Boy Brian Wilson).
May. 2from Today's Top Tune
Nearly 20 years into their career, The National have proven that their brand of indie-rock sounds just as good even if they remodel the proverbial house.
May. 16from Music News
A new project by Com Truise has been unveiled with the release of “Persuasion System” the title track to a new mini-LP.
May. 6from Today's Top Tune
LA producer Mndsgn is back at it with a new album inspired by his first love, beatmaking! Always prolific with his creativity, Mndsgn is quick to share a new one called "Deviled Eggs."
May. 10from Today's Top Tune
Aaron Byrd recommends new albums from Kevin Morby and Lizzo, along with a Slick Rick reissue.
For over a decade, German duo Kristian Beyer and Frank Wiedemann, better known as Âme (pronounced “arm”) have tread their own path in house music.
May. 11from Metropolis
The lo-fi, delicate harmonies featured in "Qué Pasa?," compliment the beach goth sound of lifelong friends Daniel Álvarez de Toledo & Jordan Dunn-Pilz.
Apr. 24from Music News