Swedish jazz electonic-pop duet Koop convert into 7-9 piece swing band when they perform on Morning Becomes Eclectic. KCRW thanks The Village for helping broadcast this session live from their studios
Aug. 14, 2007from Morning Becomes Eclectic
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
Inglewood's Inner Wave have been bopping along the Latin-alternative local scene for a little while, racking up plays and attracting a larger audience.
May. 22from Today's Top Tune
Jose Galvan previews the Austin City Limits music festival. Support KCRW now and you will be automatically entered to win a VIP ACL fest sweepstakes.
May. 17from Music News
"Nervous" is a love song, but it's also the 5th song Jonah Yano has ever written!
May. 24from Today's Top Tune
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
Chris Douridas hosts a far-reaching assortment of the best new music from all around the globe. Listen On-Demand to the latest show.
May. 18from Chris Douridas
Jehnny Beth of London post-punk outfit Savages, along with her producer (and life partner), Johnny Hostile, team up to score the new documentary XY Chelsea, about trans activist and…
May. 17from Today's Top Tune
Liza Richardson hosts a weekend evening jam session featuring cosmic rock, scenic techno soul, dub disco-punk and extra classic party explosives from around the world.
May. 18from Liza Richardson
Broken beats, soulful key chords, samples and sounds.
May. 18from Anthony Valadez