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Beirut plays songs from across their discography in this live session recorded at 25th Street Recording in Oakland, CA.
Mar. 15from Morning Becomes Eclectic
Our favorite Swedish trio, Peter Bjorn and John, are back at it again with their latest album Darker Days.
Dec. 21from Morning Becomes Eclectic
During a run of sold out shows in LA, Grammy Award-winning singer John Legend took time off to do an intimate performance in front of a live audience at KCRW's Apogee Sessions.
Aug. 18, 2014from Morning Becomes Eclectic
Kevin Morby's newly released album Oh My God has him musing on religion and faith.
May. 7from Morning Becomes Eclectic
Misty Mtn dub their sound as "dark mountain pop," and it’s on full display with their debut EP. The sexy sounding track “Silver” is inspired by natural elements.
May. 1from Today's Top Tune
Hannah Rodgers adopted her grandma's nickname Pixx as her handle. Guitar driven and slightly vicious, "Disgrace" is her latest song.
May. 3from Today's Top Tune
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
Imogen Heap and Guy Sigsworth return as Frou Frou. We're reminded of the dynamic creative spark they ignite on "Guitar Song (Live)."
May. 7from Today's Top Tune
The Head and the Heart recorded a special set of music for KCRW at Studio City Sound a few months ago.
May. 17from Morning Becomes Eclectic
On Helado Negro's sixth album This Is How You Smile, the portrait of an immigrant family is its primary focus.
May. 10from Morning Becomes Eclectic
Hannah Harding, the voice and songwriter behind Aldous Harding, doesn't take herself too seriously.
May. 9from Morning Becomes Eclectic
Big Search explores life after divorce and nomadic insomnia through a dreamy lens on their new album.
May. 20from Today's Top Tune