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KCRW's signature music program features new releases, live performances, and artist interviews guest hosted by Anne Litt.
Feb. 26from Morning Becomes Eclectic
Soccer Mommy is the project of 22 year old Sophie Allison. The Nashville native hit the music scene in the mid-2010's when she was still a high school student.
DJ, producer, keyboardist and beatboxer Taylor McFerrin stepped in front of the microphone for his latest album Love's Last Chance.
Feb. 24from Morning Becomes Eclectic
Cuco is a young artist whose talents have skyrocketed him and his music to epic heights.
Nov. 15from Morning Becomes Eclectic
Angel Olsen's new album All Mirrors is a hauntingly beautiful body of work. She says "I knew I wanted something big and epic" and this album certainly delivers.
Dec. 5from Morning Becomes Eclectic
Jenny Lewis' Valentine's Day Guest DJ set of "unironic, beautiful love songs" for lovers and heartbreakers.
Feb. 14from Morning Becomes Eclectic
Jordan Mackampa is a Congolese born artist who currently resides in London. He recently stopped by KCRW and performed a handful of songs from his outstanding debut album Foreigner.
Feb. 5from Morning Becomes Eclectic
Don’t get too cozy this holiday season, because you’ll miss some great live music. Plus, we announce a big weekend party with Innovative Leisure Records.
Dec. 3from Music News
Claude Fontaine is an LA native, who followed her heart to London and ended up falling in love with reggae, bossa nova and Brazilian tropicalia.
Nov. 20from Morning Becomes Eclectic
Agnes Obel's music has captivated our attention since the release of her debut album in 2010.
Feb. 20from Morning Becomes Eclectic
KCRW’s excited to share our stacked list of Presents shows for February, full of up and coming artists and Grammy-nominated heavy-hitters.
Jan. 28from Music News
Michael Kiwanuka's third album is one of self-discovery and self- acceptance. He recently visited KCRW for a stripped down performance of new tracks from his latest album Kiwanuka.
Feb. 11from Morning Becomes Eclectic