French alternative rock band
French pop band Phoenix joins us on the release date for Ti Amo, which has been described as their most romantic record yet.
Jun. 9, 2017from Morning Becomes Eclectic
French faves Phoenix catapulted to fame with their 2009 album, and returned to our studio around 2013s Bankrupt.
Apr. 17, 2013from Morning Becomes Eclectic
Paris-based Phoenix perform songs from Wolfgang Amadeus Phoenix and maybe some classics on Morning Becomes Eclectic at 11:15am.
Jun. 23, 2009from Morning Becomes Eclectic
Influenced by her zodiac sign (Gemini), Madelene Eliasson uses the moniker Lonely Twin. "I Should've Told You" is a mellow jam that draws inspiration from the Swedish indie scene she…
Jul. 31from Today's Top Tune
Electronic artist Merz was inspired by his relocation from Europe to Joshua Tree, as he relaxed his body and mind to create "Somewhere To Run."
Aug. 19from Today's Top Tune
It took seven years for Si*Sé frontwoman Carol C to write her life journey into a transcendent debut solo album. Inspired by a friend's personal struggles, "Hide Away" unveils inner…
Jul. 22from Today's Top Tune
Aaron Byrd is fresh off a European DJ tour with some new cuts for your weekend.
Aug. 9from Music News
Longtime power pop heroes Guided By Voices announce new album and premiere track on kcrw.com.
Aug. 7from Music News
Hailing from South-East London, producer and DJ Will “Tourist” Phillips is known for his compelling take on electronic sounds and intricate production style.
Aug. 3from Metropolis
Red, Gold, Green & Blue is a new album revisiting some of the classics that sparked the Reggae revolution.
Aug. 16from Today's Top Tune
We usually hear Devendra Banhart crooning in Spanish or English but on "Kantori Ongaku," Banhart turns to Japanese for "country music."
Aug. 2from Today's Top Tune
The respected original Chicago house DJ/producer (now based in Australia) James Curd is no stranger to the electronic scene.
Aug. 10from Metropolis