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
The latest Rhythm Planet playlist, featuring Tom Schnabel's picks for the best new releases in jazz and world music.
May. 13from Music News
Helado Negro’s excellent album This Is How You Smile seamlessly mixes psych-pop and Latin folk, bouncing between English and Spanish.
May. 14from Music News
After a long and arduous tour, LA based singer/songwriter Patrick Park returned home and began to write songs that represent "the need to chase things in life that only bring the most…
Apr. 24from 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
Jose Galvan offers up a new smooth track from Rhye, mellow funk by Tanika Charles, and Meiko's playful pop.
May. 3from 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
A first generation Mexican-American, Omar Apollo is part of a Chicano-soul wave emerging from disparate cities across the U.S. He’s an artist on the rise, and we are digging "Ashamed."
Apr. 25from Today's Top Tune
"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
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