The new record from ethereal fuzz-pop trio School of Seven Bells is one of our favorites. We’re excited to welcome them back to Morning Becomes Eclectic airwaves for a live session at…
Sep. 2, 2010from Morning Becomes Eclectic
The School of Seven Bells meld psychedelic sound with futuristic beats on Morning Becomes Eclectic with host Jason Bentley.
Dec. 3, 2008from Morning Becomes Eclectic
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
This Friday, indie folk rock band Big Thief will release their highly anticipated third album U.F.O.F. Listen to the premiere of new track "Century."
Apr. 30from Music News
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
A beautiful magic happens when like-hearted artists converge; just like in this case with Calexico and Iron & Wine.
Apr. 29from Today's Top Tune
For over a decade, German duo Kristian Beyer and Frank Wiedemann, better known as Âme (pronounced “arm”) have tread their own path in house music.
May. 11from Metropolis
Israeli tech-house DJ-producer and DJ, producer and label boss Guy Gerber knows a thing or two about throwing a party.
Apr. 27from Metropolis
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
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