The new album from Brooklyn-based singer/songwriter Sharon Van Etten is emotional without being strident..
Jun. 16, 2014from Morning Becomes Eclectic
Sharon Van Etten wowed Los Angeles at the Hollywood Bowl last time she was in town and made her mark as a fearless performer to watch.
Mar. 12, 2012from Morning Becomes Eclectic
Sharon Van Etten stands out in a new generation of folk singers. Understated and elegant, her songs capture her heartache and reveal her curiosity.
Mar. 25, 2011from Morning Becomes Eclectic
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
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
Labelmates and pals, Hanni El Khatib & De Lux teamed up for "Power Struggle," an anthem that packs all their inspirations: disco, post-punk, and beyond as they share production and…
May. 23from Today's Top Tune
KCRW Presents the 10th Anniversary of Summer Nights. Free, All-Ages, Outdoor Performances Featuring KCRW-Curated Bands, and the Station’s Stellar DJs. Check the lineup!
May. 23from Music News
Identical twins Jared and Jonathan Mattson are known as the Mattson 2, a dynamic jazz-infused duo. "Essence" is a throwback, smooth sounding jam that blends genres.
May. 15from Today's Top Tune
The latest show from Morning Becomes Eclectic, hosted by Jason Bentley. New releases, artists, live performances, and artist interviews. At KCRW.com.
May. 23from Morning Becomes Eclectic
July 10th marks legendary singer and activist Mavis Staple's 80th birthday. To celebrate, she’s released a new album that’s written and produced by Ben Harper.
Apr. 23from Today's Top Tune
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