Sufjan Stevens explores his musical ideas on the state of Illinois for Morning Becomes Eclectic listeners at 11:15am. Click Here to Watch!
Jul. 14, 2005from Morning Becomes Eclectic
Minimalist electronic duo Drinker leave New York behind for greener pastures, making "California" their new reality and the title of their new song.
May. 9from 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
LA producer Mndsgn is back at it with a new album inspired by his first love, beatmaking! Always prolific with his creativity, Mndsgn is quick to share a new one called "Deviled Eggs."
May. 10from 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
Kevin Morby's 5th studio release and boldest statement to date finds him flirting with religion (and questioning it), layered instrumentation, and gospel-tinged melody.
May. 14from Music News
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
Dance music luminary Martin Mendoza, a.k.a. Doc Martin, is primarily known for his impeccable deep house curation and the good-natured vibes he brings to each gig.
May. 4from 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
Misty Mtn dub their sound as "dark mountain pop," and it’s on full display with their debut EP. The sexy sounding track “Silver” is inspired by natural elements.
May. 1from Today's Top Tune