U.K. based pop quartet, The Clientele, have an optimistic and 60’s influenced sound as they perform live on Morning Becomes Eclectic at 11:15am.
May. 24, 2007from Morning Becomes Eclectic
Retro-fitted pop outfit, The Clientele, spend their time making music on Morning Becomes Eclectic at 11:15am.Click HERE to Watch Video!
Aug. 11, 2006from Morning Becomes Eclectic
José Galván details new sounds from UK psych band Temples, Chance the Rapper and LA's Dear Boy.
Aug. 16from Music News
Brittany Howard is the driving force behind Alabama Shakes with her powerful voice, guitar style and presence.
Aug. 6from Today's Top Tune
Henry Rollins hosts a mix of all kinds, from all over and all time.
Aug. 23from Henry Rollins
I love ECM’s new posthumous album by pianist Paul Bley titled When Will the Blues Leave , featuring bassist Gary Peacock and drummer Paul Motian .
Aug. 6from Music News
Chris Douridas premieres a stunning new song from SYML, which he describes as 'an utterly magnificent rendering of loss and love.'
Aug. 22from Music News
World citizen Ahmed Gallab or Sinkane, draws inspiration from a world view to fuse Afrobeat, funk and good ole Brooklyn-based indie-rock.
Jul. 24from Today's Top Tune
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
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
Longtime power pop heroes Guided By Voices announce new album and premiere track on kcrw.com.
Aug. 7from Music News