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KCRW's Morning Becomes Eclectic

  1. Latest Show2018/10/02

    Morning Becomes Eclectic , hosted by Jason Bentley, celebrates innovation, creativity and diversity with a daily serving of the best music from across the globe.
  2. Rüfüs Du Sol2018/10/02

    LA-based Australian trio Rüfüs Du Sol are quickly becoming one of the most popular live electronic bands in the world. They kick off a massive North American tour in October, including sold out dates at The Shrine. We welcome them to our studio before they hit the road to hear songs from their forthcoming album Solace .
  3. Parquet Courts2018/10/01

    Super producer Danger Mouse actively reached out to New York rockers Parquet Courts about working on their latest album Wide Awake! The combination of his pop sensibilities with their punk and funk instincts made for a fierce and fun collection of danceable rock music. We can’t wait to see it live.
  4. The Presets2018/09/28

    We welcome party starters The Presets into the studio to get our weekend started right! The Aussie electronic music veterans released their long-awaited 4th studio album, HI VIZ , earlier this year and are in the midst of a US tour.
  5. Yo-Yo Ma2018/09/25

    Yo-Yo Ma is widely regarded as one of the greatest cellists of all time and joins us for a solo live performance at 10am to play the music of Bach.
  6. The The2018/09/24

    Legendary post-punk rockers The The have been out of public view for nearly 20 years and, when they announced tour dates earlier this year, many of them sold out immediately. They have a loyal and dedicated following, and for good reason – founder Matt Johnson has crafted some of the most lyrical masterpieces over his long and various career.
  7. Tom Schnabel celebrates two notable centennials2018/09/21

    Rhythm Planet host Tom Schnabel drops by Morning Becomes Eclectic at 10am to celebrate two notable centennials. This year marks the 100-year annversary of French impressionist composer Debussey's death, and what would have been the 100th birthday of Leonard Bernstein.
  8. Jungle2018/09/14

    Jungle ’s highly anticipated sophomore album was heavily influenced by their time living here in Los Angeles. We share a live session with the UK band on the release date for For Ever .
  9. Orquesta Akokán2018/09/06

    Orquesta Akokán is a deeply soulful mambo ensemble straight out of Cuba. Signed to famed Brooklyn label Daptone Records, the band’s high energy music is both thrilling and timeless.
  10. Nathaniel Rateliff and the Night Sweats2018/09/05

    Nathaniel Rateliff and the Night Sweats released their excellent sophomore album Tearing at the Seams earlier this year and have been on the road ever since. Inspired by personal drama, but full of hope, the new songs come alive on stage. We share highlights from a set recorded at Apogee studio, with host Anne Litt.
  11. Neil and Liam Finn2018/08/23

    They’ve been playing music together for many, many years, but father/son duo Neil and Liam Finn waited until the time was right to record a proper album together. We air a live session with the New Zealand favorites, hosted by Chris Douridas, on the release date for Lightsleeper .
  12. Charlotte Gainsbourg2018/08/21

    French singer Charlotte Gainsbourg came by KCRW to record a short set of music from her new album, “Rest.” This is her first US live radio session behind this album, and it includes a very personal interview about the life events that inspired this record.
  13. Shannon Shaw2018/08/20

    Shannon Shaw , lead vocalist, bassist, and founder of Shannon & the Clams, has struck out on her own with her first solo album, produced by The Black Keys’ Dan Auerbach. Her cinematic pop noir is delivered with a captivating charisma that we can’t wait to witness live.
  14. Tom Schnabel talks Fania Records2018/08/17

    Tom Schnabel joins us at 10am to discuss the "Motown of Latin music," Fania Records.
  15. Rex Orange County2018/08/13

    Rex Orange County is not from Southern California. In fact, it’s the moniker of 20-year-old UK musician Alex O'Connor, whose star has risen swiftly on the strength of the insanely catchy single Loving Is Easy . He brings his unique modern pop sound to our studio for a live session.
  16. Chromeo2018/08/10

    Electro-funk duo Chromeo will be here to get the weekend started right. They bring a party wherever they go and stop by for a live set in the midst of an international tour, including appearances at Outside Lands and Bumbershoot.
  17. Femi Kuti2018/08/03

    Femi Kuti is the eldest son of Afrobeat pioneer Fela Kuti, and took up the reins after his death. He continues his family's socially conscious message on his new collection of songs, One People One World , and brings in his band The Positive Force for a live set.
  18. Hatchie2018/08/02

    Aussie singer Hatchie has been dubbed the “dream pop idol of tomorrow” by Pitchfork. We see a bright future for this young artist and are happy to welcome her to our studio for her MBE debut.
  19. Lord Huron2018/07/30

    With their first release on a major label, LA’s Lord Huron are more popular than ever. Their third album Vide Noir is beloved by critics and fans alike and we welcome them for a live set in the midst of a nationwide headlining tour.
  20. Jonathan Wilson2018/07/23

    Ambitious. Expansive. Lavish. These are words that have been used to describe Jonathan Wilson ’s third solo album Rare Birds . The LA-based singer-songwriter is putting together a special live set for us.
  21. Wye Oak2018/07/20

    Wye Oak is the perfect combo of indie rock and folk, and their latest release is their best yet. After performing as a duo for most of their career, they’ve expanded to a trio for their live shows and bring that new dynamic to our studio for a live session.
  22. Jim James2018/07/19

    My Morning Jacket frontman and guitar hero Jim James released his fuzz-drenched new solo album Uniform Distortion to rave reviews and brings a full band to our studio.
  23. Sam Evian2018/07/18

    Sam Owens, who goes by the moniker Sam Evian , has been compared to a “very modern John Lennon” by the BBC. The NY-based musician found creative enlightenment in the restrictions of recording on reel-to-reel tape and the results are a collection of soul-baring songs we love.
  24. Tom Schnabel's Grand Performances preview2018/07/13

    Rhythm Planet host Tom Schnabel joins us at 10am to preview an upcoming show at Grand Performances with Cuban pianist Dayramir Gonzalez and more.
  25. Dirty Projectors2018/07/12

    The Dirty Projectors , fronted by David Longstreth, have been a hugely influential band since their formation in 2002. Their distinct sound is beautifully off kilter and their latest effort Lamp Lit Prose is positively bright and bouncy. We have a live preview the day before its release.
Morning Becomes Eclectic
https://www.kcrw.com/music/shows/morning-becomes-eclectic
Jason Bentley hosts KCRW's signature daily music program featuring new releases from emerging and established artists, underappreciated gems, live performances, and interviews.

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