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  1. boygenius2018/11/30

    boygenius is a super group of three talented female singers, all in their early 20s: Julien Baker, Lucy Dacus and Phoebe Bridgers. All three have commanding voices and write thoughtful, self-aware lyrics. Their self-titled debut is out now and we’re excited to welcome them to our studio.
  2. Neneh Cherry2018/11/29

    Neneh Cherry grew up in a musical family and shot to fame in the ‘80’s with her debut album Raw Like Sushi . In celebration of the 30-year anniversary of that album release and her new album Broken Politics -- co-written with Four Tet and 3D of Massive Attack -- she will visit us for a live set.
  3. Latest Show2018/11/27

    Morning Becomes Eclectic , hosted by Jason Bentley, celebrates innovation, creativity and diversity with a daily serving of the best music from across the globe.
  4. Phosphorescent2018/11/15

    Phosphorescent ’s new album chronicles a life-altering 5-year period for singer Matthew Houck, during which he started a family and moved from New York to Nashville. He crafted his latest album C’est La Vie in his own Spirit Sounds studio.
  5. The Selecter2018/11/13

    The Selecter were one of the key bands of the U.K. ska revival of the late '70s and early '80s. Led by singer -- and style icon -- Pauline Black, the band will stop by KCRW’s studio for a live set during their West Coast tour.
  6. Mac Demarco2018/11/08

    Mac Demarco is about to embark on his first solo tour and will give us a sneak peek with a short set at 10am.
  7. Rufus Wainwright2018/11/05

    Rufus Wainwright is one of the great male vocalists, composers, and songwriters of his generation. We’re excited to welcome him for a live solo set at 10am just days before he launches an international tour celebrating the 20th anniversary of his first two studio albums.
  8. Toro Y Moi2018/11/02

    Chaz Bear, better known as Toro Y Moi , has released 7 albums since 2010. From chillwave to jazz to electronic dance, he is always exploring. His latest, 2017’s Boo Boo , further progresses his unique sound and we’re excited to welcome him back to our studio for a live set.
  9. Leon Bridges2018/10/29

    Leon Bridges ’ debut album came out of nowhere with a distinctive retro sound that won him a massive following. His ambitious follow up, Good Thing , shows a whole new side of him. While in town for a sold out show at the Greek Theatre, Leon Bridges played a live set at Apogee studio and we’ll share highlights.
  10. Christine and the Queens2018/10/25

    Christine and the Queens is a musical project from French pop star and choreographer Héloïse Letissier. Now taking the name Chris, the artist turns to the dancefloor to explore themes of gender and desire. She’s a fierce performer and we can’t wait to see it live.
  11. Santigold2018/10/24

    Santigold came back with a splash this summer, dropping a dancehall-inspired mixtape. She stops by our studio to share some songs that inspired her sound, as well as a couple dancefloor bangers, in advance of her appearance at KCRW’s Masquerade Ball.
  12. Oneohtrix Point Never2018/10/23

    Oneohtrix Point Never is the moniker of Mercury Prize-nominated producer Daniel Lopatin, who joins us for a live set the day after he brings MYRIAD, his acclaimed multi-media installation, to a sold out crowd at Walt Disney Concert Hall.
  13. Tom Schnabel and the musical genre called raï2018/10/19

    Rhythm Planet host Tom Schnabel joins MBE guest host Aaron Byrd at 10am to talk about a musical genre called raï, which incorporates Arabic, flamenco, French chanson, jazz, and other styles into its mix.
  14. Café Tacvba2018/10/18

    Café Tacvba are icons of Latin alternative rock. The Mexican band has been highly influential with their fusion of regional folk and rock and have a dedicated following across the globe. We were early supporters of the band and are happy to have them back in our studio.
  15. Shame2018/10/15

    We discovered the viscerally thrilling punk rock of UK band Shame when we encountered them at SXSW this year. They were the talk of the festival and for good reason. We welcome them for a live set.
  16. KT Tunstall2018/10/12

    The latest album from Scottish singer-songwriter KT Tunstall , Wax , was produced by Franz Ferdinand’s Nick McCarthy and is the second in a trilogy of records exploring themes of spirit, body and mind. We’re always happy to welcome this ever-evolving artist back in our studio for a live set.
  17. Bob Moses2018/10/11

    The past few years have been a whirlwind for duo Bob Moses . The Vancouver natives connected in New York City and produced a debut that was a critical and fan favorite. Now -- after decamping to Los Angeles to record their sophomore release – we welcome them back to our studio to share new songs.
  18. Gabriel Kahane2018/10/10

    Brooklyn-based composer, pianist, and singer Gabriel Kahane released his debut on Nonesuch Records earlier this year. Book of Travelers is a travelogue written after a 8,980-mile railway journey through the United States following the 2016 election.
  19. Hozier2018/10/09

    Irish singer Hozier rose quickly to global fame then dropped out of the public eye. He’ll visit our studio to share songs from a surprise EP released in September called Nina Cried Power , inspired by legendary civil rights activist and singer Nina Simone.
  20. DeVotchKa2018/10/08

    DeVotchKa has a distinct cinematic, sweeping indie rock sound and the Denver band is back with their first new album in 7 years. There is no one who sounds like them and we’re happy to have them back in our studio.
  21. Cat Power2018/10/05

    Cat Power is the moniker of Chan Marshall. In her 25 years of music making, the revered singer has managed to be both incredibly elusive and incredibly revealing, simultaneously mysterious and expressive, and with one of the most distinctive voices of her generation. We share a live session on the release date for her latest album, Wanderer .
  22. Stephen Malkmus & The Jicks2018/10/04

    Indie rock hero Stephen Malkmus gained a cult following as the founding member of ’90’s favorite Pavement and continues to explore exciting new terrain on his 7th solo album. With his band The Jicks , he makes the kind of confident and quirky music that only someone with nothing left to prove can offer.
  23. 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 .
  24. 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.
  25. 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.
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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