KCRW's Morning Becomes Eclectic
Summary: Morning Becomes Eclectic is committed to a music experience that celebrates innovation, creativity and diversity by combining progressive pop, rock, world beat, jazz, funk, and the best new music from all genres. KCRW Music Director and host of 'Morning Becomes Eclectic, Jason Bentley presents live performances by new talent and established favorites for a dynamic musical adventure that cannot be found anywhere else.
Welcome to the Morning Becomes Eclectic Podcast, on this episode we?ve cued up two live in-studio session highlights from some of our favorite artists.
For the first episode of 2015 we?re starting things off with a bang. We'll bring two, live in-studio performances from artists who have their own take on rock and roll.
Interpol returns to form with their 2014 release, El Pintor and on Morning Becomes Eclectic, the band played several new songs live for the first time.
This episode of the Morning Becomes Eclectic Podcast features one of the best in-studio performances of the year and we're excited to offer a download of the full session.
We feature in studio highlights from Philadelphia-based band Clap Your Hands Say Yeah and the Laurel Canyon vibes of Allah-Las.
This edition of the Morning Becomes Eclectic Podcast features two distinct styles of music, from the classic sound of Southern Americana to the East Coast's take on summer vibes. We'll share live in studio highlights from Shelby Lynne and Vacationer.
Philadelphia's The War On Drugs have released one of the best albums of the year and we are happy to share a special podcast featuring their entire live session.
This week's edition of the MBE podcast features two full-length sessions from KCRW's recent favorites: Los Angeles' own Warpaint and Irish singer/songwriter Hozier.
Our latest offering of the MBE podcast features in studio highlights from U.K.'s Wild Beasts, Chilean rapper Ana Tijoux and Psych-rockers Chappo.
This week the MBE podcast will feature two full-length performances from our recent in-studio guests: Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings and Tennis.
Our tenth episode features highlights of in-studio sessions from Texas bands Jamestown Revival and Midlake, plus Afro-Peruvian collective Novalima.
A collection of recent in studio performances by artists with a wide range of styles and sounds.
This episode features highlights of recent in studio performances by some of our favorite young artists.
We feature three in-studio performances by electronic artists who have each ventured outside the lines of dance music to pursue their own unique styles.
This week's show is a collection of recent in-studio performances that really caught our attention.