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Shelf Life: Boxed In, H. Hawkline, Native America

Posted March 3, 2015 by | 0 Comments | 324 views]
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Boxed In – “Boxed In” (Nettwerk)
A favorite of KCRW DJ Chris Muckley, this one-man (Oli Bayston, by name) band’s self-titled debut finally sees a domestic release at the end of March, and for fans of catchy 80s electro-pop anchored by a classic Motorik beat, the wait is worth it!

H. Hawkline – “In the Pink of Condition“(PIAS)
Welsh artist Cate Le Bon has produced the new …

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KCRW Exclusive: Dan Deacon – “When I Was Done Dying”

Posted March 3, 2015 by | 0 Comments | 326 views]
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Dan Deacon saved something special for his debut performance on Morning Becomes Eclectic, the live premiere of “When I Was Done Dying”, a standout from his most recent record “Gliss Riffer”.

It’s safe to say the album (which is excellent) is his most accessible material yet.
I’ve always thought of the Baltimore producer as a mad genius wizard and everything he said in his interview with …

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Shelf Life: Boxed In, H. Hawkline, Native America

Posted March 3, 2015 by | 0 Comments | 324 views]
native america

Boxed In – “Boxed In” (Nettwerk)
A favorite of KCRW DJ Chris Muckley, this one-man (Oli Bayston, by name) band’s self-titled debut finally sees a domestic release at the end of March, and for fans of catchy 80s electro-pop anchored by a classic Motorik beat, the wait is worth it!

H. Hawkline – “In the Pink of Condition“(PIAS)
Welsh artist Cate Le Bon has produced the new …

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RIP Trumpeter Clark Terry

Posted March 2, 2015 by | 0 Comments | 352 views]
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KCRW’s Strictly Jazz host Bo Leibowitz  honored the legacy of the late great trumpeter Clark Terry with his show this week, which you can stream below.
Terry recently passed away at the age of 94.

A St. Louis native idolized by Miles Davis (also from St. Louis), Terry’s puckish, recognizable tone could be heard in a variety of settings, including early stints with the bands of …

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Four Songs You Should Hear Right Now: Helio Sequence, Vetiver, Alice Boman, Villagers

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Helio Sequence – “Stoice Resemblance”
There’s something to be said for the 3-minute pop song. As a longtime fan of Portland-duo Helio Sequence, I’m proud to announce that their new single on Sub Pop is just that.
It’s a hit of catchy goodness with a funky bassline with a chorus of “oh na na nas.” It’s a bonafide jam.

Alice Boman – “ Be Mine” (Jaakko Eino …

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First Fridays Lineup for April Announced: Cherry Glazerr and White Fence

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Local favorites White Fence and Cherry Glazerr have been confirmed for the April edition of First Fridays at the Natural History Museum.
Cherry Glazerr are a bunch of young’uns signed to the current kings of DIY power pop and garage rock Burger Records.
Their name was inspired by KCRW’s morning news host Chery Glaser.
I’ve had a few conversations with Chery about it and she is incredibly …

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Twin Shadow, Courtney Barnett and Dom La Nena on KCRW This Week

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Upcoming Live Performances on MORNING BECOMES ECLECTIC
with host JASON BENTLEY
Wednesday, March 11, Dom La Nena sings barely above a whisper, though her melodies can penetrate the darkest heart. We’ll welcome the cellist and singer with her band for a live session on Morning Becomes Eclectic at11:15am.
Thursday, March 12, Brooklyn indie pop sensation Twin Shadow continues to examine life through revved up guitars, darker …

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KCRW Most Played Albums for the Week of 2/23/2015

Posted February 27, 2015 by | 0 Comments | 562 views]
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1 Mark Ronson — “Uptown Special”
2 Father John Misty — “I Love You Honeybear”
3 Ibeyi — “Ibeyi”
4 Panda Bear — “Meets The Grim Reaper”
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Tornado Wallace’s Wavy New Trip Back to the Future

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Aptly named Australian DJ/Producer Tornado Wallace is a bona-fide force of nature.
His range of work on Instruments of Rapture, Delusions of Grandeur, Beats in Space and LA’s ESP Institute spans an impressive range of styles from classic Disco sounds to chuggy House to wavy emotively Ambient.
His newest, forthcoming 12″ on the Beats in Space label finds Wallace in Acidic Rave banger mode.
A-side; “Kangaroo Ground“ is heavy, …

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FANDOM: Simian Mobile Disco on Roman Flugel

Posted February 26, 2015 by | 0 Comments | 552 views]
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(Jas Shaw, one half of the English electronic music duo Simian Mobile Disco, shares his thoughts on on German producer Roman Flugel as part of our Fandom series. SMD recently released a live disc recorded in Joshua Tree and return to the West Coast for the CRSSD Fest.)
I love electronic music, it’s been an integral part of my life for as long as I …

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Jason Bentley’s Five Metropolis Tracks You Need to Hear

Posted February 25, 2015 by | 0 Comments | 1,656 views]
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Editor’s Note: KCRW Music Director and Metropolis host Jason Bentley will be spinning Mix Mag’s Lab LA party this Friday,  February 27 and he shares his favorite Metropolis tracks of the moment to get us prepped for the weekend ahead.
Attend by RSVPing to guestlist@mixmag.net (He spins at 8:30pm but suggests arriving early!)
“Cheerleader” – Omi
This track is already a breakout hit. It’s the sweetness of …

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