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The KCRW MUSIC BLOG provides a sneak peek into the inner workings of the Los Angeles public radio station’s famed music department, plus loads of new music (and freshly uncovered discoveries) for your ears.

Find out about upcoming musical guests, event announcements, and more from our DJs, programmers, staffers, alumni and guest music experts.

The KCRW Music Blog is curated, edited and co-authored by Katie Hasty, KCRW’s Music Manager.


  • Jeanne Feder said:

    Love DJ Sketch Rich and was hoping you might play his stuff or invite him to DJ one of your events. Just a thought!!

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  • Composure said:

    Check out a new artist that recently moved from Austin, Megan Heavlin Ochoa

  • brian said:

    Based in Edinburgh, Scotland, I Build Collapsible Mountains (IBCM) is the solo project of Luke G. Joyce. As former frontman for post-rock band The Gothenburg Address (ex-Arab Strap), Luke carries a strong history of performing to live crowds all around the UK and Europe. As opposed to his former band, however, IBCM is much more subdued and sees Luke returning to his roots as a singer-songwriter. Having released a debut in the UK, A Month of Lost Memories, IBCM has since been the recipient of many praises across the country. The Guardian described Luke’s music as radiating an “assuring warmth” while the Glasgow PodcArt admitted that IBCM “isn’t just another acoustic artist. [IBCM] is like fire
    on a landscape.”

    Taking 4 tracks from A Month of Lost Memories and adding a new track, the self-titled debut US EP is set to extend IBCM's sincere songwriting beyond the UK. From the more upbeat opening track "Rails" to the subdued last track "Switch", the EP never fails to capture the listener's attention and as one reviewer exclaimed – "you almost fall in love through listening."


  • Barbara said:

    PLEASE give Black Kettle a listen at They've gotten so many great reviews and they're playing at The Viper Room on Sunday, May 15th. Thanks!

  • Venny Vargas said:

    Check out this Victorville, California band Phantom Other. These tracks wont let you down.

  • Lisa said:

    You've featured this band once as your "top tune," but I can't believe y'all haven't fully embraced their work yet. The concept AND the music are truly impressive:

    Plus, the main guy is currently playing keyboards for the Black Keys. Seriously, I love you KCRW, but someone's got to pay attention here. <3

  • Derek Jordan said:

    I'd like to share my musical novel with you! Its a different concept, in which the musical novel consists of five chapters accompanied by five songs that reflect each chapter. I did the music and a writer in the UK wrote the chapters. You can read and listen to the whole thing at

    It would be a pleasure to hear back! You can contact me at derekjordanrock(at)rocketmail(dot)com

    All the best,
    Derek Jordan

  • Ann Nguyen said:

    COSTA MESA, Calif. – May 16, 2011 – Krochet Kids international (KKi) will host our
    2nd in a series of concerts to support our new Peru project on May 27th at their HQ,
    1930 Placentia Ave A5, Costa Mesa. Doors open at 8 PM. The organization has
    successfully created a sustainable model for poverty alleviation in Northern Uganda
    through the production and sale of one-of-a-kind headwear and fashion accessories.
    With the new venture in South America, the organization has an opportunity to make a
    long-term impact with an additional urban poor population.

    This show will mark the first performances by The Stone Foxes and Parker Macy at
    KKi’s HQ stage. The Stone Foxes, from San Francisco’s Bay Area, are on the fast road
    to stardom with their high-energy southern rock sound, a song featured on Jack Daniel’s
    latest TV commercial, and a recent spot opening for The Black Keys. Parker Macy is a
    local favorite, winning ‘Best Blues’ at the OC Music Awards in March, a couple months
    after opening for blues legend BB King at House of Blues in Anaheim.

    KKi HQ serves as a unique venue, creating an opportunity for guests to enjoy an
    intimate and personal showcase of the bands and the organization. Krochet Kids hats,
    scarves, and shirts will be available, and great drink specials will be offered on micro-
    brewed Lagunitas beer. Entry is $10 at the door, and is good for a voucher towards
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    Band to check out

  • Kevin Michael McDaniel said:

    The following is a link to a record of a song that is about selling out and or about the dire consequences for the people of being subject to a government wherein the vast majority of their elected representatives have sold out.

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  • Margo said:

    Please give Toronto artist Eli a listen on Great pop with a reggae twist!

  • Jessel Harry said:

    The Western Paradise will be debuting their music on KSMU's ART OF THE SONG on September second at 12pm central time. Front man and former MSU student, Jessel harry, was described by Pete Dulin of Present Magazine in Kansas City as a songwriter possessing "The zeitgiest to reach his generation." The band is comprised of several MSU students and alumni. The songs have been featured on NPR's Open Mic and XM Radio's Radar Report. The band has toured all over the easten US including Chicago and NYC.


  • Doug Fergus said:

    Hello All You Foxy People @ KCRW!! Please check out Naked In Public.. Yes! the band!
    Naked In Public is quirky alternative pop rock that is healthy and fun.

  • Deron Wade said:

    An in depth look at the hustle and grind of living as an Independent Musician in LA:

  • Lasse Buch said:

    Hi. You need to feature the new band birthgiving toad
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  • hp gee said:

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  • DrTwinkletits said:

    Looking for some hilarious, cheery, modern, LA-MADE holiday music?
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  • zack said:

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  • j michael kearsey said:

    hi there:
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    thanks and i have a hunch you played music from our CD titled, A Time of Peace. It is a holiday CD, so i want to remind you that we have 8 other CD's for you to hear.
    Greetings for the New Year and Hope and Work for Peace,
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    Brothers of the Baladi

  • Crystal Carter said:

    This is an awesome site! I would love for you to feature an artist that I am working with! His name is Dregs One and he just released his debut album called The Wake Up Call! Please contact me if you need more information or just google him! He is actually going to be in LA this weekend if you're interested in interviewing him!! My email is!

  • Jason said:

    Check out Sphynx !!

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  • Trimordial Studio said:

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  • Cory said:

    Hi, my name is Cory Clifford and I have a music project entitled Pinebocks. To describe my music, I'd say it's a combination of Bruce Springsteen, Orange Juice and The Magnetic Fields and it could easily fit into the stylings of NME's C86 compilation. One thing about my music is that I try to have a strong sense of lyrical imagery in my songs. You'll notice a fair amount of double meanings, and idioms. All of my lyrics are posted along with the songs on my bandcamp pages for you to observe. I've released three singles, the most recent is "Love Is…" which I released on Valentine's Day as an anti-Valentine's Day single, one entitled "Flee" with a b-side called "My Unfunny Valentine", and the other called "Parti Pris". I have all of these available for free at, and I have a player for the a-sides at Thanks, I hope you guys like my music; I'll have more coming in the future!

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  • Katie said:

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  • @plumtunes said:

    Check out Electrofuzztronica from Scotland (actually I'm friends with Luke of I Build Collapsible Mountains mentioned below). Scotland has some aaaawesome music at the moment. Check it lads & lassies –

  • richard said:

    The Big Sun is a project from Oxford England featuring ex Candyskins and Ride members supporting (very) young new artist Berry. Please take a listen.

  • rigger said:

    check out 'WICKED MERCIES' from San Francisco.. I saw them a couple of weeks back…stax/volt sound pretty rad

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    Did you know that drummers Mickey Hart (The Grateful Dead), John Densmore (The Doors), Poncho Sanchez (Tower of Power), Rikki Rockett (Poison), Gorden Campbell (Jessica Simpson), Eric Hernandez (Bruno Mars), and Mike Phillips (Janelle Monae) will be at College of the Canyoons' Cougar Stadium in Santa Clarita on Friday (May 18) from 10-Noon helping local 6th and 7th Graders break a world record? It's true. 11,000 people drumming together, 7,600 of whom are students. All for Arts in Education – @RTRBTO

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    where can i submit beats for you guys to listen to..

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  • Vlax Records said:

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    In the 1960s and 1970s Tito’s Yugoslavia saw a flowering of popular Roma Gypsy music. Reinvigorating their folk traditions with the Indian, Turkish, British and American sounds that poured from their radios, out of this largely forgotten scene came some of the most soulful, psychedelic, and just damned excellent tunes of the era.

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    We’re using Kickstarter to generate the money: it’s also a good platform for letting people learn a little more about the music and the project. If you’re interested in getting involved or supporting us (and also hearing some of these amazing tunes!) check out our video here:

    We’ve got some sweet rewards lined up for anyone interested in contributing – every penny counts, but even if do no more than tickle your curiosity and get you to learn a bit more about the music then for us it’ll have been worth it!

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    Nat and Phil (the Vlax Records team)

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  • matt said:

    The Real Loveless is an electronica outfit based out of Queens, NY. The duo of Matt Bailey and Christina Marie Karr make dance music that feels like the first kiss, or the last goodbye. Our debut album, Asha, is dropping this summer.

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  • Mel Jordane Williams said:

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    They are coming from New York (Brooklyn) and they are realesing a new album !

    They also have an indiegogo campaign !

    Please help me to help them !!

    You can listen their songs and watch the new video on the facebook page :

    Thank you!!!


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  • Sean Wakasa said:

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  • Chris Burton said:

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  • Kim Delancey said:

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    including Pleasure Circuit, receiving
    regional airplay of an independently released record of the same name. Subsequent to these projects he caught
    the ear of guitar-great/producer Mick Ronson who produced and co-wrote four
    tracks with him. He has cut songs
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  • palomino blue said:

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    Persistently testing the edges of independent rock, Bandleader’s
    passion for rhythmic exploration and melodic story telling sees
    not a moment of rest. Each member values the purity of signature
    tone, exhibiting a unique voice that blends and traces lines to
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    Bandleader came together as a result of front man Patrick
    McCormack’s quest to bring his singer/songwriter material to the
    stage. After recruiting three other likeminded musicians, the
    band quickly outgrew the notion of playing backup, and instead,
    an unpredictably colorful sound took life.

  • Jesse Glick said:

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    Feel free to post and share this song!

    Streaming link to “Electricity”:

    Download link (MP3/320kbps) to the song “Electricity”:

    Link to press photos:

    Facebook link:


    JADEITE is a duo from Copenhagen consisting of Niels Henrik Egsgaard and Kim Vinkel. “Electricity” is the first number on their debut album “Frostbites” which is to be released later this year. The music is based on the experimental scene with inspiration from such bands as Battles, Can and Swans while also having tendencies toward modern indie like Grizzly Bear and alternative rock like Pixies. Besides that it has also been a huge influence on the music that the band members have been raised by wild wolves.

  • Bela Bela said:

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    We are Ménage…

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  • Ron Walker said:

    Hey there!
    Check out “Giant”, the first full-length album by “Ron Walker & The Blue Quarter”, a project based in Portugal and UK.

    The universe of “Giant” was designed on the summer of 2012, throughout this period, melodies, chords, rhythms that come from an old fender 74 telecaster electric-guitar meet words and that’s the way songs began to exist. “Giant” was recorded in the late December of 2012 over a period of two weeks. The Project gathers some close friends, musicians and also other artists from photography, painting, acting and video production.
    Hope you enjoy it and let us know whether you would be interested in reviewing (or anything else). If you would like a download of the full album let me know and I’ll send it along.

    We send this singles tracks:

    Best Regards,
    Ron Walker

  • Lydia Landor said:

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  • Mazinga Records said:

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  • momotaro said:

    We are an electronica band from Brighton, UK, we’ve just released our debut album Second Side. If you have a spare moment for some new tunes, here you go!

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  • Guerilla said:

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  • Matthias Kranz said:


    Here we are with a “The

    Coconut Wireless Remix” of WILHELM
    TELL ME’s tune “Let Me Take You Away”
    on Soundcloud ( which is part of
    their new EP “A Short Story For The Road”.
    Felix Müller aka “The

    Coconut Wireless” is cool as a
    cucumber with Hendrick’s, Smoother than
    Coconut and Jamaican rum Softer than fresh
    pineapple with Lime. If he´s not on his
    Skateboard looking for new spots this
    Producer / DJ / Live Act from Hamburg,
    Germany creates Tunes as tight as a
    wetsuit. And yes, he is sending out the “Let

    me Take You Away (The Coconut Wireless
    DUB” version as a FREE DOWNLOAD (!

    Ever since his lovely Remix of WILHELM
    TELL ME’s “Favorite Sound” which gained
    high attention on hypemachine (#1 in
    march/april 2012) , Felix became a close
    friend and some kind of a resident
    remixing artist for the band from
    Hamburg/Copenhagen. WILHELM TELL ME is
    also releasing their new “Let Me Take You
    Away (Lyric Video)” today. So check this
    out as well and tell the world about it!

    Wilhelm Tell Me
    – Let Me Take
    You Away (Lyric

  • John Harrell said:

    Mail Order Monsters have released our debut self-titled album, which is available now on LP / CD. We perform original music using only the Commodore 64 computer as our sound source. We blend intricate 8-bit compositions with synth laden melodies and pulsing rhythms that appeal to fans of multiple genres. We are reaching out to see if you have any interest in setting up an interview with the band, or doing a review of the album. I’ve included a link to our debut album, our music videos, and the press release below. If you’d like, I can put our vinyl record and / or CD in the mail for you to listen to as well.

    You can download the album from this link:

    Enter this code: vc9d-bm5l

    It’s available in MP3 V0 or MP3 320, FLAC, AAC, Ogg Vorbis, and ALAC.

    Here’s what people are saying about the album:

    “Other chiptune acts come across as gimmicky or entirely ironic, but the talent vested into the serious synth work here proves just how committed they are to breathing new life into these lost electronic sounds.”

    –Eric Mitts, Recoil Magazine

    “Featuring solid compositions, lush tones and masterful post production, MOM’s debut album is a must have for synth lovers everywhere as it’s not only a beautiful album, but a technical masterpiece.”

    –Adam Martinez, Chiptunes=Win Blog


    Debut Album:


    Promo Photos and More Information:

  • An Nana said:

    I’ve got some ongoing projects and I wanted all these students assist me with it.Bad Piggies 2

  • Albert Bagman said:


    I am Albert Bagman from Baltimore, MD and I am looking to see if you might consider featuring a short film I directed on your site.
    Below is the link just to the song and artwork:

    I hope you dig it!


  • Steve Stullgens said:

    Hey we are a French electronic duo this is your submission enjoy


    bio & pics!middle/c1buh

  • Estella Garcia said:

    Must. Check out “Let’s Drive to Alaska” at SXSW

  • James Connolly said:

    I humbly want to let you know about what we are doing.

    It is about singing, banjo, moog, and mellotron, and it is different.

    I call the style Art Plunk.

    Songs about homesick astronauts, conversations with a shark, and WW1 flying aces .

    So far 2 cd’s independently released. A third about to surface (with string quartet).

    Enough yapping, you can listen if you are the curious sort. Thanks !

  • Erick Antonio Fabian Sr. said:

    Hi! My band CERUMENTRIC, from Manila, Philippines, just released its new genre-bending single, “Hypocrites”. If you love electronic/rock fusion genres, you’ll like this.

  • Gregory Ackerman said:

    Anyone want some Psychedelic Rock?

  • Mario Anderson said:

    Music is my life…
    Music chose me, not the other way around.
    Music is my time machine..
    Music only makes me stronger…

    I read this earlier today in an article about what music means to us. It got me thinking about everything that drove me to use music as an emotional outlet.
    I started a band in 2009 as a tribute to one of my best friends that was shot and killed earlier that year. It made me realize that nothing is ever guaranteed in life. We do what we must with the time we have. I realized that all the anger and confusion that I was having so much trouble expressing with words flowed consistently through each note I strummed on the guitar.
    I was determined, possessed some would say. When we started having compilations with the band, I started to have complications with life. Like they say; when it rains, it pours. My mother had gone in for a check up because she was experiencing a discoloration in her skin. The doctors thought it was hepatitus, so they strongly suggested that I got vaccinated.
    The next day my mother had been transported to the ICU because she had fallen into a comma.
    She was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer and died a month later…
    I miss my mother, but she always told me to do what makes me feel good.
    A year after my mother passed, I began playing music again while adjusting to the changes. It’s been an uphill battle every step of the way, but there isn’t a finer group of people I’d rather spend each hardship with than my friends.
    “Can we set ourselves apart? Is that even our decision to make? Or are we guided by fate?”
    This song is called called Stay With Me

  • 1 Dude and a Chick said:

    Hi there!! please check us out if you like what you hear and see like us and share :) Thanks! and

  • Yelpy said:

    Yelpy “Feel It” Official Music Video

  • Maynard said:

    BuzzBands La just featured a new blues/funk duo, Vicious Kicks! Black Keys, Tame Impala with subtle hints of old school funk:

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