About a year ago, I discovered a future soul duo based in Melbourne called Audego.
I was immediately seduced by Carolyn’s airy, ethereal vocals & the beat heavy, progressive production courtesy of Pasobionic.
Audego’s music is nostalgic yet contemporary.
The duo clearly has taken cues from early 90′s R&B from the likes of Aaliyah and En Vogue and infused those styles with modern sounds as you would …
Jason Bentley premiered the track “Lights Go Down” by LA artist WAZ on Morning Becomes Eclectic and now we’re happy to offer it up as a free download!
It’s an uplifting pop anthemwith lots of oohs, heart-tugging guitar lines and a giant chorus –with a dash of the galloping folk that has been so ubiquitous lately.
For fans of Young the Giant and the Temper Trap …
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Eels main man Mark Oliver Everett mostly lives in a muted space.
While he can come across as solemn if you’re being generous, he does have a sharp wit and the sort of self-deprecating humor that makes you think he’s doing it for the laughs.
Either way you slice it, he’s definitely not the kind of guy to wear salmon colored J.Crews, half rolled up the …
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Editor’s Note: Over the long holiday weekend, DJ Anne Litt reflected on her favorite LA songs
Stream a Spotify playlist below as well as thoughts from Anne!
I love holiday weekends in Los Angeles. It’s the closest we ever get to tumbleweeds blowing down any LA thoroughfare. Over the July 4 weekend, I found myself taking different ways to and from KCRW – staying off the …
Landlady is the latest venture from Adam Schatz, who has been involved in so many musical projects it makes the head spin (member of Man Man, co-producer of Winter Jazzfest, session saxophonist for Vampire Weekend, etc.)
But as Landlady, he and his four Brooklyn bandmates churn out quirky rock tunes that satisfy one of my basic tenants of Great Songs: they rarely end up in …
Zella Day was raised in a small mountain town of Arizona and started her music career performing covers of Bob Dylan, Elvis Presley and Bobby Darin in a coffee shop owned by her parents.
Cut to 2014. She now lives in Los Angeles and has a debut EP set for release via B3SCI (Jungle/Misun) in mid-August.
Jason Bentley instantly gravitated towards her first single “Sweet …
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Editor’s Note: KCRW DJ Mathieu Schreyer is a big soccer fan and an even bigger fan of Brazilian music. His latest show is a three-hour dedication to the country’s musical exports.
I’ve been collecting Brazilian music for over 20 years and listening to it since it was a kid. It’s quite popular in France.
When I started doing the show, I didn’t plan on …
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KCRW recently launched a brand new website with a super dreamy search function that allows you to dig into our archives like never before (as well as a totally custom HTML5 media player, for those tech-minded music lovers out there).
To celebrate, we gathered a week’s worth of KCRW exclusives – five songs performed live on Morning Becomes Eclectic – as our Today’s Top Tune …
Watch a live video webcast from the historic Fonda Theater in Hollywood, beginning at approximately 9:45 p.m. PT (12:45 a.m. ET) on Tuesday, June 10.
Jack White celebrates the album release date for his second solo album “Lazaretto” with this special show. The album is a bold, shape-shifting collection of eclectic rock songs that rank among White’s wildest and most imaginative efforts. He’ll showcase much of …
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We’ve been big supporters of Aussie soul band The Bamboos over the years so they’re offering us a first look at their video for “Helpless Blues”, by far the poppiest song in their catalogue.
The nine-piece band has a dynamic live show so they captured it on film during shows at The Forum in Melbourne and Amplifier in Perth.
I think most of us have had …