Oh, to remember the summer of 2000.
The “Thong Song” was ubiquitous and, in a time where we were being bombarded by boy bands, it was a somewhat welcome — albeit random — pop sensation.
It was kinda funny, it seemed in good fun and it was pretty easy to learn all the words without much effort.
Now, all these years later, LA’s Penthouse Penthouse have put …
KCRW’s annual Halloween fundraiser Masquerade returns on Saturday, October 25 from 9p to 2a at The Legendary Park Plaza Hotel. Tickets are on sale now.
With circus troupes, costume contests, burlesque performers, food trucks, and ghost stories, music is just part of the fun and we’re proud to announce this year’s lineup!
MASQUERADE 2014 FEATURING
DJ Sets by:
+13 KCRW DJs, including Music Director Jason Bentley
Barely 18 years old and having already been the subject of a recent New York Times profile and hand-picked as the opener for Outkast‘s big homecoming show in Atlanta this month, the buzz surrounding Raury throughout the summer has reached a deafening roar. (Editor’s Note: He’s featured on a track by SBTRKT released today)
The release of Raury‘s debut album, “Indigo Child“, seems to mostly …
We’ve had our eye on Aussie DJ duo Flight Facilities since 2012 and they’ve finally announced the release of their highly-anticipated debut album, “Down to Earth“.It will include tracks we already love like “Clair De Lune” and “Crave You“, as well as collaborations with Reggie Watts, Owl Eyes, and Bishop Nehru.
Jason premiered the new single “Two Bodies” for the first time on US airwaves …
Upcoming Live Performances on MORNING BECOMES ECLECTIC with host JASON BENTLEY
Tuesday, September 9, UK’s Alt-J made their U.S. live radio debut on KCRW in 2012 and went on to win the Mercury Prize that year. Their new record is already getting steady spins and they’ll stop by for a live set on Morning Becomes Eclectic at 11:15am.
Wednesday, September 10, “Nabuma Rubberband” is Little Dragon‘s …
20 years on, New York dream pop outfit Blonde Redhead continues to boldly do whatever the Hell they want in their confoundingly delectable way.
Their newest album, “Barragan“, picks up where their gorgeous 2010 release “Penny Sparkle“ left off.
That is to say, they’re still finding new and intriguing ways to artfully explore a slow, gossamer version of a sound that has made household names of artists …
Alright, I’ll admit it; the first time I heard “Club Goin Up On A Tuesday” by iLoveMakonnen a few weeks ago, I didn’t quite know what to make of it.
The beat by Sonny Digital and Metro Boomin with its whirring church organs and beatdown bass was undeniably on point, but Makonnen’s quirky delivery threw me for a loop.
Then, one night, having not heard heard …
As aliases go, I can’t quite think of a better, more awesome name than The Black Madonna.
Evocative in a dozen different ways, it befits Chicago DJ/Producer Marea Stamper.
Apart from being that rarest of mythical creatures, “a woman DJ/producer” she also just actually happens to do it better than most (regardless of gender.) Her style rips through a whole spectrum of sounds from disco to techno to house with …
The Drums – “Kiss Me Again”
The Drums have consistently released great music since they first came on our radar in 2009. They’ve always had a surf-pop vibe but, on their latest single, their love for bands like Joy Division comes through.
Singer Jonny Pierce has us hooked with the infectious “Kiss Me Again”. It will be on their forthcoming album “Encyclodpedia”, out later this month.
Spoon – “They Want My Soul”
They Want My Soul is the band’s eighth full length album.
Jungle is the July 2014 release from the British duo.
Is Afie is the third album from the Canadian musician.
Lp1 is the debut studio album by English recording artist.
“Worship The Sun”
Worship The Sun is the second album from the California rock band.
“Wonder Where We Land”
Wonder Where We …
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