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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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Metronomy – “Love Letters”
Love Letters is the fourth studio album by the English electronic band.
Nabuma Rubberband is the 2014 release from the Swedish group.
Luck is the third studio album from the London native, set for release June 9th.
Magnetica is the first studio album from Will Holland under his main solo moniker since 2006.
Lazaretto is the second solo album by Jack White …
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 …
Saving the best for last is still the best way to save & tomorrow’s final installment of the Natural History Museums First Fridays series is no exception.
With an incredible lineup featuring some current KCRW favorites, the show is probably going to have its own Diorama made in it’s honor so you definitely want to be there.
Kicking things off will be San Francisco’s Painted Palms. …
Australian singer/songwriter/producer/avid tweeter Nicholas James Murphy aka Chet Faker broke into the collective consciousness of music fans with his cover of Blackstreet’s No Diggity when it was featured in a 2013 Superbowl commercial for Beck’s beer.
During his recent visit to the KCRW studios in support of his debut full-length album “Built On Glass,” he talked to Jason about the song that propelled his career and …
Upcoming Live Performances on MORNING BECOMES ECLECTIC with host JASON BENTLEY
Tuesday, June 3, Canada’s Timber Timbre creates cinematic music that is sexy and sublime. They really impressed us with their last performance on Morning Becomes Eclectic and we’re thrilled to have them back at 11:15am.
Thursday, June 5, Frontman for Sugar and the highly influential Husker Du, Bob Mould is a pioneer in the indie-alternative …
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Last week, KCRW DJ Garth Trinidad played a brand new track by the Long Beach, CA surf-rock trio Tijuana Panthers called “NOBO.”
On its surface, it’s a perfect lazy summer day stroll through vintage Southern California pop but beneath the low-fi buzz lay something a bit darker and distorted. Sort of a perfect euphemism for the city of Long Beach in general. With driving bass-line …
David Lynch‘s “Eraserhead“ is regarded as having a huge influence on many highly regarded directors including “The Shining”‘s Stanley Kubrick. The 1977 surrealist film was the first full length movie by the legendary director and it was even including in the National Film Registry by the United States Library of Congress.
It’s soundtrack consisted of two songs both of which largely employed the use of …
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Ballin’ Jack — “Found A Child” (Monk One Re-Edit)
There’s a decent chance that you don’t know the ’70s jazz-rock sextet known as Ballin’ Jack, but I’d be willing to wager you’re familiar with the guitar riff from their song “Found A Child“.
It’s quite possibly the funkiest 8 second guitar loop ever committed to wax and years after its initial release, would become the foundation …
The Seeds‘ single “Pushin’ Too Hard“ was released in 1965 and although it didn’t see any time in the Billboard charts right away, it climbed to number 35 when it was re-released later that year.
I guess you could say “Pushin’ Too Hard” was a euphemism about timing.
The Seeds were Southern California through and through, ushering a new era of psych-rock and experimenting with sounds …