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David Lynch has long been a familiar face in the hallways of KCRW, and he’s an inspiration to many others that pass through.
Today we are honored that Lynch selected KCRW to premiere a track from his new album, The Big Dream, out July 16th.
“I’m Waiting Here” is a bonus track on the album, and it features that soft breathy vocals of Lykke Li.
David Lynch talked about …
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A little over a month ago, in a cryptically subtle but completely captivating manner Boards of Canada surreptitiously revealed their forthcoming Warp release, “Tomorrow’s Harvest“.
Coming on June 11th, it marks their first new work since 2005′s “The Campfire Headphase“.
After weeks of playing haunting snippets from a series of rare, barely labeled 12″s that came out on Record Store Day, BBC DJ Zane Lowe finally premiered their first new …
Yesterday started like this:
Me: (To the tall guy getting water) “Is there enough water in there for you? Do you need any more?”
Matt: “No- It’s all good. I think we’ll be fine”
Me: “Great. I’m Collin by the way. I’m with Morning Becomes Eclectic.”
MC: “Hi, I’m Matt. With, umm… Matt Costa.”
Later on, the irony of Matt Costa having a bit of an identity crisis with …
It can be a rare thing to have the interview portion of Morning Becomes Eclectic be just as entertaining as the artists performance but, then again, Eels frontman Mark Oliver Everett or “E” is a unique man.
It’s equally out of the ordinary for an artist to have their guitar strings attached directly to their hear while they play with every emotion all at once …
When Ra Ra Riot released their second album “The Orchard” in 2010, there was a strong enough connection to their debut album “The Rhumb Line” that we could start to ease into a sort of comfort ability with the group. The orchestral, indie pop sound flanked by deep cellos and weeping violins were a welcomed departure from the sometimes indistinguishable dance music of the …
Toro Y Moi‘s latest offering “Anything In Return” had been steadily making it’s way into the hands of every single KCRW DJ before his live performance on Morning Becomes Eclectic.
So much so that it quickly became the number one most played album on our playlist for a few weeks now.
Needless to say we were all just a little excited to welcome producer/ mastermind/ leading …
The second installment in the 2013 First Fridays series is nearly here, so we wanted to reflect on the January kick off with photos of performances by Lord Huron and Wildcat! Wildcat!
I think I speak for all of Los Angeles when I say that we, as a city, are SO excited this series is back! If the first one is any indication of how …
From MBE Producer Ariana Morgenstern
One of my favorite things about being the producer of MBE for so many years is that I’ve met so many artists at varying points in their careers. Then I have the pleasure of bringing them back when they have new material to share with our audience. Calexico is one of those bands.
We were first introduced to Joey Burns and …
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I love a first mixtape from a friend.
It works as a communication of their feelings and intentions and simultaneously as a reflection of themself. It also works as a living snapshot that will forever seal that moment in a musical vacuum. It is a sonic time capsule and time machine.
A good mixtape never dies.
I love when artists release mixtapes. Whereas some listeners may see them as some frustrating stop gap …
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Right now we are in the midst of KCRW’s Summer Pledge Drive**, so what better time to celebrate what we do?
Emmy award-winning producer Michael Nadeau (“Art & Copy”) is a longtime KCRW listener and fan. A few years ago, he approached KCRW about filming a documentary about Morning Becomes Eclectic and he’s become a familiar face in our studios, stopping by to interview bands …