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KCRW to Live Stream Moby Acoustic Set and Interview on You Tube September 23

KCRW to Stream Moby Acoustic Set & Interview
from Sonos Studio
*LIVE on YouTube*
Monday, September 23 – 8pm

(SANTA MONICA) September 19, 2013 — Los Angeles public radio station KCRW will be live-streaming an interview with Moby, hosted by DJ Chris Douridas, as well as an acoustic performance, on their YouTube channel on Monday, September 23 at 8pm.

Sonos Studio is hosting the private listening event for Moby’s new album, “Innocents”.

KCRW recently started streaming their famed Morning Becomes Eclectic live sessions on YouTube and this is the first time they’ve extended the effort to an outside event.

The YouTube stream will be embeddable and sharing is encouraged.

Moby sought a partnership with KCRW to webcast the event as his new album, his 11th studio release, was recorded in the artist’s Los Angeles studio and is a reflection of the city he now calls home. “Innocents” is out September 30 on Mute.

Moby will perform live on Morning Becomes Eclectic on Thursday, October 3.


WHAT: Live video stream of Moby acoustic performance and interview with Chris Douridas from Sonos Studio on

WHEN: Monday, September 23

TIME: 8pm — 9pm: Interview hosted by KCRW DJ Chris Douridas
9pm: Acoustic performance


Rachel Reynolds
Music Publicity Director
1900 Pico Blvd.
Santa Monica, CA 90405
(310) 314-4625 DIRECT

About KCRW: KCRW 89.9FM is an NPR affiliate serving Southern California and licensed to Santa Monica College. The public radio station represents cutting edge radio at its best, presenting an eclectic mix of independent music, news, talk and arts programming. The terrestrial signal serves Los Angeles, Orange, and Ventura counties, as well as parts of San Diego, San Bernardino, Kern, and Santa Barbara counties and the greater Palm Springs area. KCRW’ s programming is internationally renowned and available worldwide at KCRW offers an all-music channel, Eclectic24, an all news channel and on-air simulcast. . Podcasts and archives of our locally-produced programs and live band performances are available on our website, as well as on our smartphone apps for the iPhone, Android and Blackberry. KCRW’s acclaimed Music Mine app for iPad is dedicated to music discovery