May 23, 2019 Austin’s White Denim band breaks its live session in the morning and becomes eclectic with an energy and vertigo that curves KCRW ether waves. On July 2, 2019, soul legend Lee Fields gave a performance full of groove, energy and fantasy for Morning Becomes Eclectic. June 3, 2019 Helado Negro harmoniously blends psychopop and Latin folk, jumping between English and Spanish in his excellent album This Is How You Smile. On April 11, 2019, Jenny Lewis’ spirit and self-confidence will shine in “Wasted Youth,” which will be presented live at KCRW. On March 21, 2019, Nick Waterhouse took over the composition with a flexible and simple control, supported by a brass section and a spirit of cooperation. On June 13, 2019, Vampire Weekend returns with their previous album “Father of the Bride,” the most roguish. On March 28, 2019 the band played “Now or Never Now”, an energetic song, bigger than life, for a warm and intimate audience. Pianist and composer Ludovico Einaudi presents a selection of an ambitious project. See how “Weyes Blood Andromeda” in concert at the Studio Weyes Blood on the album Titanic Rising has already established itself as a candidate for the album of the year. May 9, 2019 J. S. Ondara’s musical journey from Nairobi, Kenya to Minneapolis, Minnesota. Weyes Blood’s Titanic Rising has already been established as a candidate for album of the year. The project, directed by Natalie Mering, addresses complex issues – climate change, love and loss – but floats on a bed of oniric indie pop. Lee Fields & the Expressions. is fascinating and impressive.

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