Dec 9, 2013 — Thirty years after forming, the lively Irish group continues to turn out smart, bluesy music. Watch The Waterboys perform "Mad As The Mist & Snow" live in KEXP's Seattle studios.
Dec 5, 2013 — Vocalist and producer Cameron Mesirow, a.k.a. Glasser, makes soaring, uncategorizable music in the same vein as Bjork. Watch Mesirow and percussionist Shayna Dunkelman perform "Shape," from Glasser's new album Interiors, live on Morning Becomes Eclectic.
Nov 29, 2013 — Producer Nicolas Jaar and multi-instrumentalist Dave Harrington made a special appearance on KCRW's Morning Becomes Eclectic in advance of a secret LA show. Watch them perform an expanded version of their song "Paper Trails."
Nov 25, 2013 — The young German minimalist is a magician when it comes to the analog synthesizer. Watch him perform "Says," from his new album Spaces, live in the KEXP studios.
Nov 24, 2013 — There is no shortage of folk and country songs about booze. But what makes the Mandolin Orange tune "Waltz About Whiskey" so enchanting is its effortlessness. Watch the rising folk duo perform the song live for FolkAlley.com.
Nov 28, 2013 — After a long hiatus without speaking or singing publicly to allow his damaged vocal chords to heal, the Grammy award-winning artist is back. Watch him perform "Waitin' On The Day" from his new album, Paradise Valley.
Nov 18, 2013 — Trip-hop is making a comeback in England, and London Grammar has helped lead the charge. The trio recently stopped by KEXP in Seattle to perform songs from its new album If You Wait, including the gloriously soaring "Strong."
Nov 15, 2013 — Melbourne, Australia's Hiatus Kaiyote doesn't fit naturally into any category, but its members don't shy away from the description "future soul." Watch dynamic singer Nai Palm and her crew perform "Nakamarra" live at KCRW's Morning Becomes Eclectic studios.
Nov 12, 2013 — No Age's Randy Randall and Dean Spunt have spent nearly a decade making uncompromising and hard-to-define punk rock together. Watch them perform the anthemic "I Won't Be Your Generator" live at the KEXP studios in Seattle.
Nov 7, 2013 — See the English pianist play a movement from one of Schubert's final sonatas, written when the specter of death was never far away. Lewis describes the music in terms of a haunting, delusive dream: "And you wake up from it, but then you realize that, actually, the nightmare is reality."