1. Miss the Jungle premiere on KCRW’s Metropolis this morning? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. Stream the anthemic “Busy Earnin’” from the London dance music collective. 
Photo: Oliver Hadlee Pearch

    Miss the Jungle premiere on KCRW’s Metropolis this morning? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. Stream the anthemic “Busy Earnin’” from the London dance music collective

    Photo: Oliver Hadlee Pearch

  2. Rokia Traore, one of Mali’s most revered voices, recently visited KCRW in Santa Monica, Calif., to play songs from her new album, Beautiful Africa. But she also includes a new song called “Mama” that hasn’t appeared on any album — and you can watch her perform it right here.

  3. Glasser makes soaring, uncategorizable music in the same vein as Bjork. Watch Cameron Mesirow and percussionist Shayna Dunkelman perform “Shape,” from Glasser’s new album Interiors, live on Morning Becomes Eclectic.

  4. Look who just stopped by NPR in NYC? Watch Cut Copy play (Le) Poisson Rouge live tonight at 10 p.m. ET. 
Photo: Saidah Blount/NPR

    Look who just stopped by NPR in NYC? Watch Cut Copy play (Le) Poisson Rouge live tonight at 10 p.m. ET

    Photo: Saidah Blount/NPR

  5. Want to score free tickets to see Cut Copy play (Le) Poisson Rouge in NYC on Nov. 19? Follow @nprmusic @cutcopy and @MetropolisKCRW on Twitter today to get the RSVP link!

    Want to score free tickets to see Cut Copy play (Le) Poisson Rouge in NYC on Nov. 19? Follow @nprmusic @cutcopy and @MetropolisKCRW on Twitter today to get the RSVP link!

  6. Watch My Morning Jacket's Jim James perform the epic “State of the Art (A.E.I.O.U.)” at Apogee’s Berkeley Street Studio for KCRW.

  7. King Krule made his U.S. radio debut on KCRW. Watch the 19-year-old perform “Baby Blue.” 

  8. Majical Cloudz recently visited KCRW’s Morning Becomes Eclectic studios to perform songs from their breakthrough album, Impersonator. Watch the Montreal duo bring the intense “Childhood’s End” to life.

  9. Washed Out, “All I Know” (Live at KCRW)

  10. A former punk and truck driver who now puts an art-rock spin on contemporary country music, Daughn Gibson visits the Morning Becomes Eclectic studios to perform songs from his new album, Me Moan. Watch Daughn Gibson and his band play “You Don’t Fade.”