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KCRW's Morning Becomes Eclectic


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Morning Becomes Eclectic is committed to a music experience that celebrates innovation, creativity and diversity by combining progressive pop, indie, alternative, world beat, jazz, African, reggae, classical and new music. Morning Becomes Eclectic podcasts are available for a limited time. Every two weeks a new session is made available.

Customer Reviews

By far my favorite podcast

This is one of two podcasts I check every day for new posts. Wish there were more Nic! Nic knows what he's doing. Sit back and relax. Enjoy some of the best music available via podcast. well done. cheers. You might also like to listen to KEXP's Live Performance Podcast in between Nic's podcasts.

Like to experience new music? Listen to this.

The host of this live music show, Nic Harcourt, doesn't say a whole lot. This is a good thing. Nor does he talk over the music. A variety of musicians are showcased, usually with a single artist per podcast, and with decent fidelity to appreciate the music. The show begins with a brief introduction by Nic followed by a long, live set by the artist. Harcourt breaks the set in half with a five-minute Q&A and lets the artist continue to the end.

How come you don't have all the shows?

I love the podcast but you only post a handfull of them. How about posting the one from Friday the 27th with Faithless, I heard it was great. Thanks