Favorite Sessions

KCRW Presents: JungleKCRW

Jungle has been a bit of a mystery. Without any real press photos, only a few songs, and a video featuring just two men roller-skate dancing, it was difficult to determine who was making the music. But for the group's first visit to KCRW, we were able to lift the curtain on who was behind the groovy, soul-filled bass lines and disco-era harmonies that have captured our imaginations. Watch Jungle perform "Busy Earnin'" live on KCRW.

Find the rest of Jungle's Morning Becomes Eclectic set at (the new) KCRW.com.

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Agnes Obel, 'Familiar' (Live)

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Alvvays, 'Next Of Kin' (Live)

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The Canadian band brings infectious energy and danceable jangle pop to the Woods Stage.

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Lucinda Williams, Live In Concert

Watch the legendary singer-songwriter perform a three-song set at Damrosch Park in New York City.

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