Favorite Sessions

KCRW Presents: Chet FakerKCRW

Nick Murphy, a.k.a. Chet Faker, is a self-described Twitter addict whose career took off after his cover of Blackstreet's mega-smash "No Diggity" hit the airwaves. Now, with the release of his first full-length album, Built on Glass — and a slew of tour dates and festivals before him — Murphy is proving himself both prolific and versatile. Songs like "1998" highlight his talent as both a singer and producer.

Watch the rest of Chet Faker's Morning Becomes Eclectic set on KCRW.com.

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Trentemøller, 'One Eye Open' (Live)

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Watch the Danish producer perform the track from his latest album, Fixion, with singer Marie Fisker.

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Tycho, 'Horizon' (Live)

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Scott Hansen's ambient project plays a dreamy song from its new album, Epoch, live for KCRW.

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First Watch: Zomes, 'Ruminants'

Shannon Collis truly visualizes the drone duo's quiet, ever-shifting layers of sound.

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