The sound is "rooted on a tropical island," they say, a fine blend of eclectic, retro, soulful grooves, and sunshine.
An eclectic mix of idealistic and opportunistic politicians and NGOs mobilized people against land acquisitions.
His eclectic ear enabled Atlantic to have Aretha Franklin, Otis Redding, and Led Zeppelin on the same bill.
1680s, originally in reference to a group of ancient philosophers who selected doctrines from every system; from French eclectique (1650s), from Greek eklektikos "selective," literally "picking out," from eklektos "selected," from eklegein "pick out, select," from ek "out" (see ex-) + legein "gather, choose" (see lecture (n.)). Broader sense of "borrowed from diverse sources" is first recorded 1847. As a noun from 1817.