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KCRW Presents: FinkKCRW

For the past 15 years, Fink has been a solo project for Berlin-based songwriter Fin Greenall. But with his album, Hard Believer, he enlisted the help of longtime friends Guy Whittaker and Tim Thornton to help him develop his new material. In part because each participant has a different musical background, the new songs sound especially varied and dynamic. As Greenall says, "They even taught me how to play live" — as you can see for yourself in this performance of "Looking Too Closely."

Find the rest of Fink's Morning Becomes Eclectic set at KCRW.com.

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Brandi Carlile, Live In Concert: Newport Folk 2015

Hear the folk-rock powerhouse perform candid, emotional songs from The Firewatcher's Daughter.

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Briana Marela, 'Surrender'

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The Seattle native folds a sense of childlike wonder into every note of her breezy performance.

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Field Report, 'Summons'

Christopher Porterfield performs "Summons" as part of a solo session in his home state of Wisconsin.

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Tiny Desk

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Mackenzie Scott's music channels Patti Smith and PJ Harvey while hinting at further growth.

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