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First Watch: Yumi Zouma, 'Barricade (Matter Of Fact)'

Watch a gravity-defying video from a band whose songs can represent momentary respites from reality.

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In Touché Amoré's 'Benediction,' Jeremy Bolm Brings His Mother's Story Home

The singer visits his mother's Nebraska hometown in the somber "Benediction."

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Jazz Night In America: Video Episodes And Shorts

Radical Imagination: Jazz And Social Justice

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Samora Pinderhughes' The Transformations Suite was inspired by African-American protest movements.

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Hazel English, 'More Like You' (Live)

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The Bay Area artist performs this jangly dream-pop song from her forthcoming release.

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The First Gorillaz Song In 5 Years Features Benjamin Clementine

Watch Clementine sing the woozy "Hallelujah Money" in a golden elevator.

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Jonathan Edwards On Mountain Stage

The veteran songwriter plays music from his latest album, Tomorrow's Child, live in West Virginia.

Jonathan Edwards On Mountain Stage

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Watch Wolf Parade Play 'Mr. Startup' Live At Pickathon

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The indie-rock band's Woods Stage performance was its first festival appearance in over five years.

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Marian McPartland's Piano Jazz

Jeannie Cheatham On Piano Jazz

The pianist and singer joins Marian McPartland for a duet version of "Perdido" in a 1989 session.

Jeannie Cheatham On Piano Jazz

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How Sheep Teach Us To Hate Gun Violence

Watch as slam poet and hip-hop artist Watsky tackles a powerful issue in "Stick To Your Guns."

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Agnes Obel, 'Familiar' (Live)

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The Danish singer performs a song from her gorgeously intimate new record, Citizen Of Glass.