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First Watch: Tobias Jesso, 'How Could You Babe'

The Vancouver singer channels the classic piano ballad sounds of Harry Nilsson and Randy Newman.

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Favorite Sessions

Lisa Mitchell, 'Wah Ha' (Live) KCRW-FM

Watch the Australian singer perform the soft, airy folk-pop song "Wah Ha" live in the studio.

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Alvvays, 'Archie, Marry Me' (Live) KEXP-FM

The Toronto band channels an eternally appealing throwback pop-rock sound in "Archie, Marry Me."

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Mountain Stage

Kate Miller-Heidke On Mountain Stage

The Australian singer moves smoothly between pop and her opera training, often in the same song.

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Mountain Stage

Kat Edmonson On Mountain Stage

Hear a performance from the Texas native, whose distinctive voice evokes classic jazz singers.

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Mountain Stage

San Fermin On Mountain Stage

Hear a live performance from the eight-piece baroque pop band, led by composer Ellis Ludwig-Leone.

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Mountain Stage

Dan Wilson On Mountain Stage

The hit-making songwriter and former Semisonic frontman performs new solo songs and an old favorite.

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Favorite Sessions

Mikky Ekko, 'Stay' (Live) KCRW-FM

The Rihanna collaborator performed the duo's No. 1 hit live for KCRW.

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Favorite Sessions

Avi Buffalo, 'So What' (Live) KCRW-FM

The indie-pop band performs "So What" from At Best Cuckold, its bold second album.

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Front Row

The Jezabels, 'Time To Dance' (Live) WGBH

Watch the Australian indie-pop band perform "Time To Dance" at Brighton Music Hall in Allston, Mass.