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Glass Animals, 'Life Itself' (Live)


The song is a highlight of the U.K. rock band's new album, How To Be A Human Being.

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Take An Existential Journey With LVL UP

The New York band's new video for "The Closing Door" tells a sunny coming-of-age story.

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WFUV Presents: First Listen Live With The Head And The Heart

WFUV On-Air: Music Discovery Starts Here

Watch The Head and the Heart perform its new album, Signs Of Light, at NYC's City Winery.

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Blind Pilot, 'Packed Powder' (Live)


The Portland, Ore., folk-rock band performs an anthem from And Then Like Lions live for KCRW.

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Watch P.S. Eliot Play 'Cry Uncle' And 'Bear Named Otis' Live In The Studio


As a warm-up for a string of reunion shows, Katie and Allison Crutchfield's band performs for WXPN.

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Tancred, 'Pens'

Jess Abbott flirts with evil, personified by Speedy Ortiz's Sadie Dupuis, in a dark power-pop gem.

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Riot In The Bathroom: Watch Sex Stains' 'Period. Period.' Video

Bratmobile's Allison Wolfe helps lead the hilarious, sneering feminist punk band.

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Enter The Wonderfully Weird World Of The Feminist Occult With T-Rextasy

Enter the wonderfully weird world of the feminist occult with T-Rextasy in this animated video.

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Ages And Ages, 'Something To Ruin' (Live)

Known for handclaps and group harmonies, the band takes on a darker tone in "Something To Ruin."

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Ultimate Painting's 'Song For Brian Jones' Finds Tension In Quiet

Named for the late Rolling Stones founder, the song is a moody and shifty piece of psychedelic pop.