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Fox/Soper Duo Opens Portals To Neon Realms In 'I' Video

The synth/drum duo whirs and explodes like Sun Ra leading a psychotropic industrial punk band.

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Watch Car Seat Headrest Rock Black Cat Live In D.C.

Will Toledo and his band performed at Black Cat in D.C. on May 23.

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Watch Explosions In The Sky Get Epic At The 9:30 Club

If the records are watershed moments for its fans, then the band's live shows are a Biblical flood.

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Mike Cooley On Mountain Stage

The Drive-By Truckers singer and guitarist performs a relaxed and intimate set for Mountain Stage.

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The VuHaus Song Of The Day

Watch a new intimate performance every weekday from America's leading public radio stations. Powered by VuHaus, the new Music Discovery platform.

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Animal Collective, 'Golden Gal' (Live)

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The experimental pop band gives a colorful performance of a song from its new album, Painting With.

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Jason Isbell, 'Palmetto Rose' (Live)

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The two-time Grammy winner performs a blues-rock song in front of a sold-out crowd in Boston.

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Video: Horse Lords' Hypnotic 'Truthers' Will Blast Your Noodle

The band makes body music influenced by desert blues, krautrock, jazz and the band Television.

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Crosss' Occult-Ridden 'Golden Hearth' Video Is The Stuff Of Nightmares

The sludgy rock 'n' roll band gets the horror flick its creepy-crawly music demands.