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American Football Dreams Of Japan For 'My Instincts Are The Enemy' Video

The emo band imagines a Japanese character missing home while temporarily living in small-town Central Illinois.

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Chromatics Play 'Shadow' In Front Of 'Twin Peaks' Red Curtains

Johnny Jewel and crew play the dreamy, codeine-soaked synth-pop song in front of the Black Lodge's red curtains.

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Cellist Janel Leppin Desperately Seeks Healing In Mellow Diamond's 'Ashes To Breathe'

As Mellow Diamond, Leppin builds elegantly somber songs from a pedal board of effects and loops. American God was written and recorded during a fraught election and its fallout.

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Jane Weaver's Prismatic Pop Haunts An Abandoned Finnish Circus

Jane Weaver takes her psychedelic-pop song "Did You See Butterflies?" to a remote part of Finland with 16mm film.

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Watch Laura Marling Perform 'Soothing' Live In The Studio

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The English singer-songwriter's expanded sound is evident in this live performance of a gorgeous track from Semper Femina.

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Guitarist Mark McGuire's 'Beginning Of Winter' Is An Elegant, Looped Euphoria

"Beginning Of Winter" is built around delay guitar loop that feels like it's always been and always will be.

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Ratboys' 'Elvis In The Freezer' Video Is Just The Sweetest Story About A Dead Cat

In a video for the "post-country" band, a friendship is told in reverse, starting with a dead cat put on ice, and reminding us why people become important parts of our lives.

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Chris Robinson Brotherhood On Mountain Stage

The psychedelic rock outfit led by the former Black Crowes singer performs a set recorded live at the Culture Center Theater in Charleston, W.Va.

Chris Robinson Brotherhood On Mountain Stage

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Join The Punk Parade For RVIVR's 'The Tide' Video

RVIVR is the pep-punk band of your life. But for its new video, a ragtag group dances around a dude who has no interest in cheering up.

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Paramore's 'Told You So' Video Gives Us Red Beret Envy

"Told You So" is a polyrhythmic workout of a pop song with some of Taylor York's most athletic guitar work yet.