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Sylvan Esso

Performed softly in the light of day, these three songs feel fresh and lovable.

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Dan Deacon, 'When I Was Done Dying' KCRW-FM

Deacon, known for his frenetic live sets, performs some of his most accessible material to date.

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Watch The Eeriest Music Video Of The Year So Far

Ancient tribal techno meets The Blair Witch Project in the eeriest music video of 2015 so far.

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Tiny Desk Concerts

Dan Deacon

The Tiny Desk becomes a DJ booth for an office space dance party.

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Tiny Desk Concerts

Until The Ribbon Breaks

The band strips down its electronic sound with the aid of a spaghetti strainer and a paint bucket.

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Favorite Sessions

Trentemøller, 'Come Undone' (Live) KCRW-FM

In "Come Undone," the Danish producer interacts with his band in organic, purposeful ways.

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FKA twigs, 'Lights On' (Live) KEXP-FM

The captivating singer showcases strength and vulnerability in a stripped-down performance.

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Caribou, 'Our Love' (Live) KCRW-FM

Watch a rare studio performance from one of indie rock's most beloved electronic musicians: Dan Snaith, or as you probably know him, Caribou.

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Zola Jesus, 'Dangerous Days' (Live) KCRW-FM

The prolific young singer performs "Dangerous Days" from her pop-minded new album, Taiga.

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Giant Claw, 'DARK WEB 003'

If you try to follow the impossible logic here, you might get lost — and it's oddly comforting.