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World Cafe

Boxed In On World Cafe


Boxed In is led by London's Oli Bayston, who translates electronic and house music to a full band.

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Samaris, 'Sólhvörf II' (Live)


Watch the Icelandic trio create a rich, textured blend of breathy vocals and glitchy beats.

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All Songs TV

First Watch: Rone, 'Acid Reflux'

Don't eat the psychedelic sushi. (Or eat it, if that's your thing.)

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ODESZA, 'Say My Name' (Live)


The Seattle electronic producers, with Young Summer, showcase a bit of their stunning live show.

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Tiny Desk


Found objects are percussion instruments in the hands of a man who's part musician, part magician.

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Sylvan Esso, 'H.S.K.T.' (Live)


A silky voice and electropop beats hit a sweet spot in the KCRW studio.

Morgan McCloy

Tiny Desk

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' (Live)


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

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All Songs TV

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

Dan Deacon

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