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Watch Kevin Morby Perform 'Crybaby' Live In The Studio

KCRW

Watch the former Woods bassist and current frontman of The Babies perform a song off his new solo album, City Music, in a live studio session for KCRW.

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Mountain Stage

Michael Cerveris On Mountain Stage

For this performance, Mountain Stage lured the singer-songwriter away from his Tony Award-winning stint on Broadway and back to the stage in his native West Virginia.

Michael Cerveris on Mountain Stage

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Tiny Desk

Tigers Jaw

The duo strips down to acoustic guitar and keyboard for a strikingly intimate set, illuminating their close harmonies that tangle like garlands.

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In 'Creature Comfort,' Arcade Fire Drowns In The Din Of Modern Life

The second single from Everything Now, out July 28, reflects on unrealistic expectations and societal pressure to conform.

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Hatchie Spins Around Her Native Brisbane For Gaze-Pop Debut 'Try'

"Try" is the first single by Harriette Pilbeam's solo project. A shimmering shoegaze debut, its video depicts the Australian musician's hometown — fireworks and all.

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Charly Bliss Goes To Camp For 'Westermarck' Video

What if we all just lived at camp and the members of Charly Bliss were the camp directors? Can this be our new reality?

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Field Recordings

Slowdive Fills A Shuffleboard Parlor With Shimmering Sound

Fresh off its first album in 22 years, the U.K. shoegaze band performs the dream-pop ballad "Sugar For The Pill" at a Brooklyn shuffleboard parlor.

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Colin Stetson's Ex Eye Will Smash Us All – Watch And Fear 'Xenolith; The Anvil'

To call the saxophonist's new band "metal" isn't quite right. Ex Eye is heavy, maximalist music made compact.

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Watch Terry Reid Guest On Psychic Temple's Soulful 'Turn Off The Lights'

The cult guitarist graces this dexterous workout of a classic California pop song with angelic grit.

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Field Recordings

Watch Sufjan Stevens, Nico Muhly And Bryce Dessner Play 'Planetarium' Track 'Mercury'

In a Manhattan studio, some of the musicians behind Planetarium play the album's beautiful closing track.