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Tall Tales & The Silver Lining, 'Something To Believe In'

This is just about the sweetest song we've heard in a while.

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Front Row

Dry The River, 'Gethsemane' WGBH

Watch the British alt-rock band perform "Gethsemane" live in Boston.

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Favorite Sessions

Israel Nash, 'Rain Plans' KEXP-FM

Watch the singer and some talented friends bring his rich, rousing "Rain Plans" to fruition.

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Tiny Desk Concerts


The Wisconsin band performs three of its warm, accessible songs in the NPR Music offices.

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First Watch: Black To Comm, 'Hands'

Marc Richter's music curves in multiple planes. So does this video.

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Favorite Sessions

Wolf Alice, 'Moaning Lisa Smile' KCRW-FM

Watch the North London four-piece showcase their tougher, grittier rock sound.

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Favorite Sessions

Steve Earle, 'King Of The Blues' KEXP-FM

Watch the Texas singer-songwriter pay tribute to the blues artists who preceded and inspired him.

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Live in Concert

Watch Sleater-Kinney In Concert

At the 9:30 Club, the band drew from a catalog that is always present, always on fire.

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First Watch: The Granite Shore, 'Backstage At The Ballroom'

The bouncing, six-minute waltz is a luxuriant piece of English chamber-pop.

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First Watch: Ilyas Ahmed, 'Come On'

Watch a black-and-white 16mm video for an airy folk song that's at once warming and unsettling.