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A Place To Bury Strangers, 'Now It's Over' (Live) KEXP-FM

One of New York's loudest bands brings dark melodies and a wild light show to the KEXP studio.

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Sheer Mag, 'Fan The Flames'

The rock band answers the question, "What if we gave this Thin Lizzy riff a disco beat?"

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Randy Newman On Mountain Stage

The show dips into its 30-year archive to revisit the singer-songwriter's first appearance in 1999.

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Ride, 'Leave Them All Behind' (Live) KCRW-FM

Watch the British band, which just reunited after 20 years, as it performs "Leave Them All Behind."

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Alabama Shakes, Live In Concert KCRW-FM

Watch the band perform two songs — "Dunes" and "Future People" — from their new album.

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Tiny Desk Concerts

Chadwick Stokes

Stokes' songs feel familiar; they're old friends before you're done hearing them for the first time.

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And The Kids, "Devastation Celebration"

Watch And The Kids' delightfully bizarre video for "Devastation Celebration."

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Tiny Desk Concerts

Beach Slang

James Snyder's euphoric punk anthems become raw and uplifting confessionals in this acoustic set.

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Larkin Poe On Mountain Stage

A sister act with a bluegrass past, the Atlanta band now plays raucous Southern rock as a duo.

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Toro Y Moi, 'Empty Nesters' (Live) KCRW-FM

Chaz Bundick and his psych-pop band perform a perfect springtime jam called "Empty Nesters."