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Ought's New Video Captures The Beauty And Boredom Of The Everyday

A dancer holds a mirror to the rooms and hallways where our plainest, loneliest experiences occur.

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Mountain Stage

Ra Ra Riot On Mountain Stage

The indie-rock band known for its chamber-pop flourishes visits West Virginia with new songs in tow.

Ra Ra Riot On Mountain Stage
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Jason Isbell, 'Palmetto Rose' (Live)

WGBH Radio

The two-time Grammy winner performs a blues-rock song in front of a sold-out crowd in Boston.

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Tiny Desk

Eighth Blackbird

Watch the sextet perform new music by David Lang, Bryce Dessner and Robert Honstein.

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Favorite Sessions

Junior Boys, 'So This Is Goodbye' (Live)

KEXP

The Ontario band brings a revitalized version of its danceable pop sound to this live performance.

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Quiles & Cloud, 'Black Sky Lightning' (Live)

Folk Alley

The San Francisco duo performs a song about real and metaphorical storms live for Folk Alley.

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Video: Horse Lords' Hypnotic 'Truthers' Will Blast Your Noodle

The band makes body music influenced by desert blues, krautrock, jazz and the band Television.

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Tiny Desk

Florist

Emily Sprague performs three delicate songs with help from members of New York's Epoch collective.

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Favorite Sessions

Ben Harper, 'Shine' (Live)

KCRW

Harper's backing band, The Innocent Criminals, adds dynamism to this live performance.

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