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KCRW Presents: Jose James


Watch the stylish jazz singer perform his funky single "Trouble" during a special concert in L.A.

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Unknown Mortal Orchestra: Solo And Acoustic

Watch Ruban Nielson perform "Swim and Sleep (Like a Shark)" solo on an acoustic guitar for opbmusic.

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Night Beds

Winston Yellen's arresting voice propels a lighthearted but deeply affecting set at the NPR office.

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Sidi Touré: Magic Music From Mali


Watch the Bamako musician and his band perform "Maïmouna," from his latest album Koïma, on KEXP.

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KCRW Presents: Benjamin Gibbard


Watch the Death Cab for Cutie and Postal Service singer perform "Teardrop Windows" live on KCRW.

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Wild Nothing: Dream-Pop's Leading Light

WFUV On-Air: Music Discovery Starts Here

Watch Jack Tatum and his band perform the dreamy title track to his popular Nocturne album.

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Tiny Desk

The xx

In The xx's songs, all the calm chilliness in the world can't quite contain an exposed heart.

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John Mark Nelson: A Teenager With Serious Talent

The Current

Watch the 19-year-old Twin Cities songwriter and his cadre of teenage friends perform "Reminisce."

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Max Richter In Concert: Reimagining Vivaldi


The inventive composer performs a Four Seasons makeover with violinist Daniel Hope.

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Pianist Daniil Trifonov: Disappearing Into Chopin

WGBH Radio

After winning two major competitions, the 21-year-old Russian is reaching for piano perfection.