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Jeremiah Jae And Oliver The 2nd: 'Take It Back To The Essence'

"We just want to make the music the focal point and make that as great as we can make it."

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Eternal Summers, 'A Burial'

Eternal Summers make vibrant music, but as this video for "A Burial" unfolds, a darker side emerges.

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Favorite Sessions

KCRW Presents: Warpaint

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After spending time in the desert to record new material, the quartet is back in the KCRW studios.

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Field Recordings

Merchandise Sprawls Out In The Sunlight

Two members of the indescribable Tampa band perform "Become What You Are" in this Field Recording.

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Rodrigo y Gabriela, 'The Russian Messenger'

The duo's latest video is a no-frills performance showcasing their phenomenal guitar work.

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Tiny Desk

Courtney Barnett

Barnett tells stories like your best friend, provided your best friend is a funny Australian poet.

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Curtis Harding, 'Keep On Shining'

The Atlanta soul singer becomes a grooving marionette in his surreal but infectious new video.

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Favorite Sessions

KEXP Presents: Neil Finn

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The Crowded House and Split Enz veteran performs "Driving Me Mad," from his new album Dizzy Heights.

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Favorite Sessions

Sylvan Esso, 'Coffee' (Live)

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Watch Mountain Man's Amelia Meath and Megafaun's Nick Sanborn perform "Coffee" for WAMU's Bandwidth.

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Tiny Desk

Tom Brosseau

The North Dakota singer-songwriter possesses one of the most arresting voices in folk music today.