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Live in Concert

First Listen Live: Real Estate, 'Atlas'

The laid-back indie band performed its third album in its entirety at New York's SubCulture.

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Favorite Sessions

Lo-Fang, 'Permutations' (Live)


Watch Lorde's hand-picked opening act perform live for Morning Becomes Eclectic.

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Front Row

ScHoolboy Q

Watch the Los Angeles rapper perform a loose-limbed, spontaneous and unpretentious set in NYC.

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Tiny Desk

Brass Bed

See the band re-create some of its stellar studio effects with a pedal steel and some novelty mics.

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Favorite Sessions

Noah Gundersen, 'Ledges' (Live)


The promising Seattle folk-rock artists performs live on KEXP, with a little help from his siblings.

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Tiny Desk

Sofia Rei

For about 20 minutes one sunny afternoon, Rei turned a desk into a small Latin American folk club.

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Favorite Sessions

Phantogram, 'Black Out Days' (Live)


Fresh off the release of Voices, the electro-pop duo stops by KCRW to perform its standout single.

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Favorite Sessions

Minor Alps, 'Far From The Roses' (Live)


Nada Surf's Matthew Caws and Juliana Hatfield had never performed together live until this session.

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Field Recordings

On A Chilly Factory Floor, Yuja Wang's Piano Sizzles

We took one of the world's most buzzed-about pianists to the Steinway factory in Queens.

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Tiny Desk

Cate Le Bon

The Welsh singer's set conveys loneliness and doubt with just two guitars and an inviting whisper.