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Favorite Sessions

Mudhoney Really Hates 'Chardonnay'


One of the most revered bands in the rock underground takes on the world's most popular white wine.

Live in Concert

Olafur Arnalds, Live In Concert

Watch the Icelandic musician's magnificent work as it's re-imagined with a 28-member orchestra.

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Tiny Desk

Nicola Benedetti

Watch the violinist spin out music by John Williams and Bach in sweet, soulful tendrils of sound.

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James Blake, 'Retrograde' (Live)


Watch the British wunderkind and his live band perform the brooding "Retrograde" for KCRW.

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Music Documentaries

1-Bit Composer Tristan Perich's Practice Space


A visit with the electronic composer shows bins and bins of quirky new and used gear.

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Gary Clark Jr.: How To Remember Your Roots

KUT 90.5

Watch the great Austin guitarist perform an acoustic medley of "Blak and Blu" and "Bright Lights."

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Tiny Desk

Father Figures

Zany, brainy and danceable, these guys' music mixes rock and jazz like King Crimson at its fiercest.

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Live in Concert

Iggy And The Stooges, Live In Concert

WNYC Soundcheck

Watch the band rip through songs from its new album Ready to Die during this First Listen Live show.

Phosphorescent's Matthew Houck performs "Song for Zula" at WFUV in New York City. Claire Lorenzo/WFUV hide caption

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Favorite Sessions

Phosphorescent: An Understated, Epic 'Song For Zula'

WFUV On-Air: Music Discovery Starts Here

Matthew Houck and his band visit WFUV to perform one of the best songs Houck has ever written.

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KCRW Presents: Dead Can Dance


Watch the veteran Australian duo bring its ancient ambiance to Santa Monica's Moroccan Ballroom.