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Tiny Desk

Juana Molina

Molina sounds as if she'd been raised by wolves and discovered the world of music on her own.

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Microphone Check

Mannie Fresh Live: 'Real Talk'

The legendary New Orleans producer and DJ on Lil Wayne, Juvenile, Mantronix, Mos Def and his dad.

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Microphone Check

Mannie Fresh DJ Set: 'We Bounced Everything'

The producer and DJ put New Orleans behind songs by Kenny Chesney, Hall & Oates and Trouble Funk.

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Favorite Sessions

Thomas Dybdahl, 'This Love Is Here To Stay' (Live)

KCRW

Watch the Norwegian singer-songwriter perform KCRW's favorite song of the moment.

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Blue Note At 75

Norah Jones' Dream Band

The singer-songwriter performs live with her labelmates, some of whom are modern jazz stars.

Blue Note At 75

Wayne Shorter Revises Himself

Watch the great jazz composer and his band launch new ideas off old themes in a live concert.

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Blue Note At 75

Salty Laughs And A Greasy Helping Of The Blues

Two artists who defined hard bop and soul jazz revisit the hits — but not without some commentary.

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Blue Note At 75

A Half-Century Of Collaboration In Duet

They first recorded together in 1966. They've been working together ever since. Watch a duet.

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All Songs TV

Son Lux, 'Build A Pyre (Begin Again)'

Son Lux's jittery new video for the song "Build A Pyre" is an artful testament to ruin and rebirth.

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Tiny Desk

Hozier

Andrew Hozier-Byrne wraps his rich, vital, soulful voice around songs rooted in the blues.