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KCRW Presents: Benjamin Gibbard

KCRW

Seemingly everyone is talking about The Postal Service's impending reunion tour. To help ramp up the anticipation, here's a video of singer Benjamin Gibbard performing "Teardrop Windows" live on KCRW.

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Wild Nothing: Dream-Pop's Leading Light

WFUV On-Air: Music Discovery Starts Here

Singer Jack Tatum writes hazy reveries that reflect the shimmer of early-'80s Manchester pop. Watch Tatum and his band perform "Nocturne" live at WFUV's New York City studios.

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World Cafe

Brian Eno On World Cafe

Eno has left an indelible footprint on the popular-music landscape as a producer, a composer and an early innovator in ambient music. Speaking with World Cafe host David Dye, he looks back on his career and discusses his latest album, Lux.

Brian Eno On World Cafe

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John Mark Nelson: A Teenager With Serious Talent

The Current

The 19-year-old Twin Cities songwriter has an ear for whimsical melodies and ornate arrangements. Watch Nelson and his cadre of teenage friends make their debut on The Current, with "Reminisce."

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Song Travels

Ryan Bingham On 'Song Travels'

The Oscar winner performs songs with a roadhouse feel, including his own "As I Do My Dancing."

Hear Ryan Bingham On 'Song Travels'

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Marian McPartland's Piano Jazz

Randy Weston On Piano Jazz

Weston returns to Piano Jazz with host Marian McPartland to perform "A Ballad for T.," "Little Niles" and "African Lady."

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World Cafe

A.C. Newman On World Cafe

XPN

Hear The New Pornographers' singer play songs from his latest solo album, Shut Down the Streets, and discuss his new approach to songwriting.

A.C. Newman On World Cafe

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The Amazing On World Cafe

XPN

Hear the Swedish folk-rock supergroup play songs from its latest album, Gentle Stream.

The Amazing On World Cafe

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Pianist Daniil Trifonov: Disappearing Into Chopin

WGBH Radio

Hear the 21-year-old Russian play Chopin etudes, colorful Fairy Tales by Nikolai Medtner and an explosive arrangement of music from Stravinsky's Firebird at the WGBH studios in Boston.

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KCRW Presents: Menahan Street Band

KCRW

One of Brooklyn's funkiest bands recently took to the West Coast to visit KCRW and perform live on Morning Becomes Eclectic. Watch the Menahan Street Band perform "Make the Road By Walking."