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First Watch: Lisa Hannigan Adrift In 'Undertow'

Watching Lisa Hannigan's new video for "Undertow," we see the singer underwater, a sense of falling and floating captured beautifully.

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The rising R&B star performs three falsetto-drenched highlights from his 2016 debut, Ology — including "Bourbon," which features a guest rap from Chance The Rapper collaborator Saba.

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Watch Parker Millsap Play One For The End Of The World

Millsap delivers a staggering rendition of "The Very Last Day" in a performance recorded for an upcoming episode of Austin City Limits.

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Watch Missy Elliott's Slyly Seductive New Video

When Missy Elliott tells you, "I'm better," you sit down and listen. Or you go through several costume changes on an Afro-futuristic dancefloor and in a disco swimming pool.

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Chinese Shoegaze Duo Dear Eloise Has 'Something Beautiful To Share'

Naomi Yang (Galaxie 500, Damon & Naomi) directs a video for the Beijing husband-and-wife duo's languid and blissfully noisy shoegaze song about finding connection in isolation.

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Watch the Virginia band sweep the NPR crowd off its feet with a collection of exquisite boleros by Puerto Rican composer Sylvia Rexach.

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Watch Ty Segall Play 'Break A Guitar' Live In-Studio

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The prolific garage rocker played the opening cut from his new, self-titled album live for KCRW.

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Gallant Goes Global In New Song, 'Cave Me In'

The fast-rising R&B singer meets Eric Nam and Tablo, themselves both stars in South Korea, on the nighttime streets of Hong Kong in this new video.

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The Dove & The Wolf's Hopeful 'Seven Days' Gets Gorgeous Video

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Not long after Paloma Gil and Lou Hayat returned home to Paris, the Bataclan theater was attacked. In the video, a dancer improvises to the shimmering "Seven Days" in an empty warehouse.

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What Are You Gonna Do Between The Songs?

In the new video for Split Single's "Untry Love," singer Jason Narducy tries out a plethora of tricks for entertaining the audience in those moments when he's not actually playing music.

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Charlotte Day Wilson's 'Work' Gets A Video Of Quiet Solidarity

Released after the Women's March this past weekend, the singer's new video for "Work" features a group of women, genderqueer and trans folks from Wilson's Toronto community.

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Ladies And Gentlemen, No Joy's 'Califone' Is Floating In Space

The shoegaze duo turns down the noise for bustling dream-pop on its new single, accompanied by a video featuring guitars dropped like bombs from a fighter jet and Jasamine White-Gluz's floating head.

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First Watch: Yumi Zouma, 'Barricade (Matter Of Fact)'

Watch a gravity-defying video from a band whose songs often represent momentary respites from reality.

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Watch Rapper Eric Biddines Destroy His Ego In A Snowy Woods

The bouncy, Upgrayde-produced song takes its onomatopoeic title from the sound of a speeding bullet.