With sharp songwriting and constant touring, the Bowerbirds trio of North Carolina are turning heads around the country. They play from their debut album, Hymns for a Dark Horse.
The jazzy, soulful singer-songwriter talks about her new album, and her future in jazz and beyond.
The New York City indie-pop artist got her break when Old Navy used her song in a commercial.
The soft-spoken artist finds a quiet place to perform two songs in the Blanton Museum.
Singer-songwriter Casey Dienel talks about making the transition from solo artist to bandleader.
The British electro-pop band Hot Chip tweaks old sounds in its new songs.
Jack Johnson is back with a dark, electric record, Sleep Through the Static.
The "new rave" band plays a heavy-handed dose of pop with a dance-punk kick.
The Whigs are leading a return to All-American Rock with their new record, Mission Control.
The band Ida stops by to play some songs from their new album, Lovers Prayers.