Glasvegas played with only two members for a sort of ambient-inspired folk sound at The Current.
Glasvegas in Studio on The Current 4/7/09
The California-bred, New Orleans-based roots-rocker refines the spirit of Southern swamp-pop.
Eric Lindell in Studio on World Cafe 4/30/09
Keene has earned acclaim for his hook-writing mastery and thunderous guitar work.
Tommy Keene in Studio on World Cafe 4/30/09
The band's ethereal debut, Alpinisms, finds it with its collective head in the clouds.
School of Seven Bells in Studio on World Cafe 4/29/09
Dr. Ike showcases forgotten legends at his New Orleans roots-music festival, Ponderosa Stomp.
Dr. Ike On The Icons Of Ponderosa Stomp
The one-time playwright has turned to vivid pop music, and independently released his debut.
Web-Only Outtake: Oren Lavie Performs 'Trouble Don't Rhyme'
The Brooklyn band recently brought its intriguing musical blend to KEXP's New York studio.
The Mugs in Studio on KEXP 1/29/09
Or, how Robert Barber met Mary Pearson — and formed a successful electronic music duo.
Listen Now: High Places On WNYC's Soundcheck
Authentic, blunt and powerful: The Black Keys' Dan Auerbach looks inward on his first solo album.
Dan Auerbach: A Black Key Plays Solo
The Irish singer explores rich folk-pop textures on her hand-sewn debut, Sea Sew.
Lisa Hannigan in Studio on World Cafe 4/24/09