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Public Image Ltd.: Re-imagining Eden

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After more than three decades, John Lydon and his re-formed PiL still perform with conviction. Here, they visit The Current in the Twin Cities to perform songs from their first album since 1992.

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KCRW Presents: Twin Shadow

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George Lewis Jr. could barely stand during his recent visit to Morning Becomes Eclectic, but that didn't stop him from performing. Watch Twin Shadow deliver "Golden Light" in the KCRW studios.

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KCRW Presents: The Tallest Man On Earth

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Huge-voiced Swedish singer-songwriter Kristian Matsson stops by KCRW's Morning Becomes Eclectic studios and gives a stunning performance of "1904," from this year's There's No Leaving Now.

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Calexico: A Beautiful Breakup Song

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The genre-bending Arizona band, led by Joey Burns and John Convertino, released a fine record this fall called Algiers. Watch the group perform the album's first single, "Splitter."

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Deep Sea Diver: Making The Most Of A Fresh Start

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After a series of dead ends, singer Jessica Dobson joined a number of touring groups, including The Shins, and her solo career began to take off. Here, her band Deep Sea Diver performs "NWO."

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KCRW Presents: Hot Chip

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The British electro-pop band drops by the KCRW studios to perform on Morning Becomes Eclectic. Watch them play "Look At Where We Are," the sweetest single from their latest album, In Our Heads.

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Night Moves: Laurel Canyon, By Way Of Minnesota

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The latest addition to the Domino Records roster conjures the laid-back rock of Southern California. Watch Night Moves perform "Country Queen," the first single from their debut album.

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Michael Kiwanuka: How To 'Tell A Tale'

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When we look back on 2012, Michael Kiwanuka might well emerge as the year's most distinctive new voice. Watch the British singer perform "Tell Me a Tale" at The Current's studios in the Twin Cities.

KCRW Presents: Milo Greene

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Milo Greene is one of the most promising bands in L.A. The quintet has a folk-rock sound that's laid back, yet bursting with vibrant energy. Watch them perform "1957" in KCRW's studios.