The Rhode Island band The Low Anthem recorded its latest album, Smart Flesh, in an abandoned pasta sauce factory. Flesh is full of haunting, brooding Americana played on various vintage instruments. Hear the quartet play songs from their most recent album in a studio session with WFUV.
After meeting at an art residency in Greece, Los Angeles' Grouplove pooled their resources to record the sessions from their trip. Now with a debut EP and a soaring live show, Grouplove hit the KEXP stage at Mellow Johnny's Bike Shop in Austin.
You had to get up pretty early in the morning to catch Van Etten play this solo acoustic set on the first day at SXSW. Luckily, KUT in Austin was there to record. Hear one of 2010's breakout artists perform four stripped-down songs from her album, Epic.
With British rock group Gomez taking a few years in between albums, its lead singer decided the time was right to unleash his own songs on the world. The distinctive vocalist chats with WFUV's Rita Houston and performs live in the studio.
The decorated Minneapolis roots-rock band returns with a new album and tour this summer. The Jayhawks recently got back into the swing of things with a performance on KEXP's The Morning Show with John Richards.
Nature may contain the best answer to every problem, but it was innovator Buckminster Fuller who created a portmanteau to explain it: DYnamic MAXimum tensION. A jazz quartet sets Fuller's principles, and a photographer's images, to sound.