Alan Palomo of Neon Indian performs at Cutting Room Studios in New York City. Erica Torres hide caption

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Neon Indian: Electro-Pop, From Coast To Coast

KEXP

The leader in blog-approved electro-pop performs a live set on KEXP's The Morning Show.

Neon Indian In Studio at KEXP, 08/16/2010

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Stars: Beautiful Pop, Even Better Banter

WFUV On-Air: Music Discovery Starts Here

Listen to live songs and an even livelier interview with the Montreal indie-rock band.

Stars In Studio at WFUV, 06/02/2010

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Ebene Quartet: Genre-Bending At WNYC

WNYC Radio

Hear the versatile French quartet play surf, jazz and classical music in the studio.

Ebene Quartet: Genre-Bending At WNYC

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British folksinger Laura Marling performs in Grand Rapids, Mich., a few days before recording her session at WFUV. Ryan P./Creative Commons hide caption

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Laura Marling: Unsettling And Unexpected

WFUV On-Air: Music Discovery Starts Here

Hear a live set by the 20-year-old heiress to the British folk crown, recorded live at WFUV.

Laura Marling In Studio at WFUV, 05/13/2010

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Midori's Far-Reaching Message Of Music

American Public Media

Hear the busy concert violinist play Bach, Hindemith and Brahms in the APM studio.

Hear Midori's Session In The Performance Today Studio

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Cadillac Sky: Beyond Bluegrass

KUT 90.5

Hear songs from the Texas band's new album, which was recorded at The Black Keys' studio.

Cadillac Sky: Beyond Bluegrass

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Icelandic composer Johann Johannsson (left) and his ACME Quartet perform live on KEXP in Seattle. Jim Bennett hide caption

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Johann Johannsson: The Transporter

KEXP

The Icelandic composer makes music that's as beautiful as his homeland. Listen to the session now.

Hear And Download The Full Session From KEXP

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Jose James: Bringing Back The Jazz Singer

WBGO

The London-based expat updates ballads for the modern jazz fan. Listen to the WBGO session here.

Jose James: Bringing Back The Jazz Singer

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Finnish improvisers Lau Nau (left) and Kuupuu perform on WNYC's Spinning on Air. David Garland hide caption

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Lau Nau & Kuupuu: The Finn Sound From Way Out

WNYC Radio

Two Scandinavian women take folk music to bizarre new places on WNYC's Spinning on Air.

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Retribution Gospel Choir: Fast Is The New Low

The Current

Listen to a high-energy set from the man who popularized slowcore, live on The Current.

Retribution Gospel Choir: Fast Is The New Low

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