Danger Mouse of Broken Bells performs live at KEXP. Dave Lichterman/KEXP hide caption

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Broken Bells, 'Holding On For Life' (Live)

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Danger Mouse and James Mercer bring their touring band to KEXP to perform "Holding On For Life."

Marissa Nadler performed live for WAMU's Bandwidth. WAMU hide caption

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Marissa Nadler, 'Dead City Emily' (Live)

WAMU's Bandwidth

Watch the gothic folk singer team up with cellist Janel Leppin for a spellbinding performance.

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Spoon: 'Inside Out' (Live)

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Watch Spoon perform "Inside Out," from the new They Want My Soul, live on Morning Becomes Eclectic.

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Parquet Courts, 'Black And White' (Live)

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Watch the Brooklyn band perform with energy and edge, live in the KEXP studios in Seattle.

Nikki Lane performed live on Morning Becomes Eclectic. Libby Pierson/KCRW hide caption

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Nikki Lane, 'All Or Nothin" (Live)

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Watch the Nashville singer perform the tough, twangy title track to her new album, All or Nothin'.

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The Clientele, 'Reflections After Jane' (Live)

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Watch the indie-pop band perform "Reflections After Jane," from its 2000 album Suburban Light.

Spoon at KEXP on July 24, 2014. Dave Lichterman/KEXP hide caption

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Spoon, 'Knock Knock Knock' (Live)

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Watch the pop-rock juggernaut perform "Knock Knock Knock" from its new album, They Want My Soul.

Shelby Lynne visited KCRW's studios to perform "She Knows." Larry Hirshowitz/KCRW hide caption

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Shelby Lynne, 'She Knows' (Live)

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Watch the unpeggable songwriter perform a B-side from her classic album, I Am Shelby Lynne.