Live in Concert Live performances from some of today's best bands.

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First Listen Live: Real Estate, 'Atlas'

Real Estate's shimmering pop-rock seems to echo out of the past with melancholy beauty. Watch the band perform its third album, Atlas, in its entirety at New York's SubCulture.

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ScHoolboy Q

Watch the Los Angeles rapper perform a loose-limbed, spontaneous and unpretentious set, including a singalong for surprise guest Ab-Soul at New York's Le Poisson Rouge on Feb. 23.

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Cut Copy, Live In Concert

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The beloved Australian electro-pop band performed to a packed house at Le Poisson Rouge to celebrate NPR Music's new electronic dance music show Metropolis. Watch the entire 10-song set.

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Sound Opinions Presents Savages, Live In Concert

Watch the post-punk band's live concert at Chicago's Lincoln Hall in its entirety, presented by Sound Opinions.

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Bill Callahan, Live In Concert

Bill Callahan's performance, at a historic synagogue in Washington, D.C., unfolded on a cool autumn night.

Bill Callahan, Live In Concert

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Marijuana Deathsquads, Live In Concert

See the Minneapolis-based noise-rock band's unforgettable set from the 9:30 Club in Washington, D.C.

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Tourist., Live In Concert

The London-based producer is known for creating emotive, slightly swampy remixes, and was recently signed to Disclosure's new label. Here, Tourist. performs live at Mountain Oasis 2013.

Tourist., Live In Concert

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Disclosure, Live In Concert

It's been a pretty big year for Brit producers (and brothers) Guy and Howard Lawrence. The electronic duo, better known as Disclosure, released their debut album, to great fanfare.

Disclosure, Live In Concert

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Gary Numan, Live In Concert

Gary Numan is considered a pioneer of synth-based electronic music who has often featured a heavy rock influence. For this special set, Numan performed a number of classic hits, as well as new tracks.

Gary Numan, Live In Concert

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Jherek Bischoff, Live In Concert

Jherek Bischoff is known for pushing the limits of orchestral music. For this special set for the Mountain Oasis Electronic Music Summit, Bischoff worked with four local Asheville, N.C. musicians.

Jherek Bischoff, Live In Concert

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