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Watch Courtney Barnett Play 'Charity' Live In The Studio

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The Australian musician performs an intimate set for KCRW.

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James McMurtry On Mountain Stage

Revered songwriter James McMurtry marks his 12th performance on Mountain Stage with his signature brand of astute, observational storytelling.

James McMurtry On Mountain Stage

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Watch Moby Perform 'Falling Rain And Light' Live In The Studio

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A champion of electronic music long before it surfaced from New York's underground dance scene, Moby's latest record reaches for the vastness of the human experience with that same frenetic energy.

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Math-Rockers Media Jeweler Discover The Key To Success: Hula Hoops

Of course there's a hulu hoop artist named Miss Hoopdidoo. She dances to the finger-tapped guitar and crashing bass of the L.A. band's spindly track.

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Watch Destroyer Perform 'Tinseltown Swimming In Blood' Live In The Studio

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Destroyer, the long-running solo project from The New Pornographer's Dan Bejar, traffics in foggy tales of intimate, modern-American decay. Destroyer's 12th album, 'ken,' showcases those evocations.

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Katie Von Schleicher's 'Mary' Conjures A Quiet Oasis In A Tour Bus

The New York songwriter finds a place of solitude in the Spire Studio Tour Bus to perform "Mary," the quietest song from her magnificent 2017 album, S***** Hits.

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Watch Black Rebel Motorcycle Club Perform 'Echo' Live In The Studio

The LA rockers released their first album in five years this past January. Wrong Creatures veers from garage rock to moaning guitars and atmospheric slow burners, all with a dark edge.

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Patti Smith On Mountain Stage

Rock & Roll Hall of Fame member Patti Smith performs in honor of her late husband, Fred "Sonic" Smith, and helps with his posthumous induction into the West Virginia Music Hall of Fame.

Patti Smith On Mountain Stage

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Watch Sunflower Bean Shred 'Human For' At The Public Radio Day Stage

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The up-and-coming rock trio blasted through a gritty, head-banging version of "Human For" from their recent release Twentytwo In Blue.

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Soccer Mommy's 'Wildflowers' Blooms In A Transcendental Junk Shop

Our South X Lullaby with Soccer Mommy took us away from the frenetic world of the South by Southwest music festival and into "your eccentric uncles attic on steroids," Uncommon Objects.