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Watch: Anna Von Hausswolff Digs Into 'The Mysterious Vanishing Of Electra'

Like the pipe organ she commands at harrowing volumes and in disquiet drones, her howls rattle and shake with a sublime elasticity.

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Watch Sunflower Bean Perform 'I Was A Fool' Live At Pickathon

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Watch the Brooklyn band perform a beautiful new song from the upcoming Twentytwo In Blue, recorded live on a warm Saturday evening in Oregon.

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Pere Ubu On Mountain Stage

Twenty-six years after its first appearance on Mountain Stage, the eccentric rock band played songs from its latest album, 20 Years In A Montana Missile Silo.

Pere Ubu On Mountain Stage

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Watch Elbow Perform 'All Disco' Live In The Studio

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Watch the U.K. band perform a track from its latest release Little Fictions, an album about the joy of new love and fatherhood.

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Watch Big Thief Perform 'Mythological Beauty' In 360 Degrees

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The Brooklyn folk-rock band performs a powerful story-song about family and pain live in the KCRW studio.

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Watch Big Thief's Full Performance At Gateway City Arts

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During an intimate show by the canals of downtown Holyoke, Mass., the band played songs from both Masterpiece and Capacity.

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Birthing Hips' 'Internet' Is Beautifully Deranged

The Boston band makes brainy, noisy punk that reflects sonic adventure and technical mastery. "Internet," from its album Urge To Merge, shows off the group's flair for the uncanny.

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Love Is A Stage Production In Dirty Projectors' 'Up In Hudson' Video

The Dirty Projectors' grandiose, eight-minute masterpiece gets a surreal, quirky video.

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Bad History Month's 'Warm Recollection' Of Love And Death

Songwriter Sean Bean says "A Warm Recollection," from the band's new album Dead And Loving It, is about "the high stakes of living life in the face of certain death."

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Pere Ubu On Mountain Stage

As their return to Mountain Stage approaches, revisit this 1991 performance by the trend-setting "Avant Garage" rockers.

Pere Ubu On Mountain Stage

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