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Watch Jim James Perform 'No Secrets' Live In The Studio

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The psychedelic rock musician unleashes raw, unfiltered energy at the KCRW Studios.

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Steve Earle & The Dukes On Mountain Stage

In his sixth appearance on Mountain Stage since 1996, Earle brings songs from 'So You Wannabe an Outlaw?' his latest collection of new material.

Steve Earle & The Dukes On Mountain Stage

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Stream The 2018 Pickathon This Weekend

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Stream the 2018 Pickathon and enjoy performances from today's hottest bands.

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Watch Eels Perform 'You Are The Shining Light' Live In The Studio

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Eels deliver a weighty and heated performance of "You Are The Shining Light" in the KCRW Studios.

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Watch Dirty Projectors Perform 'I Found It In U' Live In The Studio

The indie rock band delivers a bouncy performance, brightening the studios at KCRW.

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The Goon Sax Channel Talking Heads And Scott Walker In New Video

Fans of early Talking Heads albums, listen up. This group of teenagers from Brisbane could be your favorite new band.

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Brent Cowles Experiencing 'Cold Times' In Hot Texas

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Colorado singer Brent Cowles performs a bare-boned rendition of "Cold Times."

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Watch Greta Van Fleet Perform 'Safari Song' Live In The Studio

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The fresh-faced, rock demi-gods deliver an electrifying performance at KCRW's Morning Becomes Eclectic.

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Brent Cowles Takes Us Back To That Emotional Night At '9th And Lafayette'

The Colorado Sound

The Colorado singer revisits an emotional breakup that he carries sonically with encapsulating harmonies and tear jerking guitar melodies.

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Chuck Prophet on Mountain Stage

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With eight electrifying appearances at Mountain Stage, rock and roll romantic Chuck Prophet delivers a stunning performance reminding us who pioneered psychedelic Americana.

Chuck Prophet on Mountain Stage

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