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Zola Jesus In Concert

Hear the band recorded live from (Le) Poisson Rouge from New York City.

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Other Lives: Strange And Epic Beauty

The minimalist patterns of Philip Glass and Ennio Morricone's enigmatic Spaghetti Western moods infuse this Oklahoma band's inventive compositions.

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Bombino In Concert

The blazing guitar phenomenon from Niger played live at New York's (Le) Poisson Rouge.

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Gabriel Kahane

Hear the agile musician's rigorously crafted songs, which fall somewhere between classical and pop.

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Hospital Ships

Lonely Twin's poppy folk songs and brash rockers are packed with instrumental flourishes and feedback. But in this stripped-down set, Jordan Geiger's beautiful, crushing songs pack an emotional punch.

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Joe Henry

Henry's new Reverie reflects his fearlessly easygoing style, so asking him to sing in a crowded office never felt like an imposition.

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Christian Scott Quintet: Live In Concert


The modern jazz star returns to his alma mater, band in tow, for a live concert webcast.

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Yo-Yo Ma, Edgar Meyer, Chris Thile And Stuart Duncan

The genre-bending cellist heads a dream team of string players in music that borrows from bluegrass.

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Warren Wolf: Live In Concert


The young Baltimore vibraphonist — and drummer, and pianist — struck a resonant chord with his 2011 self-titled album. He travels up the turnpike for a live performance in New York with his band WOLFPAC.

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Lage Lund: Live In Concert


Not long after moving to New York, the Norwegian guitarist found a home for his chops and vision in the jazz scene. He brought a book of tunes and a band of first-call musicians to this live date in downtown Manhattan.