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First Watch: Black To Comm, 'Hands'

Marc Richter's music curves in multiple planes. Fittingly, the surreal and oddly moving video for "Hands" does the same.

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Wolf Alice, 'Moaning Lisa Smile' (Live)

KCRW

Watch the North London four-piece showcase their tougher, grittier rock sound.

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Dan Deacon

The Tiny Desk becomes a DJ booth for an office space dance party. See Deacon perform three songs from his new album for an assortment of joyfully writhing public media personnel.

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Zola Jesus

With her huge voice and an assist from talented trombonist Daniel Walter Eaton, Nika Roza Danilova offers up a curious combination in the NPR Music offices.

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Steve Earle, 'King Of The Blues' (Live)

KEXP

Watch the Texas singer-songwriter pay tribute to the blues artists who preceded and inspired him.

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First Watch: The Granite Shore, 'Backstage At The Ballroom'

The bouncing, six-minute waltz is a luxuriant piece of English chamber-pop, paired with black-and-white footage edited from old variety shows, circus acts and musicals.

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Father John Misty, 'I Love You, Honeybear' (Live)

KCRW

Watch the folk-rock singer-songwriter as he passionately performs the title song from his new album.

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First Watch: Ilyas Ahmed, 'Come On'

Watch a black-and-white 16mm video for an airy folk song that's at once warming and unsettling.

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Hiss Golden Messenger, 'Blue Country Mystic' (Live)

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M.C. Taylor and his band perform one of the finest songs in Hiss Golden Messenger's growing discography, live in WAMU's studios in Washington, D.C.

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Bass Drum Of Death, 'Get Found' (Live)

KEXP

The Mississippi garage-punk band figuratively tears down the walls as part of a groundbreaking ceremony at KEXP's new space.