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Sylvan Esso performs for Morning Becomes Eclectic on KCRW. Larry Hirshowitz/KCRW hide caption

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Sylvan Esso, 'H.S.K.T.' (Live)


Amelia Meath's silky voice and Nick Sanborn's electropop beats hit a sweet spot in the KCRW studio.

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Punch Brothers, 'Familiarity' (Live)

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The venturesome band takes you on a journey with a three-part song performed at Boston's House of Blues.

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José González

Performing his first new solo songs in seven years, this soft-spoken Swedish singer left an imprint at the Tiny Desk that was gentle and long lasting.

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Chastity Belt, 'Time to Go Home'


Watch the Seattle natives perform the title track from their latest release, Time to Go Home.

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An acoustic quartet from Kiev, Ukraine whose music encompasses rhythms and sounds from around the world, while remaining joyfully unique. Plus, they wear amazing hats.

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Other Lives, 'Easy Way' (Live)


In a studio performance, the Portland-via-Oklahoma band shows off its orchestral rock sound.

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Mac DeMarco, 'Freaking Out The Neighborhood' (Live)

Watch the Canadian singer swagger through a song perfectly suited to his nighttime set at Pickathon.

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The Suffers, 'Gwan' (Live)


Watch the 10-piece "Gulf Coast soul" band explode with energy behind singer Kam Franklin.

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A Place To Bury Strangers, 'Now It's Over' (Live)


One of New York's loudest bands brings dark melodies and a wild light show to the KEXP studio.

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Sheer Mag, 'Fan The Flames'

The Philly rock band returns after last year's killer single with another that answers the question, "What if we gave this Thin Lizzy riff a disco beat?"