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Neko Case performs her newest album Hell-On live for WFUV Public Radio and NPR Music at Littlefield in Brooklyn, New York. Gus Philippas/WFUV hide caption

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First Listen Live: Neko Case, 'Hell-On'

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From left, Lo Moon's Sam Stewart, Matt Lowell, and Crisanta Baker at WFUV's studios in New York. Kristen Riffert/WFUV hide caption

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Lo Moon And The Art Of The Reveal

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Son Little's new song "The River" is a favorite on WFUV in New York City. Todd Cooper/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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01The River

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