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Video: Horse Lords' Hypnotic 'Truthers' Will Blast Your Noodle

The Baltimore group makes body music influenced by Saharan desert blues, krautrock, jazz and the band Television. Watch a rhythmic cascade of glitchy shapes and letters in the video for "Truthers."

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Florist

Emily Sprague performs three quiet, delicate songs in the NPR Music offices with help from members of New York's Epoch collective.

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Peter Frampton

Forty years after the classic album Frampton Comes Alive!, Peter Frampton brings his songs and his voice (but no talk box) to the Tiny Desk. We couldn't help but sing along.

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Amy Helm On Mountain Stage

The singer-songwriter is best known for collaborations with her late father, The Band's Levon Helm. Here, Amy Helm performs songs from her first solo album.

Amy Helm On Mountain Stage

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Sister Sparrow & The Dirty Birds

The New York band's punchy horn section, bluesy vocals and uniquely transformative harmonica solos instantly demand attention.

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Julia Holter

The most minute details suddenly become a grandiose spectacle in Julia Holter's cosmic cabaret. Her new arrangements at the NPR Music offices unravel amid moments of both quiet and bombast.

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Kevin Morby, 'Motors Runnin" (Live)

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With a Dylan-esque drawl and jangly guitar hooks, Morby plays "Motors Runnin'" live in Oregon.