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Watch My bubba Play 'Letter' Live At Pickathon

The Scandinavian duo played this hushed folk song at the Oregon summer festival's Lucky Barn stage, a venue for performances that invite you to perk up your ears and listen closely.

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NPR Music's Top 10 Studio Sessions Of 2016

Public radio stations across the country captured hundreds of joyful, intimate sessions this year. Watch a few of our favorites.

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Mondo Cozmo, 'Shine' (Live)


Joshua Ostrander's new project performs the standout pop-rock single live for KCRW.

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Watch Bon Iver Perform Live In A Brooklyn Warehouse

Watch Bon Iver play a full concert, including songs from 22, A Million, at Pioneer Works, a cavernous warehouse in Brooklyn, N.Y.

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Kendrick Lamar, 'God Is Gangsta'

The two-part video for "u" and "For Sale?" tackles issues of race and mental health, as well as the contradictions Lamar faces as a result of his own success.

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Frank Ocean, 'Nikes'

Tyrone Lebon's video for "Nikes" illustrates several different sides of Ocean's psyche, highlighting the ambiguity of sexuality and reality.

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Jamie xx, 'Gosh'

Shot without any CGI or 3D effects, this video deserves recognition for its sheer scale.

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Beyoncé, 'Lemonade'

This short film is the most personal and revealing piece of work Beyoncé's ever created, but what gives it its lasting effect is the beautiful imagery and symbolism throughout.