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Lucy Dacus

The Virginia musician writes songs that can be thoughtful, playful and powerful, with tremendous arrangements from guitarist Jacob Blizard. Watch Dacus and her band perform three songs from No Burden.

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Xenia Rubinos

On Black Terry Cat and in the NPR Music offices, Rubinos' music uses her Afro-Caribbean roots as a jumping-off point for inventive, provocative songs.

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Wild Belle, "Dreamland" (Live)

The brother-sister duo recalls its hometown of Chicago in the title track from its album Dreamland.

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Roosevelt, 'Fever'

The German producer captures youth, boredom and adventure in a wistful pop song whose video follows three teenagers as they stumble aimlessly into chaos.

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John Congleton And The Nighty Nite

These are not songs to shock, but songs to remind us of our fragility, our faults, our instincts and what an extraordinary thing it is to be an ordinary phenomenal nothing.

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Gregory Porter

Watch an entrancing set by the decorated soul singer, who'd visited NPR on a difficult day. Porter's music can be serious and heartwarming, but it never loses its sense of wonder and delight.

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Chris Forsyth & The Solar Motel Band

There's a point when a jam is just a jam, but when a jam becomes a journey... man. Here, the instrumental rock band turns and churns its long-form compositions into new forms.

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Michael Kiwanuka, 'The Final Frame' (Live)

The U.K. soul singer took time off after the release of his 2012 debut to figure out what he really wanted to say next. Watch him perform "The Final Frame" live for KCRW's Morning Becomes Eclectic.

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Jane Bunnett

The Canadian jazz multi-instrumentalist performs in the NPR Music offices with some of the top young women musicians in Cuba.

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Valley Queen

For a band with only a few Bandcamp singles under its belt, Valley Queen plays with nuance and depth, rooted in a California country sound. At the Tiny Desk, the group played three unreleased songs.