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The Current

Dosh: A Swirling, Hypnotic Mass Of Noise

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Multi-instrumentalist Martin Dosh has been playing around the Twin Cities for years. He recently stopped by The Current's studio with an assortment of tools to craft a live version of "Golden Silver."

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KCRW Presents: Beachwood Sparks


The L.A. rock band brings its retro alt-country sound to the KCRW studio for a performance on Morning Becomes Eclectic. Watch the group perform the title cut from its new album, Tarnished Gold.

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Renaud Garcia-Fons

The renowned double bassist from France demonstrates his love of classical, jazz and flamenco while performing solo behind the Tiny Desk. Watch Garcia-Fons thump, strum and loop his way through three mesmerizing songs.

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Doug Paisley: The Outcast's Apostle

Taking a break from performing at Oregon's Pickathon Music Festival, the folk-rock guitarist fingerpicks a gorgeous tune about living and loving in exile. Watch Paisley perform "Two Like Us."


KCRW Presents: Alt-J


Watch the English band perform in KCRW's studios. Singer Joe Newman's relaxed delivery provides a nice complement to the band's tight instrumentation. Here, watch the alt-J perform "Breezeblocks."

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The Avett Brothers: Hot Tea And Honey


Situated on a tour bus in a parking lot in Camden, N.J., Seth and Scott Avett perform their new single: "Live and Die," a song which lends itself to the pair's acoustic-guitar-and-banjo interplay.

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Rebecca Gates: The Spinanes' Star Floats On

The former leader of the '90s indie-rock band The Spinanes recently released her first album in 11 years. Watch Gates perform a new song from the record, "&&&," live at the opbmusic studios.

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Rufus Wainwright

Somehow, we managed to fit a glossy black Yamaha upright piano behind the Tiny Desk. Then we tuned it and waited for some glorious moments. By the time Wainwright reached the middle of his final song, "Montauk," there were few dry eyes among the NPR employees and guests.

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Hot Chip: An Invitation To Sweat

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Watch Hot Chip, sans producer Joe Goddard (he flew in late because he's a new dad), perform "Night and Day," in The Current studios, the day before the band embarked on its North American tour.


KCRW Presents: thenewno2


Dhani Harrison formed thenewno2 in the period that followed the passing of his father, George. Joining KCRW for a special session, he gives a flawless, uplifting performance of "Staring Out To Sea."

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The Zombies

Predicting music that will survive the ages just isn't possible. In a stripped-down performance at the NPR Music office, founding members Rod Argent and Colin Blunstone still have the chemistry that began 51 years ago, playing classics like "She's Not There."