Favorite Sessions Exclusive studio sessions recorded at public radio stations across the country.

Favorite Sessions

The best studio sessions from your favorite public radio stations
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Watch Helado Negro Perform 'Pais Nublado' Live In The Studio


Helado Negro seamlessly mixes psych-pop and Latin folk, bouncing between English and Spanish on his excellent album This Is How You Smile. Watch a highlight from his recent MBE session "Pais Nublado."

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Watch White Denim Perform 'Shanalala'


Austin-based band White Denim absolutely tore through its live session on Morning Becomes Eclectic with an energy and swagger that bent KCRW's airwaves.

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Watch J.S. Ondara Perform 'Saying Goodbye' Live


J.S. Ondara's musical journey from Nairobi, Kenya to Minneapolis, Minn. is fascinating and impressive.

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Watch Shame Perform 'Lampoon' Live In The Studio


British post-punk band Shame released its debut album, Songs of Praise, earlier this year. The band brought a full-throttle performance to the KCRW studio.

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Watch Hozier Perform 'Nina Cried Power' Live In The Studio


"It's not the song, it's the singing," Hozier proclaims on his latest EP. Listen to him deliver on both counts in this collaborative performance.

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Watch DeVotchKa Perform 'Let Me Sleep' Live In The Studio


Listen to DeVotchKa's recent cinematic record, This Night Falls Forever, translated into a captivating live performance.

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Watch Neil And Liam Finn Perform 'Better To Be'


They've been playing music together for many, many years, but father-son duo Neil and Liam Finn waited until the time was right to record a proper album together.