It’s hard to convey the sound of two people in love, but Lowland Hum does that effortlessly. The married couple’s music is mostly unadorned and pure, with considerable attention to detail.
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A well-known Israeli singer, formerly with a folkish rock band called Asaf Avidan & The Mojos, Avidan has a new record and no U.S. record label to put it out. But he’s on a solo tour that’s stunning.
Watch as Vivian McConnell’s powerful voice fills an Adams Morgan back alley during a beautiful performance of ‘Timeshare’.
The four guys in the Louisiana band buck a long streak of bad luck on the road and make it to the NPR Music offices for a memorable performance.
The Welsh singer’s set conveys loneliness and doubt with just two guitars and an inviting whisper. These three songs from Mug Museum work well stripped-down — not that there was much excess in the original versions to begin with.
Since wrapping up his time as guitarist in Baltimore’s Ponytail, Dustin Wong has certainly kept busy. Last year, Wong released…
Watch the synth-powered Baltimore rock band perform “Seasons (Waiting on You)” for KCRW’s Morning Becomes Eclectic earlier this month, with the aid of new drummer Mike Lowry.
From wedding songs to American rock ‘n’ roll to the occasional James Bond theme, the joyous Balkan brass band plays at a pace that would make the Ramones burst into a sweat.
The Seattle folk duo’s new song, “Down in the Lonesome Draw,” is about searching for work and opportunity — a relevant topic for musicians and music lovers alike. Watch Morrison and West perform the song live for FolkAlley.com.
Electronic duo Sylvan Esso is a collaboration between vocalist Amelia Meath of folk trio Mountain Man, and producer Nick Sanborn,…
Whether you are listening on headphones or through stereo speakers, Dana Falconberry’s music tends to inspire a nostalgia for the…
This three-song set features a 2014 tune called “Greens and Blues,” a song yet to make it onto a Pixies release called “Silver Snail,” and 1989’s “Monkey Gone to Heaven,” which melted hearts and seared minds with a new memory from a time long past.
In its latest video, the band finds itself fretting about the trappings of adulthood: fears about making enough money, learning valuable life lessons and caring for their children.
Without her backing band, the expressive, powerful singer previews songs from her new album, Burn Your Fire for No Witness. Watch her and you’ll see calm in her eyes; listen to her and you’ll sense torment in her heart.
Among other things, Daft Punk is up for Album of the Year, the Beatles will get a Lifetime Achievement award and Madonna and Beyoncé might perform together.
Neither had Pacman nor Peso had ever been far from D.C., but in December the young rappers — born Anthony…
The recently reunited band’s funky, fleshed-out sound wouldn’t seem to lend itself to vastly stripped-down arrangements. But The Dismemberment Plan exudes playfulness and wry charm throughout these three songs from this year’s Uncanney Valley.