The D.C. band’s emotional song, inspired by the story of a real-life couple, gets an abstract, mood-driven video to evoke feelings of anxiety and distress.
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It’s not hard for the legendary musician and songwriter to pick his favorite Beach Boys song.
In a video set to a country-tinged melody with flourishes of lap steel and ambient underbrush, Tyler scrambles eggs, gets his nails done and hits up his favorite dive in Nashville.
See a singer with a powerful voice and extremely encouraging message — words to be not just sung but shouted from the rooftops.
The Icelandic trio creates a rich, textured blend of breathy vocals and glitchy beats. Watch their first U.S. radio performance, live on KEXP.
For this week’s Throw Back Thursday we go back to the summer of 2009 and a stirring set of songs by The Tallest Man on Earth.
Towing an apparatus that’s both percussion instrument and light show, the duo performs “Bodyache” live in the studio.
I already thought Akoko couldn’t get any cooler, and now I know I was wrong, because the D.C. hip-hop duo’s…
Watch the Swedish-Argentine singer perform “Let It Carry You,” a stunningly beautiful song from Vestiges And Claws, live in the studio.
The acoustic guitarist’s “Song For The Setting Sun II” boldly leaps around a sunlit room in Stratford Hall, home to four generations of Virginia’s Lee family.
Update, June 3: Feedel Band is also scheduled to play D.C.’s Our City Festival on June 5. Original post: The…
The L.A. hip-hop duo reaches a high point in its Pickathon set with “Tuxedo Rap.”
The trio packs the studio with horns, strings and percussion to achieve its big, layered sound.
Virginia-reared vocalist Kali Uchis really loves American cars and early ’70s vibes, and her new video for “Rush” — a…
Warning: Explicit lyrics. The first song from new D.C. electronic trio Brutalism was a tough act to follow: “Friday Night…
Amelia Meath’s silky voice and Nick Sanborn’s electropop beats hit a sweet spot in the KCRW studio.
Coming out of the fertile college scene in New Paltz, New York, punk-pop bands Diet Cig and Earl Boykins sound…
Performing his first new solo songs in seven years, this soft-spoken Swedish singer left an imprint at the Tiny Desk that was gentle and long lasting.
Watch the Seattle natives perform the title track from their latest release, Time to Go Home.
One of New York’s loudest bands brings dark melodies and a wild light show to the KEXP studio.