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The group crafts a mix of indie pop and neo-soul on its new album, More Than Just a Dream.
The Swiss-German duo's sweet, honest and enchanting sound shines on its debut album, Mutual Friends.
The North Carolina band performs powerful, country-tinged songs from its new album, Miracle Temple.
The band plays dour but beautiful songs from its brand-new album, Trouble Will Find Me.
The singer-songwriter combines soul, blues and punk on his blistering new album, Head in the Dirt.
The newly independent California band plays songs from its new record, Stories Don't End, and singer-songwriter Taylor Goldsmith talks about the inspiration behind the album.
The Scottish rock band performs punchy, driving anthems from its latest album, Pedestrian Verse.
Jasmine Garsd introduces a melancholy, mischievous genre from the port city of Veracruz, Mexico.
The Portland band's raw, bluesy rockabilly sound shines on its latest album, Untamed Beast.
Joseph Arthur and Pearl Jam's Jeff Ament team up for their new album as RNDM, titled Acts.
The singers perform classic Everly Brothers tunes from their new album, What the Brothers Sang.
The death-obsessed singer-songwriter explores a dark, folk-infused sound on her new album, Wheel.
The My Morning Jacket singer performs songs from the soulful Regions of Light and Sound of God, his first solo release under his own name, and discusses an accident that left him bedridden.
The indefatigable music mogul reflects on his more than six decades in the music industry.
The singer, songwriter and Rock and Roll Hall of Famer plays three songs from his new album, Time.
The virtuoso pedal-steel band plays songs from its debut album, Robert Randolph Presents The Slide Brothers, and discusses its transition from performing in churches to playing clubs.
Singer Matthew Houck shares intimate, country-tinged songs from his band's latest album, Muchacho.
The Seattle chamber-pop band plays agreeably hooky songs from its new album, Lines We Trace.
The British singer-songwriter plays songs from his quiet and introspective new album Tooth & Nail, inspired by the collection of Woody Guthrie songs he produced with Wilco in 1998.