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  • WAMU's Bandwidth Presents: Frankie Cosmos

    Lo-fi songwriter Greta Kline and her band stop by Bandwidth's Wilderness Bureau studio in Washington, D.C., to perform in a pile of balloons. Watch Frankie Cosmos perform "On the Lips."

  • Do Female-Named Hurricanes Need To Lean In?

    A new study shows storms with female names aren't taken as seriously as storms with male names. You know what that means: time to give advice to lady hurricanes about being better hurricanes.

  • KEXP Presents: tUnE-yArDs

    Merrill Garbus brings her five-piece band into KEXP's Seattle studio to play songs from her new album, Nikki Nack. Watch tUnE-yArDs perform "Real Thing."

  • WFUV Presents: Sharon Van Etten

    Van Etten recently played a secret show for fans of New York public radio station WFUV at a tiny Lower East Side club called Rockwood Music Hall. Watch her perform "Taking Chances" from Are We There.

  • Pop Culture Happy Hour: Recycling Franchises And Judging Books By Their Covers

    The scheduled return of Sailor Moon inspires the gang to discuss the way franchises keep coming back around for new generations. Then it's on to book and album covers ¿ and what's making us happy.

  • Elbow On World Cafe

    The U.K. band plays an acoustic set of songs from its latest album, The Take Off and Landing of Everything.

  • KCRW Presents: Thomas Dybdahl

    The Norwegian singer-songwriter's music has been in heavy rotation on KCRW's airwaves. Watch Dybdahl perform the station's favorite song of the moment, "This Love Is Here To Stay."

  • Laura Cantrell On World Cafe

    Hear the alt-country singer perform three songs in the studio and chat with host David Dye.

  • KEXP Presents: Lykke Li

    The Swedish star recently performed a gorgeous live session at KEXP's studio in Seattle. Watch a moving version of "I Never Learn," from her new album of the same name.

  • The Current Presents: Stephen Malkmus & The Jicks

    Watch the former Pavement frontman perform "Chartjunk," a highlight of his recent album Wig Out at Jagbags, live in The Current's St. Paul studios.