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Known for his gruff, tattooed, bearded look and his foot-stomping, sing-along songs, Rateliff has released a soul-baring new solo record.
The band brings its high-energy psychedelic funk to a room packed with characters – including a wizard – in this live performance.
Hear a live performance of "Heather's Letters to Her Mother," a song about a young woman who was murdered while peacefully protesting the Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, Va., in 2017.
The band is made up of five close friends who've been playing together for 10 years. You can hear that sense of close collaboration in this mini-concert.
Harmer's latest record, Are You Gone, is a spiritual successor to an album that came out back in the year 2000: You Were Here.
If you initially dismissed the band as a novelty, then you've missed out on more than 25 years of consistently smart alt-rock greatness.
The daughter of Bobby McFerrin, Madison is like a hypnotist: She creates expansive, atmospheric grooves that grow and bloom, layer by layer.
Gilfillian just released his debut full-length album that showcases his range of influences, from Hendrix to Al Green to Afrobeat, inspired by a recent trip to South Africa.
David Wax Museum and Lowland Hum invite you to shut your eyes for an immersive listening experience.
Led by Michael Coleman, the Charlottesville-based collective writes songs that bring people, ideas and musical styles together.
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