The Current Sessions®

Live Performances from The Current

Charles Bradley live at SXSW


Charles Bradley

Eccentric soul man Charles Bradley brought his A-game to the SXSW radio day stage. Hear his entire performance and find out why they call him "The Screaming Eagle of Soul."

Pickwick live at SXSW


Pickwick

Touring behind their debut full-length album "Can't Talk Medicine," Pickwick wowed the radio day stage attendees with their blend of soulful garage rock.

Divine Fits live at SXSW


Divine Fits

Hear the entire session from Indie-rock super group Divine Fits at our Public Radio Rocks day party.

Vampire Weekend live at SXSW


Vampire Weekend

Vampire Weekend capped off our live broadcast from the radio day stage at South by Southwest. Hear their entire set, including new material from their forthcoming album.

Alt-J, Live In Concert: SXSW 2013


Alt-J

The Mercury Prize-winning band from Cambridge, England, capped NPR Music's SXSW showcase at Stubb's in Austin, and they shut it down in style.

Anonymous Choir performs in The Current studios


Anonymous Choir

Dark Dark Dark's Nona Marie started her Anonymous Choir back in 2011, featuring a rotating cast of female musicians and close friends, some of which had never performed in a band before. The result is a gorgeous, stirring and stripped-down project focused solely on covers of their favorite musicians.

Rising stars Atlas Genius perform in The Current studio


Atlas Genius

Adelaide, Australia's Atlas Genius got signed to Warner Brothers in the wake of the success of their sleek, melodic indie-rock tune "Trojans," released as a single back in 2011. The quartet gave us a taste of their evolving sound on last summer's Through the Glass EP, and just a couple of weeks ago they released their debut LP When It Was Now.

Tegan & Sara return to The Current for a great performance


Tegan and Sara

Canadian twin-sister duo Tegan and Sara are one of indie-pop's most celebrated acts, having released seven full-length albums over nearly two decades as musical collaborators. They've also been longtime Current favorites, and returned to The Current for the third time for a chat with The Morning Show's Steve Seel and Jill Riley and a performance.