The Current Sessions®

Live Performances from The Current

Dan Deacon performs in The Current studios


Dan Deacon

If you've ever seen a live Dan Deacon show, you know just how much creative power he has over his audience. As soon as the first note drops, the floor becomes mayhem, turning into a ritualistic affair. Deacon's music invokes a wide variety of emotions, but first and foremost his music elicits uninhibited joy. His process and love for audience participation translates from stage to record, and even with his recent performance for The Current, it's difficult for your body not to pulse with the rhythm.

Matt & Kim record four songs exclusively for The Current


Matt & Kim

Brooklyn-based indie dance duo Matt & Kim have been kicking up a thrilling DIY synth-pop racket for seven years now. They recorded a few tracks live exclusively for The Current, including a free download of "Now"!

A.C. Newman performs in The Current studio


A.C. Newman in-studio

Famous for his work with The New Pornographers, A.C. Newman is making a name for his own name with his solo career. Listen to his in-studio session.

Snow Patrol performs in The Current studio


Snow Patrol

Snow Patrol's major label debut vaulted them to global alt-rock stardom in 2003. Currently on an extensive tour, they stopped by the studios for a session with Mary Lucia.

Passion Pit performs in The Current studio


Passion Pit

Passion Pit, the indie electro-pop project of Cambridge, Mass.-based songwriter Michael Angelakos, broke through with 2009's devastatingly catchy single "The Reeling" and returned this year with a sophomore album.

Daughter performs in The Current studio


Daughter

While in town to play at the 7th St. Entry, London-based indie folk band Daughter stopped by The Current studio to chat with Bill DeVille and perform a few songs.

Sea Wolf performs in The Current studio


Sea Wolf

Los Angeles' Sea Wolf are a vehicle for singer-songwriter Alex Church, whose emotive and lyrically nuanced indie folk has earned him a sizable following.