Dan Auerbach performs in The Current studio


Dan Auerbach wants to make records like RZA of the Wu Tang Clan. Like RZA, Auerbach takes his influences and feeds them into music except he takes it into another direction to make his gritty, soulful blues on his new solo album "Keep it Hid."

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Anni Rossi performs in The Current studio


To say that Anni Rossi has given new life to the viola is an understatement. Together with her alternative folk style and lilting vocals, Rossi has reinvented the way this classical instrument is typically used and given new light to how Americana music is structured and presented.

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All The Saints perform in The Current studios


The music of All the Saints, a three-piece rock band, seems to tie together loose ends of rock eras past and future. The driving sound of these Atlanta natives crashes metal into grunge into fuzz, creating a dark, pulsing sound that demands attention.

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Antony and the Johnsons perform in The Current studio


The dynamic musical careers of Antony and the Johnsons has already accelerated into 2009 with their new CD, "The Crying Light." With a voice that has been described as both haunting and inspiring, Antony has crossed boundaries through his music both artistically and socially since the band's first release in 1998.

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Alela Diane performs in The Current studios


Growing her sounds out of her native California, Alena Diane has grown her sound from the West Coast through Europe since emerging on the music scene. In her sophomore album, "To Be Still," Alena further demonstrates her purposeful, penetrating sound.

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Ben Kweller performs in The Current studios


He's been called everything from balladeer to punk rocker, anti-folker to indie-popper. On his twelfth birthday, he received his first electric guitar and in 1993 started his first punk band, Radish. They broke up in 1999 and Ben Kweller moved to Brooklyn, New York to embark on a solo career.

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Michigander perform a seven-song #MicroShow set at Icehouse

Michigander - MicroShow

"It's good to be playing music again," said Jason Singer of Detroit's Michigander, who took the stage at Icehouse in Minneapolis with a seven-song #MicroShow set from across their discography, including tracks from their latest release, 'Everything Will Be OK Eventually'.

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Ya Tseen discuss collaborating in a spaceship, and not getting precious about it


Ya Tseen, the newest project from the multi-disciplinary Indigenous artist Nicholas Galanin, joins The Current to play songs from their debut record Indian Yard. Galanin and his longtime collaborator OCnotes discuss the making of the record, their spaceship recording studio in Sitka, Alaska, and the importance of not getting precious about your work in collaborations.

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LUMP perform songs from 'Animal' in virtual session

LUMP - Virtual Session

LUMP--the collaborative project between Laura Marling and Tunng's Mike Lindsay--join The Current to play songs from their sophomore record, Animal. The duo catch up with The Current's Jill Riley about how they came together, the freedoms of exploring a new sound in this project, and the 8 foot tall tulle puppet Laura's been working on.

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Coffee Break: Greatest Songs of All Time


For the first time in 17 years, Rolling Stone has updated their rankings of The 500 Greatest Songs of All Time. For today's 9:30 Coffee Break, tell us what you think of their rankings! Who you think should've made the top 20?

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