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Ryley Walker, 'Summer Dress' (Live)

Watch the psychedelic-folk guitarist play an extended version of "Summer Dress," recorded live at the 2015 Pickathon festival.

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The Suffers

Led by the irrepressible Kam Franklin, the 10-piece Houston soul band can barely fit all its horns, guitars, percussion and energy behind a single desk.

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First Watch: Natasha Kmeto, 'I Thought You Had A Boyfriend'

Kmeto's synth-washed track is a romance steeped in mixed signals, but it's hot, too. The black-and-white video's body-positive array of dancers and models only steams up the affair.

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Beauty Pill

In Beauty Pill's music, life whirs with plunderphonic glee and riffs are funky from the inside out. Watch the D.C. band adapt its deeply textured songs without removing anything vital.

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Arturo O'Farrill Continues The Conversation With Cuba

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An economic blockade between the U.S. and Cuba didn't prevent jazz from traveling between the countries. But what if the dialogue could flow freely? The Afro Latin Jazz Orchestra wanted to find out.

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Paolo Angeli

The Sardinian guitarist has a whole toy shop aboard his instrument, from hammers and pedals to springs and a couple of cell-phone ringers.

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Oh Pep!

The band's clever, thoughtful, infectious, harmony-filled music fits in everywhere from Nashville to its hometown of Melbourne.