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Watch Two Gallants Perform on KEXP

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Two Gallants KEXPEarlier this year, Two Gallants released a new album called We Are Undone, and they played a few of those songs during a recent in-studio visit to Seattle’s KEXP.

But the San Francisco band also reached into their back catalog for the performance, pulling out the track “Reflections of the Marionette” from their 2007 self-title offering.

Watch Two Gallants in action below and click here for a list of upcoming tour dates.

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Did You Miss Royal Blood on Conan?

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If you missed UK thunderous duo Royal Blood’s recent performance on Conan, you can still watch a clip of the band performing “Figure It Out” here.

The guys seemed to be in a partying spirit for the late-night stop, as bassist/singer Mike Kerr wore big sunglasses and drummer Ben Thatcher inexplicably donned a blonde wig.

But despite the accoutrements, Royal Blood delivered more of the thunderous rock they’ve become known for over the past year.

Check it out in the video below.

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Check Out Interpol at Coachella

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Guitarist Daniel Kessler on his Gretsch guitar.

New York-based band Interpol rocked the main stage during back-to-back weekends at Coachella earlier this month. The festival has posted a few of those clips in “Everything is Wrong” and “All the Rage Back Home.”

Watch both below.


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Watch Reverend Horton Heat Perform ‘Let Me Teach You How to Eat’

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Trio Reverend Horton Heat recently brought its psychobilly tunes to the 2015 Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival in Indio, Calif.

Watch the band rip through “Let Me Teach You How To Eat” in the clip below.

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Watch Country Duo Whitehorse Perform Intimate Set for CBC Music

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Whitehorse CBCCanadian country duo Whitehorse is composed of Luke Doucet and Melissa McClelland, artists who have both enjoyed successful singer/songwriter solo careers in their own right.

But as Whitehorse, they have been rightfully gaining buzz this year with the February release of third album Leave No Bridge Unburned.

And to support the release, the husband-and-wife duo recently recorded a First Play Live session for CBC Music.

The intimate set took place in a brewery in downtown Toronto, and it was perfect to capture Whitehorse’s folksy blues. With Doucet and McClelland utilizing drums, bass, guitar, percussion and a looper, it was impressive how big the sound could get in a live environment.

For a look at the sessions, watch clips of Whitehorse playing “Tame as the Wild Ones” and “You Get Older” below.

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