When he gets a chance to be the frontman, the Brooklyn trombonist runs a nifty jazz quartet. Assisted by vocalist Camila Meza (and by employer Sufjan Stevens, in absentia), Catharsis visits NPR.
The indie-pop band performs “So What” from At Best Cuckold, the bold follow-up to a debut album released while Avi Buffalo’s members were still in high school.
An exciting underground music scene has sprung up in Puerto Rico, and Davila is at its helm. Just in time for fall, watch him perform a summery song called “Es Verano Ya.”
Trampled by Turtles performed the title track from their latest album, Wild Animals.
With his drummer son Spencer, Wilco’s Jeff Tweedy performs three songs from their new album, Sukierae — plus a cover of “You Are Not Alone,” which the elder Tweedy wrote for Mavis Staples.
Philly songwriter Tim Showalter performs a cathartic single, “Shut In,” from his new album Heal.
Watch the Swedish pop group perform its single “Klapp Klapp” live for Morning Becomes Eclectic.
My Brightest Diamond’s busy and enigmatic singer, songwriter, composer and multi-instrumentalist is a dizzying blur of creativity. Watch Q2 visit with Shara Worden in her Detroit home.
The duo’s music marries graceful singing and storytelling with guitars and textures that help create an unforgettable aura.
Photos by Meredith Nierman