1. The veteran singer-songwriter Patty Griffin recently returned with her seventh album, American Kid, which was written as a tribute to her dad. Watch Griffin perform “Don’t Let Me Die in Florida” live at WFUV's studios in New York City.

  2. Seeing The National live in concert can be an intense and cathartic experience. Seeing the band play new songs in the cozy confines of The Cutting Room Studios for WFUV takes that experience to a new level. The band is in fine form here, as it performs “Graceless,” one of the many stand-outs on Trouble Will Find Me, which is out today.

  3. Don’t let Phosphorescent's stoic demeanor and sunglasses fool you: Matthew Houck and his band know how to wring every ounce of emotion out of their music. Watch the band bring “Song For Zula” in WFUV's New York City studios.

  4. As if performing with chirping birds, watch the Chapel Hill-based Americana band Mount Moriah play “Bright Light” outside Hotel San Jose for WFUV.

  5. Wild Nothing singer Jack Tatum writes hazy reveries that reflect the shimmer of early-’80s Manchester pop, the sparkle of The Cure’s upbeat not-quite-love songs and a dense forest of Slowdive-era shoegaze. Watch Wild Nothing perform “Nocturne” live at WFUV's New York City studios.

  6. Natasha Khan recently performed “Lilies” — the opening track from Bat For Lashes' third album, The Haunted Man — live at WFUV's studios in New York City. Watch the British singer play the autoharp while hitting pitch-perfect high notes during a session that sounds anything but stripped down.

  7. The Brooklyn roots-rock group The Lone Bellow has caused a stir with its self-titled debut. Watch its members perform one of the album’s catchiest songs, “The One You Should’ve Let Go,” live at Rockwood Music Hall in New York City from WFUV — the same stage on which they recorded The Lone Bellow.

  8. Watch Cody ChesnuTT perform "That’s Still Mama," at WFUV in New York City.

  9. The charismatic 18-year-old singer-songwriter Jake Bugg and his acoustic guitar have blown up overseas; now, Bugg has set his eyes on America. Watch the wunderkind perform “Two Fingers” live at WFUV's studios in New York City.

  10. The former Hüsker Dü and Sugar singer performs his new song “The Descent,” which practically blows down the studio walls at WFUV. Bob Mould's new album, Silver Age, returns the legend to his punkish power-pop roots.