Yo La Tengo have been performing for more than 20 years. While they haven't achieved the popular acclaim of their contemporaries the Flaming Lips, they get a lot of credit for outlasting pretty much everyone else.
The Avett Brothers perform "Distraction #74," "The Lowering (A Sad Day in Greenville Town)," "Talk on Indolence," and "Pretty Girl at the Airport" (Web extra)
BR-549 perform "Bottom of Priority," "Lower Broad St. Blues," and "You Are The Queen"
Echo and the Bunnymen perform "Stormy Weather," "The Disease," and "Nothing Lasts Forever"
Pieta Brown performs "Bad News," "#807," and "Lovin' You Still"
Magic Numbers perform "Forever Lost," "Close Your Eyes," and "Love Me Like You"
While the members may keep busy by playing in various side projects, it's when this Canadian collective gets together as Broken Social Scene that makes them one of the most popular bands on the music scene today. They joined Bill DeVille in the Current studios to perform and discuss the recording process of their new album.
Ivan Howard and Kelly Crisp started the Rosebuds shortly after they got married in 2001. Two EPs and one album in hand, they dropped by the Current studios with a full band to talk with Bill DeVille and perform a few of their southern-inspired pop songs.
Raul Midon performs "State of Mind," "Suddenly," and "Sittin' in the Middle"
They've shared the stage with the likes of Clap Your Hands Say Yeah, so it's no surprise the local band is getting quite a bit of buzz for their new CD, Keep Guessin. They joined Bill DeVille in the Current studios ahead of their release show to perform songs from the CD.
Robbie Fulks performs "Prison Ballad" and "Goodbye Cruel Girl."
Local group The Ashtray Hearts joined Bill DeVille in the Current studios to perform their Americana-tinged songs.
Joy Zipper perform "Dosed and Became Invisible" and "Check Out my New Jesus"
Lucy Kaplansky performs "I Had Something" and
"This is Home"