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Check out recent live studio sessions along with remote concerts. Can't find what you're looking for? View the complete archives.

The Wytches - FUV Live - 2014

by Eric Holland

When Kristian Bell tested his microphone before our interview he said, "We have assumed control!" Evidently this is his preferred phrase for checking levels because he applauded me as the first person to recognize that he was referencing the Rush album 2112.

David Amram and The Amigos - Sunday Breakfast - 2014

by John Platt
Jeremy Rainer

David Amram is a true musical Renaissance man - classical composer, jazz musician, sideman for everybody from Dizzy Gillespie to Steve Goodman - as well as an author, activist, and indefatigable source of positive energy. On the eve of his 84th birthday, he shared memories of Pete Seeger, Woody Guthrie, Jack Kerouac, and his philosophy of life and performed songs with The Amigos Band on the Sunday Breakfast.

Spoon - FUV Live - 2014

by Alisa Ali
photo by Tom Hines

Spoon has been consistently churning out solid albums ever since its 1996 debut Telephono, and now the Austin-based band has released its eighth full-length album, They Want My Soul. The new songs see the band expanding its sound while still maintaining its unique style of smart and witty indie rock.

Ryan Adams - FUV Live at Electric Lady Studios - 2014

by Rita Houston
Photo by Laura Fedele/WFUV

Ryan Adams and his band performed an extensive set for FUV at the legendary Electric Lady Studios in the West Village. Ryan has worked at Electric Lady before, but his new, self-produced and self-titled album was recorded at his own funky studio called Pax Am. The performance debuted some new songs and revisited a few from his vast catalog, and the band is on point at every step, going from strident riffs to open-ended jams with Ryan in fine voice.

Matt Nakoa - Sunday Breakfast - 2014

by John Platt
Jeremy Rainer

Matt Nakoa grew up on a farm in upstate New York before going to Berklee College of Music in Boston. After establishing himself on the Boston music scene, he chose to move to Brooklyn, the new mecca for singer-songwriters. He returned to another upstate New York farm this past summer as an Emerging Artist at the Falcon Ridge Folk Festival, and I asked him to be part of the November On Your Radar at Rockwood Music Hall.