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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 Antlers - FUV Live - 2014

by Alisa Ali

This Brooklyn trio first started making real traction in 2009 when they released their third full-length album, Hospice. As the title suggests, that record dealt with some pretty weighty subject matter, but it was presented in such a moving way that it was impossible not to get swept away by it. Since then, the band has continued to hone their craft of creating stirring sonic landscapes. Their latest release, Familiars, is a thoughtful and deliberately-paced collection of songs that instills calmness and warmth. It’s an enveloping release that rewards multiple listens. The Antlers recently visited Studio A to play us some of their new material and to talk about their new record. 

Puss n Boots - FUV Live at Rockwood Music Hall - 2014

by Carmel Holt
Puss n Boots photo by Gus Philippas

Puss n Boots is the collaboration of three very talented singer songwriters: Sasha Dobson, Norah Jones and Catherine Popper.  After performing live together for years, they finally decided to record an album.  Ahead of the release of their debut album, No Fools, No Fun (which is out now) the band performed a live concert for an audience of WFUV Marquee members at Rockwood Music Hall, here in New York City.  

Robby Hecht - Sunday Breakfast - 2014

by John Platt
Robby Hecht is one of the rare Nashville-based artists who's actually a Tennessee native. Though he's a low-key kind of guy, he's had a number of collaborations with his fellow Nashville songwriters - most notably with Amy Speace on "The Sea and the Shore." She recorded the song with John Fullbright, but Robby gave us his own solo version, plus a couple of other originals, in this conversation for the Sunday Breakfast.