The Nashville-based instrumental band led by guitarist Jeremy Fetzer and pedal steel ace Spencer Cullum Jr. blends funk, surf and country.
London-based songwriter Alessio Natalizia performs his mesmerizing "Dear Me" and beguiling "I Don't Want To Start All Over Again."
The singer-songwriter-violinist and exceptional whistler performs engaging ditties like "Plasticities" and "The Giant of Illinois" in 2007.
The London power pop quartet performs "Suburban Coated Creatures," "Velvet Morning" and other dreamy tunes from Choreography.
Singer Erika Wennerstrom leads the Cincinnati-based band on "Parted Ways," "Got to Have Rock and Roll" and other tunes from Arrow in 2012.
The pedal steel guitar sensation wails on jam band favorites "Dry Bones" and "Traveling Shoes" with his Family Band in this 2010 set.
Singer-songwriter John McCauley will be doing a solo tour this summer. Meanwhile, see him with the Providence-based band in 2011.
The unorthodox trio led by singer-songwriter Annie Lynch performs "Like a Dog" and "Dirty Laundry" in this 2010 set from Decatur.
The San Francisco band performs "Suzie," "Yellow-Haired Girl," "Johnny" and other tunes from their debut EP, Boys And Girls in this 2009 video.
The experimental alt-rock-hip-hop band performs tunes from Ruby Vroom and premieres "Super Bon Bon" from Irresistible Bliss.
Singer-songwriter John Darnielle leads the trio on "Michael Myers Resplendent" and other tunes from Heretic Pride in this 2008 video.
Israeli-born singer-songwriter Eef Barzelay leads the alt-rock trio on the intimate "Born a Man" and the thrashing "Walmart Parking Lot."
Guitarist-singer Parker Gispert leads the post-grunge power trio from Athens, Georgia on tunes from In the Dark and Enjoy the Company.
The LA band released its 4th album today, All Your Favorite Bands. Hear them premiere rootsy tunes from their 2009 debut, North Hills.
Singer Matt Shultz fronts the raucous band from Bowling Green on the edgy "Tiny Little Robots" and "Ain't No Rest for the Wicked" in 2011.
Singer-guitarist Brittany Howard leads the Athens, Alabama-based group on soul-tinged material from their debut album Boys and Girls.
The twin brother-sister team of Amelia and Pat Innit perform "I Think I Like Your Girlfriend More Than You" and "Sibling Rivalry" at 2KHz.
The Santa Cruz band puts its own unique spin on Americana on "The Poppies of Balmoreah" and "All Her Favorite Fruit" in this 2010 set.
The indie-folk band from Melbourne, Australia performs tunes from their debut album States in this 2014 set at Futureappletree Studio.
The inventive Brooklyn-based trio of baritone sax, tenor sax and drums performs infectious, edgy dance music from 2014's This Is Cave Music.
The Duluth-based bluegrass-folk-rock band performs "Sounds Like a Movie" and other tunes from their album Palomino in this 2011 set.
Before the multi-colored hair and theatrical stage choreography, Annie Clark was a singer-songwriter who performed solo. Hear her in 2009.
The Brooklyn band performs "Shiva" and other lushly orchestrated tunes from their acclaimed album Hospice in this 2009 Daytrotter session.
The Brooklyn band channels the Clash's intense energy with thrashing guitars and raw vocals on tunes from Meet Me in Cognito in 2014.
The hook-laden power pop group, fronted by singer-guitarist Ross Flournoy, performs tunes from their 2008 debut, Now or Heaven.
The Williamsburg-based band, led by singer-guitarists Holly Miranda and Josh Abbott, performs "Roboxulla" and "Secret ID" in this '07 set.
The Brooklyn group, led by singer-songwriter Zach Williams, performs potent tunes from their acclaimed self-titled debut in this 2013 set.
The alternative rock group from Manchester, England performs "Sex," "Chocolate," "The City" and other tunes from their self-titled debut.
The Omaha-based trio performs "Sex to the Devil," "Heat Lightning" and other tunes from their self-titled debut in this 2012 Daytrotter session.
The Vermont-based guitarist-singer just released a single from her upcoming solo debut album. Hear her with her former band in 2013.
The Syracuse-based baroque pop band fronted by singer Wes Miles performs tunes from The Rhumb Line and The Orchard at Turner Hall.
After hearing this highly experimental, exceedingly trippy set from 2012, you may feel like you've taken peyote. Dig in, have fun!
The comedian-singer-loopmeister now leads the house band for The Late Late Show with James Corden. Hear him layer his voice in 2011.
The Denver band plays "Dead Sea," "Stubborn Love" and their catchy single "Ho Hey" from their platinum-selling self-titled debut album.
The violinist-whistler-composer performs "Plasticities" and other tunes from his album Armchair Apocrypha in this 2007 Daytrotter session.
High energy pianist-singer Adam Weiner leads the Philly-based band on "Shake It Little Tina" from their upcoming third album, Hi Honey.
Scott and Seth Avett lead the North Carolina-based alt-bluegrass band on "Laundry Room" and "Paranoia in B Major" in this 2009 set.
The former lead singer for Soul Coughing covers a John Denver tune and plays tunes from Yes and Also Yes in this 2012 solo set.
The prolific singer-songwriter and solo troubadour premieres "It's Peaceful Here" and other tunes from 2010's # Zero With a Bullet.
Texan Britt Daniel of Spoon and Canadian Dan Boeckner of Wolf Parade join forces on taut, tense material from A Thing Called Divine Fits.
The singer-songwriter from Idaho, Moscow puts a distinctive Americana touch on pieces from The Beast in Its Tracks with his Royal City Band.
Brit singer-songwriters Rosa Slade and Katy Young offer chilling vocal harmonies on "Funeral Beat," "Idle" and a cover of "Hit the Road, Jack."
The San Francisco band shifts from tough blues-rock to funk to a bit of country twang on tunes from their self-titled debut in this 2013 set.
Guitarist-singer-songwriter Thao Nguyen fronts the San Francisco alt-folk-rock band on tunes from We the Common in this 2013 set.
The punk-folk duo of guitarist-singer Sean Bonnette and bassist Ben Gallaty performs clever tunes like "Heartilation" and "Rain, Hate on Me."
Soul revivalists conjure up an old school Memphis vibe on "Catch This Teardrop" and "Got To Get Back" (featuring iconic soul singer Otis Clay).
The quirky Brit singer-songwriter, who turns 62 today, performs "Don't Talk To Me About Gene Hackman" and "The Cheese Alarm" in 1999.
The Brooklyn-based band performs "Ask Her for Adderall," "Sequestered in Memphis" and tunes from Stay Positive in this 2009 set.