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FUV Vault

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

Teleman - FUV Live - 2014

by Eric Holland

The London trio Teleman consists of brothers Thomas and Jonny Sanders and Pete Cattermoul. Although the guys just released their debut album, Breakfast, earlier this year, they have all played together before in the band, Pete & The Pirates. Although the two bands shared the same vocalist (Thomas Sanders), they do sound very different. Pete & The Pirates had a bigger bouncier rock feel, but Teleman takes a more stripped back approach with a darker synth-laden sound. The band recently stopped by Studio A to perform some of their new songsand talk about the new record.

Dustin Reid - FUV Live - 2014

by Alisa Ali
Arthur Russell

Dustin Reid is the producer of a new album called Master Mix: Red Hot + Arthur Russell. It’s a tribute album to the late cellist, composer and electronic pioneer, Arthur Russell. The album was released through Yep Roc Records and the Red Hot Organization, which is an international non-profit organization dedicated to fighting AIDS through pop culture.

Christopher Owens - FUV Live - 2014

by Alisa Ali

We first became aware of the talents of Christopher Owens a few years ago through his band Girls. Their full-length debut was simply titled Album, and the dreamy songs on it recall warm and hazy California pop. Girls went on to release one more full-length album and an EP before breaking up in 2012. Without wasting much time at all, Owens got straight to work and released his solo debut, Lysandre, a year later. Incredibly, he has already made his second solo album.

Bear's Den - FUV Live from Electric Lady Studios - 2014

by Kara Manning

Over the course of two fine EPs, Agape and Within/Without and, at long last, a debut album, Islands, Bear’s Den has established itself as a folk rock force of nature, crafting emotionally complex, dynamically arranged songs that soar, swoon and sob. The hard-working London trio— singer/guitarist Andrew Davie, vocalist/banjo player Joey Haynes and drummer (and Communion Records co-founder) Kevin Jones—has toured with Laura Marling, Daughter, the Vaccines and Mumford and Sons, exploring the richly textured nuances of their sound.