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Hospitality - FUV Live - 2014

by Alisa Ali

We first fell for this Brooklyn band a couple oyears ago when they released their self-titled debut, and now they're back with a slightly darker album, Trouble. The new project sees the band exploring new musical territory and stretching out their arrangements. The record features a collection of introspective songs perfectly suited for winter.

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Nick Waterhouse - FUV Live - 2014

by Carmel Holt

This young musician may have been born in the late '80s, but his music channels the rhythm and blues of the '50s and '60s. His first release was a 45 of his song “Some Place” backed with the track “That Place.” Once those songs began circulating, the buzz and attention soon followed. Waterhouse is now on his second full-length album, Holly, and he stopped by WFUV to play us some of the new songs and to talk about the making of the new record.

Stephen Malkmus and the Jicks - FUV Live - 2014

by Alisa Ali

Wig Out at Jagbags is the sixth full length album from Stephen Malkmus and the Jicks. As is to be expected, the record is filled with witty lyricism and creatively quirky yet rocking instrumentation. The band stopped by Studio A to play some of the new songs and talk music, board games and travel.

 

Lake Street Dive - FUV Live at Rockwood Music Hall - 2014

by Alisa Ali
Lake Street Dive, photo by Neil Swanson

The members of the Brooklyn-based quartet Lake Street Dive each studied jazz at the New England Conservatory of Music, but their songs incorporate a variety of styles from pop to soul. In this Rockwood Music Hall performance, frontwoman Rachael Price had the crowd mesmerized with her stirring vocals and sassy delivery. Mike “McDuck” Olson brought a bit of a New Orleans vibe with his trumpet playing. Bridget Kearney had a shining solo on her upright bass and drummer Mike Calabrese kept the crowd shaking their hips to his beats. They are clearly individual talents, but with an undeniable power and energy as a group.