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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.

Shovels and Rope - FUV Live - 2014

by Carmel Holt

This Charleston-based duo consists of married songwriters Michael Trent and Cary Ann Hearst. The couple's recently released sophomore album, Swimmin' Time, is a unique blend of roots-rock, acoustic flavoring and a sharp, indie-rock edge. The record also showcases the strength of the duo’s musical relationship, with Trent and Hearst both sharing lead vocals and playing a variety of instruments. Shovels and Rope recently stopped by Studio A to play us some of their new songs and we'll hear that performance and my conversation with the duo during this episode of FUV Live.

Horse Thief - FUV Live at CMJ - 2014

by Russ Borris

Horse Thief's latest release, Fear in Bliss, is a beautifully crafted album, driven by melodic guitar and layers of texture. It represents a band that is embracing its sound and coming into its own. I was really excited to see these songs performed live and they did not disappoint.

Happyness - FUV Live at CMJ - 2014

by Kara Manning

The wiry and wry Benji Compston and Jonny Allan shared vocal, guitar and bass duties (and surreal, off-the-cuff observations about dead swans and pastoral England) while drummer Ash Cooper might easily make the shortlist as the most animated drummer at CMJ.

Son Little - FUV Live at CMJ - 2014

by Alisa Ali

One of the main objectives of the CMJ Music Marathon (and WFUV for that matter) is to expose new music talent, and Son Little is a great example of that mission. Although he has lent his voice to The Roots and RJD2, Philadelphia's Aaron Livingston is still relatively unknown for his work as Son Little. He has only released three singles so far, but based on the strength of his songs and now an EP, Things I Forgot, released this fall, we are confident that Son Little's name will soon be much more widely known.