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KEXP Live from NYC May 2006

Dr. Dog - 5/19/2006
From West Philadelphia, Dr. Dog bring a sturdy pop sensibility and three-part vocal harmonies to their conglomerate rock songs. This session was recorded live on KEXP in NYC.

Land of Talk - 5/19/2006
Dramatic one-chord guitar hits, raspy female vocals and a crashing, spacious underground sound reveal the raw, emotional side of Montreal band Land of Talk. Check out the band's electric-organic style and punchy sense of humor in this live session recorded on KEXP in NYC.

Essex Green, The - 5/19/2006
A sunny live set of well-written psych-pop gems from Brooklyn's The Essex Green. They perform tracks from their release "Cannibal Sea" during one of KEXP's visits to New York City.

Ghostland Observatory - 5/19/2006
Austin duo Ghostland Observatory bring relentless beats, swirling psychedelic noise effects and gritty, punky, wailing vocals to this live performance on KEXP in NYC. Join lead singer Aaron Behrens as he writhes onstage and drummer, programmer Thomas Turner as he swings the hard pulse in this soulful,magnetic set of intoxicating club joints.

Budos Band, The - 5/18/2006
In one of the strongest KEXP performances ever, the Budos Band kick up a mighty set of Afro-beat, infused with flavors of funk, soul and jazz. Join this talented New York band live on KEXP in NYC.

Pablo - 5/18/2006
An emotionally powerful set of indie-rock with a bit of a roots feel from Brooklyn group Pablo who performed live on KEXP during one of our visits to NYC. The music drifts from hushed to slightly chaotic with lovely piano playing and Paul Schalda's luring vocals.

Alpha Rev - 5/18/2006
Alpha Rev performs live on KEXP during one of our visits to New York City. It's melancholic and beautiful orchestral pop with wonderful vocal and piano work.

We Are Scientists - 5/17/2006
A live set from this Brooklyn band featuring tracks from their album "With Love And Squalor" that was recorded during one of KEXP's visits to New York City. We Are Scientists perform sharp, sexy and snide guitar-fueled dance rock with a sense of humor.

Elvis Perkins - 5/16/2006
Elvis Perkins and his band perform a live set of acoustic originals. Melancholy folk-rock recorded live on KEXP in NYC.

Favourite Sons - 5/16/2006
Brooklyn band Favourite Sons sound a great deal like Echo and The Bunnymen in the "Ocean Rain" era, though they rock a bit harder. Dynamic, psychedelic post-punk rock ballads with dark romantic lyrics, live at KEXP.