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There have been a lot of great performances in the KSPN Kitchen over the years. We've hand picked the very BEST KSPN Kitchen Concert...

Jamestown Revival performs their brand new tune "Company Man" live in the KSPN Kitchen June 14, 2015

Donavon and the boys swung by the KSPN Kitchen to play a few tunes, including the first ever acoustic version of "Byron Jam (That's...

Hayes Carll swung by the KSPN Kitchen on June 12th and performed for an awesome listener audience. Check out the video here!

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Nirvana often get credit for firing the first shots of the alternative revolution of the '90s, but it all began nearly a decade earlier with Jane's Addiction.

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Unknown Mortal Orchestra have shared the dreamy, folk art-inspired video for "Ur Life One Night," a track off the psychedelic outfit's third LP Multi-Love. Whereas the album's overarching theme is about a three-way love story coming to an end, the video finds two mortal men constantly in pursuit of an unattainable... more

Jimmy Page can tell you exactly when he will become a solo artist again: on August 2nd, right after the Led Zeppelin guitarist concludes his year-long deluxe reissues of the band's studio albums with the July 31st release of expanded editions of 1976's Presence, 1979's In Through the Out Door and... more

Four Tet's music has moved deeper into the dance floor since his folk-tinged 2003 landmark, Rounds, but it hasn't become any less exquisite or psychedelic. His latest, released online sans fanfare, pairs tracks called "Morning" and "Evening" — each the length of an LP side — inspired by his late grandfather's collection... more

When Flo Morrissey rhapsodizes about "singing through the sky," it's easy to imagine her floating through the clouds with a golden lyre. Joanna Newsom producer Noah Georgeson provides the enchanted-forest backdrops for the 20-year-old Brit's ethereal voice; you'll get lost in the lush romanticism of "Why," and the terrifically titled... more

In his main gig as Real Estate's guitarist, Matthew Mondanile helps provide the warm melodic hooks that drive the band's suburban bliss. Mondanile's side project, Ducktails, has typically offered him space to explore more abstract guitar moods, but his latest album refines that sprawl with more concise songwriting. A prime... more

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