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  • Phoebe Bridgers x Arlo Parks - Fake Plastic Trees - Radio 1 Piano Session

    4:37

    Phoebe Bridgers x Arlo Parks perform a stripped back Radio 1 Piano Sessions version of 'Fake Plastic Trees' by Radiohead for Phil Taggart's Chillest Show

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  • Phoebe Bridgers: Tiny Desk Concert

    14:34

    The Tiny Desk is working from home for the foreseeable future. Introducing NPR Music's Tiny Desk (home) concerts, bringing you performances from across the country and the world. It's the same spirit — stripped-down sets, an intimate setting — just a different space.

    For her Tiny Desk (home) concert, Phoebe Bridgers chose the White House. OK, maybe it's a green screen, but she and her team created a sweet mock-up of the Oval Office, with Phoebe performing behind a very special desk. It's a far cry from the hotel bed in Austin we first filmed Phoebe on back in 2017, but her ambitions and talent run high. She played the Tiny Desk later that year and returned with newfound bandmates, Lucy Dacus and Julien Baker, as boygenius one year later. But there was more to come when she surprised us all for a magical collaboration with her musical hero Conor Oberst as Better Oblivion Community Center just six months later.

    Phoebe and bandmates Marshall Vore on drums and Harrison Whitford on guitar perform three songs from her brilliant new album, Punisher. They open with Kyoto, a story song based on her first trip to Japan, followed with a sweet version of Moon Song and the sad details of loving someone who doesn't love themself. And then comes the kicker, as Phoebe introduces herself with the words I hope everybody's enjoying their apocalypse, as the band kicks into her surreal doomsday tune I Know the End. And what an end it is: The trio expands to an ensemble and a crowd-sourced chorus of fans — recording from bedrooms, cars, backyards and trampolines — lets out the kind of cathartic scream that has come to define 2020 for so many of us.

    Phoebe for President, 2020.

    SET LIST
    Kyoto
    Moon Song
    I Know The End

    MUSICIANS
    Phoebe Bridgers: vocals, guitar; Marshall Vore: drums, vocals; Harrison Whitford: guitar; Emily Retsas: bass; Nick White: keyboard; Odessa Jorgensen: violin

    CREDITS
    Video by: Lucas Belkind, Dalton Gaudin, Jason Lester, Powell Robinson; Audio by: Joseph Lorge; Producer: Bob Boilen; Audio Mastering Engineer: Josh Rogosin; Video Producer: Morgan Noelle Smith; Associate Producer: Bobby Carter; Executive Producer: Lauren Onkey; Senior VP, Programming: Anya Grundmann

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  • Radiohead - Fake Plastic Trees

    4:53

    ‘Fake Plastic Trees’ is taken from ‘The Bends’ out on XL Recordings. Buy & stream it here:

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  • Julia Jacklin - Dont Know How to Keep Loving You - 1/24/2019 - Paste Studios - New York, NY

    5:52

    Julia Jacklin - Don't Know How to Keep Loving You
    Recorded Live - Paste Studios - New York, NY
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    Audio: Bob Mallory
    Video: Brad Wagner

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  • Phoebe Bridgers x Arlo Parks - Kyoto - Radio 1 Piano Session

    3:57

    Phoebe Bridgers x Arlo Parks performs a stripped back Radio 1 Piano Sessions version of 'Kyoto' from Phoebe's album 'Punisher' for Phil Taggart's Chillest Show.

  • boygenius @ Brooklyn Steel | Pitchfork Live

    28:02

    boygenius performed songs off their first EP live November 7th at Brooklyn Steel for Pitchfork Live
    0:50 Souvenir
    5:10 Bite the Hand
    8:50 Stay Down
    13:35 Me & My Dog
    17:50 Salt in the Wound
    23:35 Ketchum, ID

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  • Phoebe Bridgers: Teenage Dirtbag

    4:10

    Phoebe Bridgers covers Wheatus' Teenage Dirtbag, a track from the band's self-titled debut album, which was released in 2000. (No copyright infringement intended. Copyright remains with the songwriters/artists.)

  • Ben Howards breathtaking performance of End of the Affair | Later... With Jools Holland - BBC

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  • Radiohead - Fake Plastic Trees

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  • Bon Iver - Skinny Love

    4:09

    Bon Iver performs Skinny Love on Later... with Jools Holland.

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  • Bright Eyes feat. Phoebe Bridgers - Panache’s Village of Love Planned Parenthood benefit

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  • Phoebe Bridgers: NPR Music Tiny Desk Concert

    12:31

    Nov. 27, 2017 | Stephen Thompson --Phoebe Bridgers' songs come laden with sly, finely detailed observations about unsuccessful flirtations with hypnotherapy, unsettling conversations about Jeffrey Dahmer, and everything in between. Her phrasing is impeccable — warm, cool, conversational, gently slurred — but her songs also swim in the self-aware obsessions and messy meanderings of an unquiet mind.

    Joined by Ethan Gruska and Rob Moose, Bridgers popped up at the Tiny Desk a couple weeks after the release of her full-length debut, Stranger In The Alps. Together, they celebrated the occasion with languid renditions of three of the album's best songs: the sad and seductive Demi Moore, a drastically muted Motion Sickness and a piano-driven take on Bridgers' first-ever single, Killer.

    Set List

    Demi Moore

    Motion Sickness

    Killer

    MUSICIANS

    Phoebe Bridgers (vocals and guitar); Ethan Gruska (piano); Rob Moose (violin)

    CREDITS

    Producers: Bob Boilen, Morgan Noelle Smith; Creative Director: Bob Boilen; Audio Engineer: Josh Rogosin; Videographers: Morgan Noelle Smith, Bronson Arcuri, Alyse Young; Editor: Bronson Arcuri; Production Assistant: Niki Walker; Photo: Jennifer Kerrigan/NPR

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  • Phoebe Bridgers Live at Red Rocks Unpaused #visibleXredrocks

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    Phoebe Bridgers performing live at Red Rocks in Colorado for the interactive livestream event Red Rocks Unpaused: A 3-Day Concert Series, presented by Visible. Recorded and broadcasted live at on September 1, 2020.
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    SETLIST
    0:19 Motion Sickness
    4:26 DVD Menu
    5:14 Garden Song
    9:55 Kyoto
    13:15 Punisher
    17:02 Halloween
    22:04 Chinese Satellite
    25:45 Moon Song
    32:49 Savior Complex
    37:42 ICU (I See You)
    41:48 Graceland Too
    46:16 Me & My Dog
    50:05 I Know the End
    57:06 Scott Street

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  • Liam Gallagher - Champagne Supernova - Radio 1 Piano Sessions

    4:07

    Liam Gallagher performs a stripped back Radio 1 Piano Sessions version of 'Champagne Supernova' from '(What's the Story) Morning Glory?' for Phil Taggart's Chillest Show.

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  • The Face | The 1975 Takeover | Phoebe Bridgers covers Girls

    3:55

    As part of The 1975’s takeover of The Face, we asked some of the band’s friends to cover songs from their back catalogue.

    Here, Phoebe Bridgers – who appears on four songs from The 1975’s new album ‘Notes on a Conditional Form’ –  performs their song ‘Girls’. 

    You can watch more covers of The 1975’s songs by Rina Sawayama, Gracie Abrams, Cavetown, Clairo, Pales Waves and Beabadoobee on TheFace.com

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  • Phoebe Bridgers - I Know The End

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    I Know the End for Late Night with Seth Meyers, directed by Jason Lester.

    Directed by Jason Lester
    Produced by Laura Burhenn for Our Secret Handshake
    Cinematography by Powell Robinson
    Steadicam Operator: Quaid Cde Baca
    1st AC: Owen Patry
    Lighting Designer: Nick “Spike” Inglis
    Audio Engineer: Morgan Travis
    Band Audio Recording: Marshall Vore
    Audio Mixing : Joseph Lorge
    Colorist: Parker Jarvie for Company 3
    Color Producer: Mario Castro
    Interns : Aaron Zelma, Julian Fabian, Anna Bachman, Michaela Koller, Kevin Saiz, Nicholas Meave, Christine Ribeiro

    Band : Ethan Gruska, Odessa Jorgensen, Emily Retsas, Marshall Vore, Nick White, Harrison Whitford

  • Big Thief: NPR Music Tiny Desk Concert

    9:24

    August 29, 2016 by BOB BOILEN • The power of Big Thief lies in the stunning voice of Adrianne Lenker — as well as the band's intense rhythms, the guitar playing of Buck Meek and, right, the lyrics. Come to think of it, everything this band does serves the muscular warmth of these brilliant songs, which are not only memorable, but meaningful.

    Masterpiece is the first song in this Tiny Desk Concert, as well as Big Thief's best-known tune. It's a song of mortality and walking through life with your friends by your side. In fact, all three of these songs, all from the group's 2016 debut, are about passion, friendship, reflection, life and loved ones — it's music profound and beautiful enough to even work well in a brightly lit office in the middle of the day.

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    Set List:
    Masterpiece
    Paul
    Lorraine

    Credits:
    Producers: Bob Boilen, Niki Walker; Audio Engineer: Josh Rogosin; Videographers: Niki Walker, Claire Hannah Collins; Production Assistant: Sophie Kemp; Photo: Ruby Wallau/NPR.

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  • Phoebe Bridgers - Motion Sickness

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    Motion Sickness from Stranger In The Alps out Sep 22 on Dead Oceans. Pre-Order Now

    Directed and Edited by: Justin Mitchell
    Produced by: Rich Bond and Davis Powers for Striped Blazer Productions
    Director of Photography: Michael Lockridge
    Assistant Camera: Noah Ramos
    Key Grip: Dyron Pacheco
    Hair and Makeup: Atlas Ferrera
    Styling: Jenny Reyes

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  • Phoebe Bridgers + Noah & Abby Gundersen - Killer + The Sound

    8:01

    Phoebe Bridgers + Noah & Abby Gundersen - Killer + The Sound, out now on Dead Oceans and Cooking Vinyl.

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    Ben Park: Camera, Editor
    Song Produced and Engineered by Andy Park

  • Saturday Sessions: Phoebe Bridgers performs “I Know The End”

    5:23

    Phoebe Bridgers was just 22 when she made “Stranger in the Alps,” her acclaimed 2017 debut. Since then, she has been involved in collaborations with Conor Oberst and others. She also became a producer of albums herself, including her latest, titled “Punisher.” Bridgers joins “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to perform “I Know The End.”

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  • boygenius - Full Performance

    27:57

    presents boygenius (Julien Baker, Phoebe Bridgers, Lucy Dacus) performing live at Avast! Recording Co.. Recorded November 24, 2018.

    Songs:
    Souvenir
    Cowboy Take Me Away
    Me & My Dog
    Ketchum, ID

    Host: Cheryl Waters
    Audio Engineers: Tom Hall, Julian Martlew & Kevin Suggs
    Audio Mixer: Julian Martlew
    Cameras: Jim Beckmann, Scott Holpainen & Kendall Rock
    Editor: Jim Beckmann



  • Phoebe Bridgers - Kyoto

    3:04

    “Kyoto,” the new song by Phoebe Bridgers from ‘Punisher’ out June 19 on Dead Oceans.
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    Lyrics:
    Day off in Kyoto, got bored at the temple
    Looked around at the 7-11
    The band took the speed train, went to the arcade
    I wanted to go but I didn’t
    You called me from a payphone, they still got pay phones
    It cost a dollar a minute
    To tell me you’re getting sober and you wrote me a letter
    But I don’t have to read it

    I’m gonna kill you
    If you don’t beat me to it
    Dreaming through Tokyo skies
    I wanted to see the world
    Then I flew over the ocean
    And I changed my mind

    Sunset’s been a freak show
    On the weekend so I’ve been driving out to the suburbs
    To park at the Goodwill and stare at the chem trails
    With my little brother
    He said you called on his birthday
    You were off by like ten days
    But you get a few points for trying
    Remember getting the truck fixed when you let us drive it
    25 felt like flying

    I don’t forgive you
    But please don’t hold me to it
    Born under Scorpio skies
    I wanted to see the world
    Through your eyes until it happened
    Then I changed my mind

    Guess I lied
    I’m a liar
    Who lies
    Cause I’m a liar

    Credits:
    Directed & Edited by Nina Ljeti
    Produced by: Barret Hacia
    Grip: Aaron Meister
    Production company: Son&Heir

    Featuring Emily Bannon, Marshall Vore and Harrison Whitford

    Phoebe Bridgers - Kyoto (Official Video)

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  • Clairo - Bags

    4:44

    Clairo performs Bags live for a World Cafe Session with host Raina Douris. Recorded at WXPN Studios in Phialdelphia on November 7th 2019.

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  • Phoebe Bridgers - Motion Sickness

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    presents Phoebe Bridgers performing Motion Sickness live in the KEXP studio. Recorded July 13, 2018.

    Host: Hans
    Audio Engineer: Kevin Suggs
    Audio Mixer: Andy D. Park
    Cameras: Jim Beckmann, Scott Holpainen & Justin Wilmore
    Editor: Scott Holpainen


  • Phoebe Bridgers - Funeral | Basement Sessions

    3:53

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  • Phoebe Bridgers - Scott Street | Vevo DSCVR

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    Phoebe Bridgers - Scott Street an exclusive live performance for Vevo DSCVR, the channel for the best in new music.

    It’s a real skill to wax forlorn without submitting to the depths of despair. In the last two years Phoebe Bridgers has shown us just how articulate she can be regarding the troubled side of life while still touting the small joys that mark most day to day experiences. Again and again, the singer-songwriter revels in the marvels of the emotional deets that shape who we are. After critics erupted over the eloquence of the 23-year-old’s ‘Stranger In The Alps’ (get the ‘Lebowski’ reference?), the Silver Lake-based Bridgers went through a wave of Joni-Jackson comparisons. Elements of the masters dot her songs, but some of her more recent heroes are Sun Kil Moon’s Mark Kozelek and Elliot Smith – tender wordsmiths whose best work is both vulnerable and poised. If you know Bridgers’ “Smoke Signals” and “Motion Sickness,” you might’ve heard her “Scott Street” before, too. But not like this. Our DSCVR performance turns the tune, inspired by a sunset stroll through her Echo Park hood, into an epic lament. Swirling fiddle lines and cloudy guitar flourishes prove the singer knows exactly what she needs to bolster her designs as she closes with farewell line of “don’t be a stranger.” Masterful.

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    Producer: Nick Calafato

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  • 50on50: Phoebe Bridgers Halloween Live at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum

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    The debut 50on50 kicks off with Phoebe Bridgers as she performs her song “Halloween” in the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum locker rooms.

    In March 2020, fifty lucky fans came to witness Phoebe perform songs from her new album, Punisher for the first time live. Recorded before the height of the pandemic, it also unknowingly was the last time they’d see a live show for a long time.

    Marshall Vore : Drums
    Harrison Whitford : Guitar
    Odessa Jorgensen : Violin
    Live Audio : Morgan Travis
    Live Lighting : Nick “Spike” Inglis
    Audio Mixing : Joseph Lorge
    Drone Footage: White Owl Aerial

    Directed by Tony Corella
    Produced by Versus Creative

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    50on50 brings intimate performances to an iconic stadium setting. Hosted at the 100-year old LA Memorial Coliseum, most often seen with roaring crowds, the artist is invited to be the focus in a quiet, grand backdrop.

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  • Phoebe Bridgers - Panache’s Village of Love Planned Parenthood benefit

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  • boygenius: NPR Music Tiny Desk Concert

    12:19

    Nov. 16, 2018 | Bob Boilen -- The group is new, but all of the members of boygenius — Julien Baker, Lucy Dacus and Phoebe Bridgers — are Tiny Desk Concert alumae. In fact, Julien has been behind my desk twice before. So when the usual nerve-racking session was over and I shouted out, So, is it any easier the second or third time? I had to laugh when I got a resounding No! from all of them. The notion of playing in broad daylight, in an office, without having your voice coming out of a PA and with an audience close enough to touch is not only intensely intimate but also intimidating. That's not only true to these three, newly collaborating, under-25-year-olds. It was also true of, say, Ralph Stanley (who was older than their ages combined) when he sang a cappella behind my desk.

    But what came through as these three heartfelt singers performed was the strength of their songs. My first attraction to each of them as artists was the songwriting. In fact, the title track to Julien Baker's first album, Sprained Ankle, is what got me to a show of hers early in 2016, which introduced me to the opening act, Lucy Dacus. (You can hear them tell their tale on an upcoming All Songs Considered.) Boygenius only has six total tunes, all from their just-released, self-titled EP, and here they perform half of that catalog. What you get at the Tiny Desk is a frailer version of these more fleshed-out songs from a band that is likely quite temporary.

    For their closing tune at the Tiny Desk, Ketchum, ID, Julien, Phoebe and Lucy each take a verse. Lucy's verse ends the song with the line, Let's dissolve the band, move to Idaho. And the chorus to the song, in stunning harmony, echoes the mileage of the lifestyle, how they live and how they met: I am never anywhere / Anywhere I go / When I'm home I'm never there / Long enough to know.

    This trio is a special gift to us all in 2018.

    Set List
    Souvenir
    Me & My Dog
    Ketchum, ID
    Credits
    Producers: Bob Boilen, Morgan Noelle Smith; Creative Director: Bob Boilen; Audio Engineer: Josh Rogosin; Videographers: Morgan Noelle Smith, Kaylee Domzalski, Beck Harlan; Editor: Kaylee Domzalski; Production Assistant: Brie Martin; Photo: Cameron Pollack/NPR

  • Vance Joy covers Radiohead Fake Plastic Trees for Like A Version

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    Vance Joy puts his own twist on a Radiohead classic in front of a live audience at triple j's Good Az Friday.
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  • Phoebe Bridgers - Full Performance

    29:44

    presents Phoebe Bridgers performing live in the KEXP studio. Recorded July 13, 2018.

    Songs:
    Smoke Signals
    Motion Sickness
    Waiting Room
    Scott Street

    Host: Hans
    Audio Engineer: Kevin Suggs
    Audio Mixer: Andy D. Park
    Cameras: Jim Beckmann, Scott Holpainen & Justin Wilmore
    Editor: Scott Holpainen


  • Glass Animals - Tangerine in the Live lounge ft. Arlo Parks

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    Glass Animals perform Tangerine ft. Arlo Parks in the BBC Radio 1 Live lounge

  • Phoebe Bridgers Kyoto - Late Show #PlayAtHome

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    We're thrilled to welcome Phoebe Bridgers back to A Late Show for this #PlayAtHome performance of Kyoto off her brand new album Punisher. #PhoebeBridgers #Kyoto #PlayAtHome

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  • Better Oblivion Community Center: NPR Music Tiny Desk Concert

    11:36

    April 24, 2019 | Bob Boilen -- When this fabulous new duo arrived for their Tiny Desk, it felt like old friends coming home. Both Conor Oberst and Phoebe Bridgers are Tiny Desk alum. Conor's first Tiny Desk Concert came during his Upside Down Mountain Tour in 2014. Phoebe has come by twice in the past few years, first as a solo artist in 2017 and then as part of another creative and collaborative endeavor with Lucy Dacus and Julien Baker as boygenius in 2018. So, unlike the bundle of nerves that often come with an appearance at the NPR offices, this one was fun and, at times, silly, like when Conor Oberst sang into a fake rubber microphone on the other end of a chopstick that was sitting on my desk. But there was nothing trivial about the songs or the collaboration.

    Better Oblivion Community Center came as a surprise to us all this year and, at the moment, their self-titled release is my favorite record of 2019. It's that rare musical partnership where each injects vibrancy into the other's creative side. And when their voices intertwine, there's a radiance that often feels joyful even while singing words like the ones on their opening number, Dylan Thomas.

    I'm getting used to these dizzy spells
    I'm taking a shower at the Bates Motel
    I'm getting greedy with this private hell
    I'll go it alone, but that's just as well

    Christian Lee Hutson backed the duet on guitar and electronics. Phoebe and Conor also had me playing whirly tube on the final tune, My City. So I was whipping a corrugated, ribbed plastic hose over my head, creating a high pitched siren sound, trying to blend in with Christian's electronics on My City. It was my Tiny Desk performance debut, and I was thrilled to be part of this magical act.

    SET LIST
    Dylan Thomas
    Exception to the Rule
    My City
    MUSICIANS
    Conor Oberst: vocals, guitar; Phoebe Bridgers: vocals, guitar; Christian Lee Hutson: guitar, pocket piano; Emily Retsas: Omnichord

    CREDITS
    Producers: Bob Boilen, Bronson Arcuri; Creative Director: Bob Boilen; Audio Engineer: Josh Rogosin; Videographers: Morgan Noelle Smith, Kimani Oletu, Bronson Arcuri; Production Assistant: Adelaide Sandstrom; Photo: Amr Alfiky/NPR

  • Phoebe Bridgers @ Brooklyn Steel | Pitchfork Live

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    Phoebe Bridgers performed live November 7th at Brooklyn Steel for Pitchfork Live

  • Phoebe Bridgers - I Know the End

    5:47

    “I Know the End” by Phoebe Bridgers, out now on Dead Oceans.
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    Video Credits:
    Director: Alissa Torvinen
    Executive Producer/Producer: Dilly Gent
    Production company: Son&Heir
    Producer: Barret Hacia
    Production Manager: Sean Blau
    Director of Photography: Casey Stolberg
    Steadicam: Chris Loh 
    Gaffer: Quinn Brudos-Sommers
    Key Grip: Hiram Borges
    1st AD: Peter Etherington
    Production Designer: Britt Keller
    HMU: Jenna Nelson
    Costumer: Dagmarette Yen
    2nd AD: Sherry Shi
    Editor: Niles Howard
    Color: Bryan Smaller / Company 3
    VFX: Ryan Game 
    1st AC: Connor Lambert
    2nd AC: Will Hecht
    Set Lighting Tech: Andrew Kendall
    Live Lighting Design: Nick “Spike” Inglis
    Best Boy Electric: Ben Perez
    Best Boy Grip: Michael Rosner-Hyman
    Grip Ashley: Petrie
    Production Designer: Britt Keller
    Art Assistant: Chelsea Alexander 
    Studio Teacher: Chelsea Northrop
    Truck PA: Akeem Glenn
    PA: Matt Keibler
    PA: Mark Kaercher
    PA: Drake Escrofani
    PA: Alex Rodriguez

    Band: Phoebe Bridgers
    Band: Marshall Vore
    Band: Harry Whitford
    Band: Odessa Jorgensen
    Band: Nick White
    Band: Jackson Bridgers
    Band: Christian Lee Hutson

    Woman: Lily Hayes
    Apple Kid: Clementine Huston
    BG: Adam Sputh
    BG: Zoe Donahoe
    BG: Emily Bannon 
    BG: Devin Fance
    BG: John Hein
    BG: Jeremy Mao
    BG: Garcia Segura
    BG: Grace Garner
    BG: Lulu Clark
    BG: Ruby Henley

    Filmed at LA Memorial Coliseum.

    Lyrics:
    Somewhere in Germany but I can’t place it
    Man I hate this part of Texas
    Close my eyes, fantasize
    Three clicks and I’m home

    When I get back I’ll lay around
    Then I’ll get up and lay back down
    Romanticize a quiet life
    There’s no place like my room

    But you had to go
    I know, I know, I know
    Like a wave that crashed and melted on the shore
    Not even the burnouts are out here anymore
    And you had to go
    I know, I know, I know

    Out in the park we watch the sunset
    Talking on a rusty swing set
    After a while you went quiet 
    And I got mean

    I’m always pushing you away from me
    But you come back with gravity
    And when I call you come home
    A bird in your teeth

    So I gotta go
    I know, I know, I know
    When the sirens sound you’ll hide under the floor
    But I’m not gonna go down in my hometown in a tornado
    I’m gonna chase it
    I know, I know, I know
    I gotta go now
    I know, I know, I know

    Driving out into the sun
    Let the ultraviolet cover me up
    Went looking for a creation myth
    Ended up with a pair of cracked lips
    Windows down scream along
    To some America First rap country song
    A slaughterhouse, an outlet mall
    Slot machines, fear of God
    Windows down, heater on
    Big bolt of lighting hanging low
    Over the coast everyone’s convinced
    It’s a government drone or an alien spaceship
    Either way we’re not alone
    I’ll find a new place to be from 
    A haunted house with a picket fence
    To float around and ghost my friends
    I’m not afraid to disappear
    The billboard said The End Is Near
    I turned around there was nothing there
    Yeah, I guess the end is here

    The end is here

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  • Phoebe Bridgers - Scott Street

    5:25

    presents Phoebe Bridgers performing Scott Street live in the KEXP studio. Recorded July 13, 2018.

    Host: Hans
    Audio Engineer: Kevin Suggs
    Audio Mixer: Andy D. Park
    Cameras: Jim Beckmann, Scott Holpainen & Justin Wilmore
    Editor: Scott Holpainen


  • Phoebe Bridgers - I Know the End

    6:55

    Sheepdog Briber, a.k.a. Phoebe Bridgers, debuts I Know the End at her Hallow's Eve Eve Bash at the Bootleg Theater in Los Angeles, CA on Oct. 30, 2019

  • Phoebe Bridgers - Waiting Room

    4:29

    presents Phoebe Bridgers performing Waiting Room live in the KEXP studio. Recorded July 13, 2018.

    Host: Hans
    Audio Engineer: Kevin Suggs
    Audio Mixer: Andy D. Park
    Cameras: Jim Beckmann, Scott Holpainen & Justin Wilmore
    Editor: Scott Holpainen


  • Phoebe Bridgers & Marshall Vore - Motion Sickness

    6:12

    From the Caleb Says Things with Friends comedy and music show at Lyric Hyperion on January 25, 2020 in Los Angeles, CA

  • Moses Sumney - Cut Me | A COLORS SHOW

    4:57

    New COLORS Merch out now!

    North Carolina based artist Moses Sumney shares a sublime performance of ‘Cut Me’, taken from Part 1 of his forthcoming album ‘græ'

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    COLORSXSTUDIOS is a unique aesthetic music platform showcasing exceptional talent from around the globe. COLORS focuses on the most distinctive new artists and original sounds in an increasingly fragmented and saturated scene. All COLORS shows seek to provide clear, minimalistic stage that shines a spotlight on the artists, giving them the opportunity to present their music without distraction.

    Lyrics
    When I'm weary
    And so worn out
    Ooh, when my mind's clouded and
    Filled with doubt
    That's when I feel
    The most alive
    Masochistic kisses
    Are how I thrive

    A stiffness (in)
    Inside my neck (and)
    Bangin' my head (a)
    Against the desk (woah)
    If there's no pain (is)
    There any progress

    That's when I feel
    The most alive
    Endurance
    Is the source of my pride

    Might not be healthy for me but seemingly I need
    What cuts me, cuts me, cuts me, cut me, cut me, cut me

    Guess I'm a true immigrant son
    No vacancies, no vacations
    Sure, I could do better than this
    But I don't, I wont, I don't

    Might not be healthy for me but seemingly I need
    What cuts me, cuts me, cuts me, cut me, cut me, cut me

    Hurt me, hurt me

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  • Maggie Rogers: NPR Music Tiny Desk Concert

    14:33

    Stephen Thompson | August 7, 2017 -- Maggie Rogers became a viral star on the strength of a video in which Pharrell Williams raves about a demo of what's become her signature song, Alaska. Since then, Rogers has signed a label deal, toured extensively and released a sweetly approachable, inventively arranged EP called Now That The Light Is Fading.

    For her Tiny Desk debut, Rogers performed all three of the EP's best-known songs, opening with the recent singles On + Off and Dog Years, the latter of which she calls a song for all the pups. Then, after dismissing her band, she treated us to a few warm words about public radio before introducing Alaska — a song whose buoyantly clever arrangement translates beautifully to the solo acoustic treatment she gives it here. She needn't have buttered us up; we were already all in.

    Now That The Light Is Fading is available now.
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    SET LIST

    On + Off
    Dog Years
    Alaska

    MUSICIANS

    Maggie Rogers (vocals, guitar); Grant Zubritsky (bass, synth); Alan Markley (keys); Dana LaMarca (drums).

    CREDITS

    Producers: Bob Boilen, Niki Walker, Morgan Noelle Smith; Audio Engineer: Josh Rogosin; Videographers: Niki Walker, Tsering Bista, Kara Frame; PA: Jenna Li; Photo: Liam James Doyle/NPR.

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  • Arlo Parks: Tiny Desk Concert

    16:47

    The Tiny Desk is working from home for the foreseeable future. Introducing NPR Music's Tiny Desk (home) concerts, bringing you performances from across the country and the world. It's the same spirit — stripped-down sets, an intimate setting — just a different space.

    Sept. 15, 2020 | Bobby Carter -- Most of us have experienced some form of heartbreak over the past few months. For me, music has proven to be the ultimate coping mechanism. Arlo Parks's songwriting taps into the feels we've all had this summer. Born Anaïs Oluwatoyin Estelle Marinho in London, she began writing poetry and songs because (according to her short bio) she spent her high school days feeling like that Black kid in school who couldn't dance for shit, listening to too much emo music and crushing on the girl in Spanish class. Her ability to voice harsh bouts of despair, yearning and loneliness is juxtaposed by a gentle delivery that leans into folk and R&B. That same sort of contradiction is apparent in her decor: An MF Doom poster for 1999's Operation Doomsday hangs in a room with pretty accent lights lights, plants and a corduroy sofa. The subjects she writes about are familiar to us, but our expressions of grief rarely land so beautifully.

    Accompanied by a guitar from her home in London, Parks opens with her latest single, Hurt, followed by the three songs that introduced her to the world and remind us that we really aren't alone.

    SET LIST
    Hurt
    Cola
    Eugene
    Black Dog

    MUSICIANS
    Arlo Parks: vocals, guitar

    CREDITS
    Video by: Arlo Parks; Audio by: Arlo Parks; Producer: Bobby Carter; Audio Mastering Engineer: Josh Rogosin; Video Producer: Morgan Noelle Smith; Executive Producer: Lauren Onkey; Senior VP, Programming: Anya Grundmann

  • Phoebe Bridgers - I Know the End

    5:50

    Phoebe Bridgers performing I Know the End streamed on Pitchfork's Instagram live on 04.10.2020.

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  • Saturday Sessions: Phoebe Bridgers performs “Garden Song”

    4:04

    Phoebe Bridgers was just 22 when she made “Stranger in the Alps,” her acclaimed 2017 debut. Since then, she has been involved in collaborations with Conor Oberst and others. She also became a producer of albums herself, including her latest, titled “Punisher.” Bridgers joins “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to perform “Garden Song.”

  • Phoebe Bridgers - Whats In My Bag? Home Edition

    3:19

    Phoebe Bridgers shows off some of her records from home. Her latest album 'Punisher' is available from Dead Oceans.

    Check out her picks:
    Christian Lee Hutson - Beginners (LP)
    Joanna Sternberg – Then I Try Some More (LP)
    Lala Lala – The Lamb (LP)
    Elliott Smith - New Moon (LP)
    Elliott Smith And Pete Krebs – Shytown/No Confidence Man (7)
    Bright Eyes - Cassadaga (LP)
    Nick Cave - I Hate Every Cop In This Town (POSTER)

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  • Regina Spektor covers Radiohead No Surprises for Like A Version

    3:53

    Recorded in 2010. Regina Spektor covers Radiohead for triple j's Liek A Version.
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    Like A Version is a segment on Australian radio station triple j. Every week a musician or band comes into the studio to play one of their own songs and cover a song they love. Since 2004, many artists have participated, including Childish Gambino, Lorde, CHVRCHES, Tame Impala, Tash Sultana, HAIM, Gang of Youths, Halsey, DMA'S, Aurora, Arctic Monkeys. You can watch past sessions here: You can watch Like A Versions ad-free at

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  • Radiohead Fake Plastic Trees 1995

    5:11

    This performance in a recording studio in Holland captures the band during the Bends tour. They perform their hit Fake Plastic Trees with no audience. This television show which aired from 1993-2002 was primarily filmed in a recording studio and featured artists such as Coldplay, James Taylor, Elvis Costello, Sheryl Crow, Foo Fighters, Ice T & Jan Akkerman, Jellyfish, Posies, Elliott Smith, Jackson Browne, Black Crowes, Bruce Cockburn and many others. We're fortunate to have all of the raw camera angles for the entire series, which contain many songs that never aired.

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  • Phoebe Bridgers

    43:15

    Phoebe Bridgers shares songs recorded exclusively for KEXP and joins Cheryl Waters from her home on Tuesday, August 4, at 3PM PT.

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