Live from the Living Room: This Week’s Artist Live Streams (9/8-9/13)
Your weekly itinerary for CDC-approved live music experiences.
In case you’ve spent the month at a remote desert retreat, we’re currently undergoing a global pandemic requiring everyone to remain indoors as much as possible, consequently depriving us of any and all live music. The music industry was quick to remedy this financial blow as best they could with live streams, and we’ve already seen some great covers (and interesting living rooms) a few weeks into our collective quarantine.
We’ll be updating this page daily to keep you up to date on who’s doing what, where, and when (all times PST).
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Dehd are playing KEXP’s At Home series.
Tune in to Rough Trade’s IG Live to catch Anjimile’s Transmissions set.
Baroness are playing their 2019 LP Gold & Grey in full from NYC.
Margo’s coming to us live for night two of streams from Nashville’s Brooklyn Bowl.
K.M. picks his way through Harlem River in the first of six promised full-album performances.
Swamp Dogg plays through Sorry You Couldn’t Make It for Pioneer Works.
John will play Noise Pop’s No Place Like Home series, benefiting the indie music community.
L.A. Witch introduce their new record Play With Fire with a live set.
Episode 3 of Rave the Vote hits Twitch this Friday.
Sit around the campfire with Long Neck and friends.
Is fest is streaming live (and free) all weeknd on Twitch.
The Walkmen celebrates the release of his new live album with a live performance.
Mods coming to you live from London’s 100 Club.
3:00 p.m. — Spencer. (stream)
Catch alt-R&B newcomer Spencer. at home on KEXP.
Margo’s coming to you live from Nashville’s newly minted Brooklyn Bowl.
Devendra will be playing songs from his 2002 album Oh Me Oh My.
Rough Trade welcome Eric Earley for a Transmissions set.
Rema and Patoranking are also slated to play free sets for SummerStage.
Mirah plays songs from her 2004 record C’mon Miracle this evening.