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The Sessions at Midori House - latest episodes
US indie quartet Saint Motel hit the studio to play some tunes from their latest audio-visual album ‘Saintmotelevision’.
Seoul-based electro-pop duo Love X Stereo join Bill Leuty in the studio to play live tracks and discuss their new album, 37A.
Saskatchewan singer Colter Wall comes to Midori House to play Canadian country music from his eponymous debut album.
Israeli producer and musician Noga Erez takes centre stage this week as she performs from her debut album 'Off The Radar'.
British-Brazilian singer and former frontwoman of Smoke City Nina Miranda tells us about her new album ‘Freedom of Movement’ and performs a few new tracks alongside her 1990s hit ‘Underwater Love’.
Grammy-winning country star Jason Isbell joins us in the studio to play from his brand new album ‘The Nashville Sound’.
Live music from husband-and-wife duo Tennis, who play from their new album ‘Yours Conditionally’.
Sarah Cracknell, lead singer of Saint Etienne, drops by to perform from the band’s new album ‘Home Counties’ and talks leaving – and returning to – suburbia with Andrew Mueller.
Aarhus-based noise-pop group Lowly come to Midori House to play from their debut album ‘Heba’.
’90s rock and pop favourites The Charlatans are back with a brand new album called ‘Different Days’. Tim Burgess and Mark Collins from the band come into the studio to play from it.
UK R&B singer Purple Ferdinand plays from her new EP ‘Rain or Shine’ and talks about making the leap from a big record label to an independent one.
We give our 2015 session with French-Israeli singer Yael Naïm another spin.
We revisit some of our favourite live performances from the year so far, including tracks by Martha Wainwright, Hippo Campus, Novella and Michael Nau.
Hailing from the Faroe Islands, Eivør performs in the studio and tells us how her tiny home country proved to be big inspiration for new album ‘Slør’.
American musician Weyes Blood discusses how the changing world we live in inspired her latest album ‘Front Row Seat To Earth’ and plays live in the studio.