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You Can Power Live at KEXP Volume Nine!

I still get chills when I think back to the 2011 KEXP in-studio when 4AD veterans Brendan Perry (Dead Can Dance) and Robin Guthrie (Cocteau Twins) performed Tim Buckley’s “Song to the Siren.”  I can only assume I did something really unselfish in a previous life in order to wind up right there in the roomRead more...

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Live Video: 4AD 4VR (Robin Guthrie & Brendan Perry)

KEXP DJ El Toro recently hosted a night of music he dubbed 4AD 4VR, a one-two punch of live in-studio performances from Robin Guthrie (of Cocteau Twins) and Brendan Perry (of Dead Can Dance), both musical luminaries from iconic independent record label 4AD. Of course, since then, both musicians have moved into solo projects onRead more...

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Weird At My School: 4AD 4VR

Tonight I’m thrilled to be hosting in-studio performances by two influential artists: At 9 PM we’ll be broadcasting a session with Robin Guthrie (formerly of Cocteau Twins), followed by another from Brendan Perry (formerly of Dead Can Dance) at 11 PM. And since both those men got their start recording for the iconic independent labelRead more...

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