Watch: Daughter Perform 'Tomorrow' Live in Studio A

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London-based trio Daughter has only released two EPs thus far, but the band has generated the same sort of feverish post-CMJ buzz as the one that accompanied the xx several years ago. Daughter visited The Alternate Side a couple of weeks ago for an interview and four-song set which we'll run later this autumn, but as a sneak preview, check out Daughter performing "Tomorrow," live in Studio A.

Watch Little Green Cars Perform 'The John Wayne' Live At The FUV/TAS CMJ Showcase

Little Green Cars, the young Dublin band that closed out the WFUV/TAS CMJ showcase on October 16 with a rousing set, just released their debut single, the anthemic stomp "The John Wayne," back in July. Watch them perform the song live at our CMJ showcase which was supported by TuneIn. Listen to the world.

Savoir Adore At The WFUV And TAS 2012 CMJ Showcase

Brooklyn's Savoir Adore, a synth-pop quintet led by best friends Paul Hammer and Deidre Muro, self-released its sophomore album,Our Nature, the same day as WFUV and The Alternate Side's first CMJ showcase on October 16 — a perfect confluence of celebratory events. We'll rebroadcast our CMJ showcase on TAS on FUV tomorrow, October 19, from 10 p.m. to midnight, or find the entire concert  in the WFUV archives.

Indians Join WFUV And TAS At The 2012 CMJ Music Marathon

Copenhagen's Søren Løkke Juul, who goes by the moniker Indians, recently signed to 4AD after releasing a spate of well-received singles. His debut album, Somewhere Else, is due on January 29 (January 28 in the UK/EU) and you can listen to his solo appearance at WFUV and The Alternate Side's CMJ showcase, taped on October 16, when it airs on TAS on FUV tomorrow, October 19, from 10 p.m. to midnight. Or listen to the show in WFUV's archives here.

First Listen: Tame Impala, 'Lonerism'

Not a collection of psychedelic freakouts so much as a collection of controlled psychedelic slow-burns, Tame Impala's Lonerism makes alienation and introversion sound both alluring and, ironically, inviting. Listen to Lonerism streaming now via WFUV and NPR Music prior to the album's October 9 release.

Watch Mumford & Sons Perform Live At WFUV's Studio A

Mumford & Sons are back with a second album, Babel, out today in the UK and Europe and tomorrow, September 25, in the States. The banjo-wielding band played "Saturday Night Live" over the weekend, but recently Marcus Mumford and his compadres made their way to the Bronx and stopped by WFUV's Studio A for a hearty, acoustic performance and interview with host Rita Houston. Listen to the session tomorrow night at 9 p.m. EDT on 90.7 WFUV (and streaming), right before TAS on FUV. Too impatient to wait? Watch videos of Mumford & Sons' three-song set from Babel after the jump.

Watch Husky's Cover Of Leonard Cohen's 'Lover Lover Lover' Live In Studio A

Folk rockers Husky are a long way from their Melbourne, Australia base these days; the band toured the States this summer supporting its debut album, Forever So, and they'll return in late October for headlining dates. The harmonizing quartet dropped by The Alternate Side recently to perform a set; we'll post that session later this fall, but we loved the band's acoustic, three-vocal version of Leonard Cohen's 1974 song "Lover Lover Lover."  Check out the video — an early preview of Husky's excellent session — after the jump.

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