The Current Sessions®

Live Performances from The Current.

Lala Lala perform songs from 'I Want The Door To Open'

The best advice Lala Lala's Lillie West ever got about touring? "When you're in the car, just don't feel like you have to talk all the time. Everybody doesn't have to be hanging out all the time, it can be quiet."

Catching up with Lizzo on "Rumors," and returning to the stage

Fresh off the release of her collaboration with Cardi B on "Rumors," we catch up with the Grammy-winning artist Lizzo about her first performance in two years, and how many songs she's written during quarantine. (Answer: HUNDREDS.)

"Keep your mind open," advises The Record Company's Chris Vos

Ahead of their new record, 'Play Loud,' The Record Company join Mary Lucia for a virtual session to talk about the importance of staying open minded in artistic collaborations, and how the band's writing process changed in a virtual setting.

Nashville's Adia Victoria plays songs from 'A Southern Gothic'

Adia Victoria joins us for a virtual session to play songs from her upcoming record, 'A Southern Gothic'. Victoria catches up with Jill Riley about her journey to Nashville, putting together the new record, and the community she built over quarantine.

Michigander perform a seven-song #MicroShow set at Icehouse

"It's good to be playing music again," said Jason Singer of Detroit's Michigander, who took the stage at Icehouse in Minneapolis with a seven-song #MicroShow set from across their discography, including tracks from their latest release, 'Everything Will Be OK Eventually'.

Ya Tseen discuss collaborating in a spaceship, and not getting precious about it

Ya Tseen, the newest project from the multi-disciplinary Indigenous artist Nicholas Galanin, joins The Current to play songs from their debut record Indian Yard. Galanin and his longtime collaborator OCnotes discuss the making of the record, their spaceship recording studio in Sitka, Alaska, and the importance of not getting precious about your work in collaborations.

LUMP perform songs from 'Animal' in virtual session

LUMP--the collaborative project between Laura Marling and Tunng's Mike Lindsay--join The Current to play songs from their sophomore record, Animal. The duo catch up with The Current's Jill Riley about how they came together, the freedoms of exploring a new sound in this project, and the 8 foot tall tulle puppet Laura's been working on.