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WorldArts brings you a daily snapshot in music. Introducing Artists to the WorldArts stage. Watch performances to interviews. As a fan be introduced to new artists, or continue to follow and support the artists you like. As an Artist Be Heard. Be Seen. Global Events. Live Performance Opportunities. WorldArts is a place to inspire and be inspired. Build a Profile on WorldArts.com. Discover Music. Network and Engage. It's all about the Music, so don't miss a beat and Subscribe.

Latest Episodes

SLANT - Through My Own Eyes

SLANT LIVE on the WorldArts Music Stage performing "Through My Own Eyes."

6 MIN2017 OCT 3
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SLANT - Through My Own Eyes

WorldArts Music Presents The Clouds Below performing 'Drippin Like Water' on the WorldArts Stage

WorldArts Music presents The Clouds Below. The Clouds Below began as an inspired idea by Malcolm Guess and Benjamin Jones. While working on remixes for their band Kaura, whom Ben and Malcolm founded and perform with; they accumulated a number of songs that they felt deserved to become it's own entity. Having both been fans of electronic music for a long time and having always talked about the idea of working together on an electronic project...The Clouds Below was born. Mixing styles of Glitch Hop, Rock, Bass and Downtempo; The Clouds Below released their first 5 song EP on July 30th 2013. Bringing their music and musicianship to the stage, The Clouds Below is an engaging visual and visceral experience with the addition of unique and impacting light show.

1 MIN2017 APR 8
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WorldArts Music Presents The Clouds Below performing 'Drippin Like Water' on the WorldArts Stage

Alyeska performing “Coyote” on the WorldArts Music Stage

Alyeska is both the archaic spelling of Alaska and the name LA-based Montana native Alaska Reid chose for her "fuzz pop" band

3 MIN2017 MAR 3
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Alyeska performing “Coyote” on the WorldArts Music Stage

Mothlight performing “Glass” on the WorldArts Music Stage

Mothlight is a 3 piece dream pop outfit from Los Angeles, CA. It has been called, at times, chillwave, dream pop, psychedelic pop. Blog Diamond Deposits described Annie as “Packing immense sky high vocals set among a lush psychedelic sheen of sunlit melodies. It’s quite the treat for the ears!” and German blog, Orange Peel, compared our sound “à la M83 oder Fleet Foxes.” Initially the solo project of Matt Billings, Mothlight released 3 EPs from 2008-2012. Matt joined with longtime friend, Grant Stevens, to release the Calico LP (2014) and after a year or so of writing new material the duo found and recruited drummer Andrew Smith and it’s been a happy marriage ever since. Mothlight will be releasing a new EP in early spring 2016.

5 MIN2017 MAR 3
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Mothlight performing “Glass” on the WorldArts Music Stage

John Finch performs 'Bridge to Your Heart' on the WorldArts Stage

Born and raised in the small country town of Pearl River, a suburb of New Orleans, Louisiana, John has been involved in ministry for a little over six years after discovering his passion to pursue music beginning in high school. Currently John leads worship every Sunday evening at St. Andrew the Apostle Catholic Church in New Orleans and during the week he travels throughout the country ministering, praying and worshipping at churches, schools and universities meeting people but most importantly inviting people to meet Jesus.

4 MIN2017 FEB 25
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John Finch performs 'Bridge to Your Heart' on the WorldArts Stage
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Latest Episodes

SLANT - Through My Own Eyes

SLANT LIVE on the WorldArts Music Stage performing "Through My Own Eyes."

6 MIN2017 OCT 3
Comments
SLANT - Through My Own Eyes

WorldArts Music Presents The Clouds Below performing 'Drippin Like Water' on the WorldArts Stage

WorldArts Music presents The Clouds Below. The Clouds Below began as an inspired idea by Malcolm Guess and Benjamin Jones. While working on remixes for their band Kaura, whom Ben and Malcolm founded and perform with; they accumulated a number of songs that they felt deserved to become it's own entity. Having both been fans of electronic music for a long time and having always talked about the idea of working together on an electronic project...The Clouds Below was born. Mixing styles of Glitch Hop, Rock, Bass and Downtempo; The Clouds Below released their first 5 song EP on July 30th 2013. Bringing their music and musicianship to the stage, The Clouds Below is an engaging visual and visceral experience with the addition of unique and impacting light show.

1 MIN2017 APR 8
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WorldArts Music Presents The Clouds Below performing 'Drippin Like Water' on the WorldArts Stage

Alyeska performing “Coyote” on the WorldArts Music Stage

Alyeska is both the archaic spelling of Alaska and the name LA-based Montana native Alaska Reid chose for her "fuzz pop" band

3 MIN2017 MAR 3
Comments
Alyeska performing “Coyote” on the WorldArts Music Stage

Mothlight performing “Glass” on the WorldArts Music Stage

Mothlight is a 3 piece dream pop outfit from Los Angeles, CA. It has been called, at times, chillwave, dream pop, psychedelic pop. Blog Diamond Deposits described Annie as “Packing immense sky high vocals set among a lush psychedelic sheen of sunlit melodies. It’s quite the treat for the ears!” and German blog, Orange Peel, compared our sound “à la M83 oder Fleet Foxes.” Initially the solo project of Matt Billings, Mothlight released 3 EPs from 2008-2012. Matt joined with longtime friend, Grant Stevens, to release the Calico LP (2014) and after a year or so of writing new material the duo found and recruited drummer Andrew Smith and it’s been a happy marriage ever since. Mothlight will be releasing a new EP in early spring 2016.

5 MIN2017 MAR 3
Comments
Mothlight performing “Glass” on the WorldArts Music Stage

John Finch performs 'Bridge to Your Heart' on the WorldArts Stage

Born and raised in the small country town of Pearl River, a suburb of New Orleans, Louisiana, John has been involved in ministry for a little over six years after discovering his passion to pursue music beginning in high school. Currently John leads worship every Sunday evening at St. Andrew the Apostle Catholic Church in New Orleans and during the week he travels throughout the country ministering, praying and worshipping at churches, schools and universities meeting people but most importantly inviting people to meet Jesus.

4 MIN2017 FEB 25
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John Finch performs 'Bridge to Your Heart' on the WorldArts Stage
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