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LAST UPDATED: 6/13 at 12:01 AM ET

HERE ARE TODAY'S LIVESTREAMS (Saturday, 6/13):

La Blogotheque's Stay Away Shows streams every day at 1 PM ET on Instagram. Today Charlotte Adigéry performs.

Rough Trade's daily Instagram TV series, Rough Trade Transmissions, continues at 1 PM ET. Today Garrett Moore performs.

Aluna, Netsky, A-Trak, Snakehips, Anna Lunoe, Kaskade, Boys Noize and more perform starting at 3 PM ET as part of virtual fest Digital Mirage, which streams through Sunday.

Tim Burgess of The Charlatans is presenting daily Twitter listening parties for classic (and sometimes new) indie and alternative albums, with commentary from the artists who made them. Today they'll discuss Theophilus London's Bebey at 3 PM ET, The Vaccines' What Did You Expect at 4 PM ET, and The Charlatans' Modern Nature at 5 PM ET.

Jesse Malin's weekly livestream series "The Fine Art of Self Distancing" streams at 4 PM ET on YouTube. Today's guest is Craig Finn of The Hold Steady.

Pickathon continues broadcasting a concert a day from their vaults at 4 PM ET, and you can watch on BrooklynVegan's Facebook. They're taking donations for MusiCares' COVID-19 relief fund, and today's set is with CAAMP.

Honus Honus of Man Man's daily "Live from Honie Pond Shower Stream" streams at 4 PM ET on Instagram.

Christine and the Queens are doing something on Instagram every day at 5 PM ET, "guests and weird concepts included."

Puddles Pity Party's livestream series continues at 5:30 PM ET on veeps.com.

Live From Here with Chris Thile streams a from-home edition at 6 PM ET on YouTube with Rufus Wainwright, The War and Treaty, Lady Midnight, Hawktail, Becca Stevens, Eve L. Ewing, and Lulu Miller.

Perfume Genius, Pabllo Vittar, Shamir, Tove Lo, and more perform at 7 PM ET on Billboard and Hollywood Reporter's Pride Prom.

Ben Folds performs on YouTube at 7 PM ET.

The Met is hosting “Nightly Met Opera Streams” every day during its coronavirus closure. Each night is a different "complete operatic gem from our collection of HD presentations from the past 14 years," and begins streaming at 7:30 PM ET. The Met's "At-Home" Gala streams today.

Jeff Rosenstock, Shilpa Ray, Cooper-Moore and more perform on Shea Stadium's fundraiser for Emily Gallagher for State Assembly at 8 PM ET. Tickets are on sale now.

Shoreline Mafia streams "Live From the Studio" at 8 PM ET on Monster Energy's YouTube for their Live on Location series.

Dead & Company's "One More Saturday Night" archival stream series continues at 8 PM ET on nugs.tv.

Doug Martsch of Built to Spill covers Daniel Johnston on No-Comply Skate Shop's Instagram at 10 PM ET.

Jeff Tweedy's livestream series "The Tweedy Show" streams most nights on Instagram at 10 PM ET.

Nick Cave's Bad Seed TeeVee broadcasts videos, live performances, interviews, and more 24/7 on YouTube.

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MORE STUFF TO WATCH AND LISTEN TO FROM HOME

Every day, we're posting more of our favorite live concert videos here. Also, check out our latest album reviews in Notable Releases and Bill’s Indie Basement and subscribe to our monthly Spotify playlist to listen to some of our favorite new songs.

Missed livestreams or other quarantine/isolation videos from earlier this week/previous weeks? Watch archives of Lou Barlow playing a new Dinosaur Jr. song, Kurt Vile covering John Prine, American Football playing "Stay Home" while staying home, Matt Berninger on Colbert, full set videos from Primavera Sound, Paul Simon & Edie Brickell, PUP's Stefan Babcock, Billie Joe Armstrong, Matt Freeman playing Rancid, Op Ivy, and Motorhead, Baroness, Bon Iver, Julien Baker, James Blake, Dashboard Confessional, The Hives, Brian Fallon covering Lana Del Rey and talking with Chris Carrabba of Dashboard Confessional, Ben Gibbard covering The Beatles, Metallica, Mutoid Man, Jeff Tweedy, John Prine covers, Jason Isbell & Amanda Shires covering Radiohead, Jim James covering The Beatles and Bill Withers, Angel Olsen covering Roxy Music and Tori Amos, The Tallest Man on Earth covering Wilco, Bruce Springsteen, Bon Iver, Joni Mitchell, John Lennon, The Strokes, The National, Daniel Johnston and more, Phoebe Bridgers covering Conor Oberst, and Theh 1975, and Code Orange.

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UPCOMING LIVESTREAMS

Sunday, June 14

Catch Alex Henry Foster and his band The Long Shadows as they perform a live direct-to-vinyl from their Montreal-based church-studio this upcoming Sunday, June 14, at 9 AM Eastern Time. Watch HERE.

Will Putney is hosting a benefit for the ACLU, We Can Do Better: Words From The Underground, starting at 12 PM ET on soundrink.live, with Ice-T, members of Every Time I Die, Knocked Loose, Converge, Terror, Nails, Incendiary, Harms Way, Counterparts, Vein, and tons more.

La Blogotheque's Stay Away Shows streams every day at 1 PM ET on Instagram. Today Gemma performs.

Laura Marling is giving guitar lessons on Instagram every Sunday at 2 PM ET.

The second virtual Bang on a Can Marthon streams at 3 PM ET on bangonacan.org, with over 40 artists, including Terry Riley, Nico Muhly, Rhiannon Giddens, Shara Nova, Nadia Sirota, and more.

Pickathon continues broadcasting a concert a day from their vaults at 4 PM ET, and you can watch on BrooklynVegan's Facebook. They're taking donations for MusiCares' COVID-19 relief fund, and today's set is with Mikal Cronin.

Roger Harvey "Live from a Distance," streams weekly at 4:20 PM ET on YouTube.

G Herbo streams "Live From Studio M" at 8 PM ET on Monster Energy's YouTube for their Live on Location series.

A-Trak (drum machine set), Aluna, Anna Lunoe, Baauer, Boys Noize, Chromeo (DJ set), Hot Chip (DJ set), Shiba San and more perform Friday through Sunday as part of virtual fest Digital Mirage.

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Monday, June 15

Jehnny Beth of Savages is celebrating her solo debut, To Live Is to Love, with a livestreamed performance at 2:30 PM ET. Pre-order the album from Banquet Records for access.

Rolling Stone releases new episodes of their video series "In My Room" on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays at 3 PM ET on Instagram.

Metallica are streaming previous concerts at 8 PM ET on Monday nights on YouTube.

Saint Vitus Bar's interview series continues tonight at 8 PM ET on Instagram.

Waxahatchee performs Cerulean Salt in full at 9 PM ET, part of her full album livestream series. Tickets are on sale.

Green Day's Billie Joe Armstrong releases "a cover song every week until we’re let back out into the world" every Monday.

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Tuesday, June 16

Phish will show previous shows every Tuesday "for a while" at 8:30 PM ET on webcast.livephish.com for their "Dinner And A Movie: An Archival Video Series."

Joe Pernice plays a Parlor Room Home Session at 9 PM ET on signaturesounds.com.

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Wednesday, June 17

Lucy Dacus performs at 2:30 PM ET on royalalberthall.com, part of their Royal Albert Home series.

Jason Isbell, Amanda Shires, Keb Mo, Rosanne Cash and more perform on "Keep the Music Playing" at 6 PM ET on acmeradiolive.com, Facebook, and YouTube.

David Bazan of Pedro the Lion plays songs from home on Wednesdays at 7 PM ET on davidbazan.com.

Grim Year Wednesdays is a virtual fundraiser for Virginia Anti-Violence Project, who “work[s] to address and end violence, with a specific focus on LGBT and queer communities across Virginia.” It streams every Wednesday at 7:30 PM ET on Zoom with interviews and performances. This week’s includes an interview with Mitchie Shue (Gif From God, Listless, Great Dismal) and a performance/interview with Na'eem (The Hunting Dog, Richmond Food Clothing Resistance Collective)

Brian Fallon's weekly livestream show "SITTIN’ ROUND AT HOME" continues at 8 PM ET on Instagram.

Bob Weir (Grateful Dead) streams previous Bob Weir and Wolf Bros performances in his weekly "Weir Wednesdays" series at 8 PM ET on nugs.tv.

Dave Matthews Band are streaming previous shows on Wednesdays at 8 PM ET on dmbdrivein.com.

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Thursday, June 18

Radiohead continue streaming previous concerts weekly on YouTube at 5 PM ET.

Phoebe Bridgers performs on KEXP's At Home series on YouTube at 6 PM ET.

The Fest's weekly Fest At Home series continues at 7 PM ET on Facebook.

Mukiss (Caeleigh Featherstone of Saintseneca), Zac Little (of Saintseneca) and Smidley (Conor Murphy of Foxing) perform on Baby's All Right's Baby TV at 8 PM ET. Tickets are on sale now.

Clap Your Hands Say Yeah performs on Twitch every Thursday at 8 PM ET.

Mirah is livestreaming on Instagram every Thursday at 8 PM ET.

Angel Olsen performs Half Way Home "almost in its entirety," and "other rarities," at the first show of her Cosmic Stream series, at 9 PM ET. Tickets are on sale now.

Elephant Stone's weekly livestream "Sacred Sounds Sessions" continues today at 9 PM ET on YouTube and Facebook.

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Friday, June 19

The Tallest Man on Earth's weekly Friday livestream continue on YouTube at 3 PM ET.

Wild Nothing is "playing records from my collection, pulling out some Wild Nothing demos and old radio sessions from time to time and taking questions and occasionally requests in the chat" on Twitch at 3 PM ET on Fridays.

Low on Instagram at 4 PM ET, every Friday.

New Colossus Festival continues their weekly livestream series at 5 PM ET on Facebook.

Donita Sparks of L7 hosts "The Hi-Low Show with Donita Sparks" on Fridays at 6 PM ET weekly on YouTube.

Grateful Dead continue their weekly stream of previous concerts and Q&A series, "Shakedown Stream" at 8 PM ET on YouTube.

Robert Fripp of King Crimson is sharing soundscapes, part of his Music for Quiet Moments series, every Friday.

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Saturday, June 20

La Blogotheque's Stay Away Shows streams every day at 1 PM ET on Instagram. Today Marissa Nadler performs.

Kvelertak are playing a "Game Show" set, which includes "spinning the Kvelertak 'Setlist of Fortune' - we've dug up some old classics and rehearsed songs we've never, or rarely, played live before. There will be a proper Q&A and we'll take a couple requests," from Amper Tone Studio in Oslo at 3 PM ET. Tickets are on sale now.

Small Business Live streams at 4 PM ET on TikTok, YouTube, Instagram, and Facebook, with 2 Chainz, Brandi Carlile, Brittany Howard, Leon Bridges, Nathaniel Rateliff, T-Pain, and more.

Sleaford Mods are broadcasting a performance from London's 100 Club at 4 PM ET, and tickets are on sale now.

J. Balvin's "Behind the Colores: The Live Experience" streams on YouTube at 7 PM ET.

'Round Midnight Preserves,' featuring "musical collaborations, never-before-seen performances from past Midnight Preserves, and commentary from Preservation Hall Creative Director Ben Jaffe, director Danny Clinch and special guests," streams at 9 PM ET on YouTube, Facebook, and Twitch, with Preservation Hall Jazz Band, Dave Grohl, Elvis Costello, Beck, Jim James, Nathaniel Rateliff and more.

Aoife Nessa Frances, Bill Ryder-Jones, Tim Burgess, Frank Turner and more perform at a Tiny Changes Fundraiser over Saturday and Sunday on Facebook.

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Sunday, June 21

City Winery streams a Father's Day Special at 5 PM ET with Willie Nile, Billy Bragg, Joan Osborne, Dar Williams and more; tickets are on sale now.

Black Pumas do a livestream performance at 8 PM ET; RSVP here.

Aoife Nessa Frances, Bill Ryder-Jones, Tim Burgess, Frank Turner and more perform at a Tiny Changes Fundraiser over Saturday and Sunday on Facebook.

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Monday, June 22

Waxahatchee performs Ivy Tripp in full at 9 PM ET, part of her full album livestream series. Tickets are on sale.

Yola performs on Country Music Hall of Fame's Instagram at 9 PM ET.

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Wednesday, June 24

Grim Year Wednesdays is a virtual fundraiser for Virginia Anti-Violence Project, who “work[s] to address and end violence, with a specific focus on LGBT and queer communities across Virginia.” It streams every Wednesday at 7:30 PM ET on Zoom with interviews and performances. This week’s includes an interview with Shawn Decker (Middle-Man Records, Plague Walker, coma regalia, etc.) and a performance/interview with Leslie Hong (Haybaby, Grandma).

All in WA: A Concert for COVID-19 Relief streams at 10 PM ET on Twitch, with Pearl Jam, Dave Matthews, Ben Gibbard, Brandi Carlile, Sir Mix-A-Lot and more.

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Saturday, June 27

Puddles Pity Party's livestream series continues at 5:30 PM ET on veeps.com.

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Monday, June 29

Waxahatchee performs Out in the Storm in full at 9 PM ET, part of her full album livestream series. Tickets are on sale.

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Tuesday, June 30

Tanya Tucker performs at the Foundation for Love and Acceptance's virtual concert, hosted by Kristin Chenoweth and Cody Alan, at 8 PM ET on f4la.org.

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Monday, July 6

Waxahatchee performs Saint Cloud in full at 9 PM ET, part of her full album livestream series. Tickets are on sale.

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Wednesday, July 8

Experimental Sound Studio’s Quarantine Concerts stream at 7:30 PM ET on pioneerworks.org, with HUBBLE (Ben Greenberg), Jeremiah Cymerman, Lea Bertucci, Yuka C. Honda, YATTA, LEYA, and Greg Fox.

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Saturday, July 11

Puddles Pity Party's livestream series continues at 5:30 PM ET on veeps.com.

Winnipeg Folk Festival At Home streams at 8 PM ET on YouTube and Facebook, with previous sets from A Tribe Called Red, Arlo Guthrie, Brandi Carlile, City and Colour, Courtney Barnett, Jason Isbell, John K Samson and the Winter Wheat, Sheryl Crow and more, and new performances from Waxahatchee, Kurt Vile and the Sadies, Steve Gunn and more.

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Thursday, July 23

Diamanda Galas performs from inside the empty Fridman Gallery at 8 PM ET, streaming on fridmanlive.com.

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Saturday, July 25

Puddles Pity Party's livestream series continues at 5:30 PM ET on veeps.com.

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Thursday, July 30

Lollapalooza is holding a virtual edition, streaming through Sunday, with "performances from around the city and beyond, epic archival sets from Chicago and the festival's six international editions, never-before-seen footage from the 1990s and much more."

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Friday, July 31

Lollapalooza is holding a virtual edition, streaming through Sunday, with "performances from around the city and beyond, epic archival sets from Chicago and the festival's six international editions, never-before-seen footage from the 1990s and much more."

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Saturday, August 1

Lollapalooza is holding a virtual edition, streaming through Sunday, with "performances from around the city and beyond, epic archival sets from Chicago and the festival's six international editions, never-before-seen footage from the 1990s and much more."

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Sunday, August 2

Lollapalooza is holding a virtual edition, wrapping up today, with "performances from around the city and beyond, epic archival sets from Chicago and the festival's six international editions, never-before-seen footage from the 1990s and much more."

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