Miley Unplugged & Uncensored

Censors off, volume up. Blast the untamed version of 'Miley Cyrus: Unplugged,' including a never-before-seen cover performance of Arctic Monkeys' "Why'd You Only Call Me When You're High."

Unplugged: Rita Ora

Rita Ora is burning up the U.K. charts with her brand of R&B dance pop. Hear her gear down with acoustic versions of tracks like "Hot Right Now," "How We Do (Party)," and "R.I.P."

Unplugged: WALK THE MOON

The celestial indie rockers bring it down to earth and play songs such as 'Anna Sun' from their self-titled major-label debut in this rousing 'MTV Unplugged' performance. Watch it now.

Unplugged: Florence + The Machine

Watch as Florence Welch and her magnificent Machine perform hits from their multi-platinum debut album and their latest effort, the dramatic and theatrical, 'Ceremonials.'

Unplugged: Young The Giant

The indie rockers cover Gorillaz and play songs from their self-titled album in this 'MTV Unplugged' performance. Watch the live stream now.

Unplugged: Thirty Seconds To Mars

Watch your favorite cinematic rockers deliver dramatic renditions of much-beloved Mars tracks plus a cover of U2's "Where The Streets Have No Name," with the help of a gospel choir.

Unplugged: Lykke Li

Watch as the beloved Scandinavian songstress performs "Possibility," "I Follow Rivers," "Dance Dance Dance" and more in a stunning, stripped-down Unplugged set.

Watch the Performances

  1. U.K. sensation turned new Roc-Nation star Rita Ora shows her versatility with this intimate and stripped-down set.


  2. Cincinnati indie-rockers WALK THE MOON may come from an unlikely place, but their classic grooves and melodies make for an unforgettable 'MTV Unplugged.'


  3. Boasting an eclectic mix of brassy neo soul and ethereal baroque pop, Florence + The Machine pull out all the stops for their hushed yet grand Unplugged performance.


  4. From rollicking rock to lush love songs, Young The Giant pulls the plug for an intimate, exhilarating performance.


  5. Thirty Seconds To Mars' 'MTV Unplugged' was less a small, private taping and more a supernatural confluence shot on sacred ground.


  6. Watch as the beloved Scandinavian songstress performs "Possibility," "I Follow Rivers," "Dance Dance Dance" and more in a stunning, stripped-down Unplugged set.


  7. Returning from their three year hiatus, Train perform music off their new album, 'Save Me San Francisco' as well as one of their all time hits, 'Drops Of Jupiter' in this soul searching Unplugged.


  8. Ivy-League indie rockers Vampire Weekend refine all the energy, wit and charm of their songs for this pitch-perfect 'MTV Unplugged' performance.


  9. Watch our favorite punky pop rockers play their hits and songs from their latest album, 'Brand New Eyes,' exclusively for 'MTV Unplugged.'


  10. Los Angeles based indie rock veterans Silversun Pickups explore the 'creepy, quieter' moments of their songs. Watch their exclusive 'MTV Unplugged' performance.


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About Unplugged

  1. MTV's acclaimed acoustic music series showcases the work of today's top artists and introduces the stars of tomorrow. The series' roster runs the gamut from pop mainstays like Katy Perry, Paramore, Adam Lambert, and Alicia Keys, to indie darlings such as Phoenix, Silversun Pickups, and Lykke Li. ‘Unplugged' is an unrivaled listening experience that exposes the raw talent of your favorite artists. The beloved franchise got its start in 1989 and in the span of more than two decades has featured such iconic artists as Eric Clapton, Paul McCartney, Mariah Carey, Nirvana, Bob Dylan, Kiss, Lauryn Hill, and Oasis. The explosion of renewed interest in Folk and acoustic music in general in the late 80s led to the birth of the series, which now also appears on MTV sister networks Vh1 and CMT. Vh1's ‘Storytellers' is a direct offshoot of ‘Unplugged' with behind-the-scenes and interview footage interspersed with the performances.

More Music

  1. Bow down! Get to know the leader of the alternative hip-hop collective Odd Future Wolf Gang Kill Them All.

  2. Sporting old-school beats and casual-cool rhymes, breakout hipster MC and genre-hopper Theophilus London is bending ears and quickly emerging as the New York rapper to watch.

  3. With Heartland roots and a Brooklyn home base, The National are lighting up the indie scene with fervent concerts that crescendo to a thing of soaring beauty.

  4. Go "In My Room" with this shimmering retro band live in Austin.

  5. A sweet confection of fuzzed-out noise-pop, dreamy girlish vocals and fiery electronic-like beats, the Brooklyn duo named Sleigh Bells are a sonic call to arms and like nothing you've ever heard.