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Karen O And Danger Mouse Unlock A New Creative Universe
On Karen O And Danger Mouse's debut collaboration,
, the sound is inviting, thrilling and entirely distinct from the voices they each are known for in their own careers.
George Benson Has A Story To Tell
Guitar virtuoso George Benson shares tales of working with jazz greats and creating an album dedicated to Chuck Berry and Fats Domino.
Pedro The Lion's Homecoming, 15 Years In The Making
Pedro the Lion's latest album,
houses many of David Bazan's childhood memories and stunning moments of personal poetry.
Snarky Puppy's Full Pack Came Together To Record 'Immigrance'
This loosely-knit collective of funk, jazz, and rock players recorded it's latest studio album,
with the full lineup of just under 20 members.
Leyla McCalla Has The Capitalist Blues
Although the topics are heavy, McCalla's music is danceable. This is a treatment informed by the artist's Haitian roots and adopted New Orleans traditions.
Foals Makes Changes In Pursuit Of Ultimate Creative Freedom
The members of Foals produced the last two albums themselves. The British band left its lead singer alone to finish lyrics in a dark studio in South London.
With A Big Pop Sound And Sticky Turn Of Phrases, The Beths Are Taking Over
Last year, The Beths released its full-length debut,
Future Me Hates Me
. Future you will not regret hearing this session.
Catching Up With Citizen Cope
It's been seven years since Citizen Cope released his last album. Now, the singer-songwriter returns to talk about family, justice and his latest, curiously-titled album,
Heroin and Helicopters.
Better Oblivion Community Center, A Project Built On Mutual Fandom
What could be better than a new project built on the friendship of two
favorites, Phoebe Bridgers and Conor Oberst?
Patty Griffin On Restoring Her Voice And Her Soul
Hear the Grammy-winning songwriter perform songs written during her cancer treatment and discuss the deep reflections and soul-searching they contain.
BAILEN Has The Type Of Bond That Only Comes From Being Family
The Cranberries' Last Album Celebrates The Life Of Dolores O'Riordan
Anna Tivel's Songs Are Mini Movies With Unlikely Stars
Bob Mould Reflects On Albums He Loved As A Youth With 'Sunshine Rock'
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