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Pavement's Stephen Malkmus Decided It Was Time To Make A Weirdo-Folk Record
There are lots of projects that you might know Stephen Malkmus from, but none of them sound like his latest album,
Lucinda Williams Has Forged Her Own Path
Hear a conversation with Lucinda Williams recorded from her home in Nashville at the end of June about her new album,
Good Souls Better Angels
'The State, Unchecked, Is Your Ultimate Enemy': Run The Jewels On 'RTJ4'
Killer Mike and El-P talk about the way
has resonated in this moment, the dynamic between the two that allows them to create such compelling stories and the televised speech that Killer Mike gave to the people of Atlanta last month.
Jonathan Wilson Goes Back To His Roots For 'Dixie Blur'
The artist-producer behind albums from Dawes and Father John Misty and who's partly credited with revitalizing the Laurel Canyon music scene decided to pick up and head to Nashville for his new album.
Bob Geldof Reflects On Live Aid, 35 Years Later
An estimated 1.9 billion people tuned in to watch Live Aid 35 years ago today. It was an unprecedented, star-studded benefit concert â€“ and it was the brainchild of today's guest, Bob Geldof.
Rufus Wainwright Wants You To 'Unfollow The Rules'
Folk singer-songwriter Rufus Wainwright returned to LA, where he made his 1998 debut, to make his new record. He says the title comes from the idea of reexamining the world to make your own decisions.
Willie Nelson Inhabits The Songs Of Others On 'First Rose Of Spring'
In this session, Nelson reflects on
First Rose of Spring
, his 70th studio album released July 3.
The Jayhawks Returned To Minnesota To Record Its New Album 'XOXO'
You'll hear full band performances as well as an interview with The Jayhawks' bandleader, Gary Louris, in this session. He talks about writing for The Chicks,
Muzz Is Not A Supergroup
Though it features members of Interpol, The Walkmen and Bonny Light Horseman, Muzz says the term "supergroup" doesn't apply.
Paul Beaubrun's Album 'Rasanbleman (Red Moon)' Is A Celebration Of Haitian Music
Rasanbleman (Red Moon)
is Haitian creole for "a large gathering." It refers to the group of nearly 30 musicians and artists who got together for the album's recording sessions in Jacmel, Haiti.
On 'Neon Cross,' Jaime Wyatt Overcomes Her Past Like A True Country Outlaw
Nicole Atkins Takes Us To The Beach On 'Italian Ice'
Brandy Clark Has An Impressive Songwriting Resume
On 'Devotion,' Margaret Glaspy Allowed Herself To Be More Vulnerable
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