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Dessa, a raconteur rapper and slick singer who studied philosophy and dabbled in slam poetry, is one of the most anomalous artists in music today.
Dave Matthews' opinions on U.S. race relations, excitement for a new band line-up and acceptance of "Crash Into Me" are all products of reflection.
There's a beautiful reflectiveness within Birdtalker's song that comes from Zack Green's soul-searching and Dani Green's skill with story and metaphor.
Yes, the band makes party music, but the members have worked incredibly hard to get here, surviving hurricanes and discrimination in the music business.
Case reflects on a solitary childhood, the fire that consumed her house, the subjugation of women and the fate of humanity, and performs songs from her latest album, Hell-On.
The message of Turner's new album Be More Kind applies both to the ways we treat the world around us and the way we treat ourselves.
Songwriting and musicianship aside, one of the things fans latch on to is that this band feels like a good hang.
LaMontagne shares life stories, including how he met his wife at 8 years old, and performs songs from his latest album 'Part of the Light.'
The former Los Angelese Times music critic was given complete editorial control over the singer-songwriter's biography.
Hear the story of how the brothers went from singing in the pubs of an old steel town outside London to recording at Rick Rubin's Shangri La Studios in Malibu.
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