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In this session, what you're going to hear are solo performances — just Pallett, using effects and looping to create layers of sound.
NPR pop critic Ann Powers highlights new songs from Brit Taylor, Molly Parden, The Brummies and C.A. Jones.
Cordovas frontperson Joe Firstman speaks with host Raina Douris about the unusual path of his music career — and performs four songs.
Joan Osborne has had a lot of success with music written by other people over the years, but Trouble And Strife is all her.
Beabadoobee plays her hit "Coffee," plus three songs from her new album, Fake It Flowers.
A collective of around 65 women and nonbinary singers perform both originals and covers on Resistance Revival Chorus' album This Joy, recorded just before the pandemic.
DEHD's Emily Kempf started out as a very shy kid – but now, she loves the rush of performing live. Hear a live performance in this session.
When Alanis Morissette released her breakout record 25 years ago, it was powerful and brutally honest in ways hadn't been heard before. In this session, she speaks on the album and more recent musical of the same name.
The Third Gleam has no big band, no synths, no electric guitar. Just the brothers and their longtime bassist, Bob Crawford, for a series of songs.
The 79rs Gang's new album, Expect the Unexpected, feeds the head and tickles the feet, featuring collaborations with members of Arcade Fire and LCD Soundsystem, among others.
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