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With 'Silver Landings,' Mandy Moore Reclaims Her First Love, Music
The teen pop-turned-TV star shares what it was like working with her husband, Taylor Goldsmith of Dawes, on her new album, and how he helped her return to songwriting.
LA Radio DJ Nic Harcourt On 5 Recent Local Music Discoveries
Kicking off the
Sense Of Place series in Los Angeles, local radio legend Nic Harcourt shares his favorite new discoveries.
Radio DJ Zane Lowe Shares His Take On The Future Of Music
While capturing a Sense Of Place in Los Angeles, Zane Lowe shares the city's currently status and where artists and fans might go from here in this strange moment in history.
How A Book Of New Orleans Brothels Inspired Don Vappie's Latest Album
The Blue Book of Storyville was a catalog that described the city's many brothels and prostitutes. Don Vappie, known for interpreting New Orleans' music canon, used it to imagine his latest album.
Waxahatchee Ventures From Her Rock Roots To Americana
Waxahatchee's Katie Crutchfield went through a period of personal growth while making her latest album, 'Saint Cloud.'
Steve Earle Tells The Story Of A West Virginian Mining Disaster Through Song
Earle knows the value of storytelling as a way to find our shared humanity. He used that talent to write the music for a play called
and make his latest album,
Ghosts of West Virginia.
Early James On His Debut Album And A Dose Of Perspective About His Canceled Tour
The young singer-songwriter, whose debut album was released last month on Dan Auerbach's Easy Eye Sound and Nonesuch Records, provides a thoughtful explanation of life on his song "High Horse."
Classic World Cafe: Sheryl Crow On Her Debut Album, 'Tuesday Night Music Club'
Today, you can pretend it's 1993: One month ago, a new singer-songwriter named Sheryl Crow released her debut album called
Tuesday Night Music Club
, but it wasn't an immediate success.
M. Ward Is Staying Busy During the Pandemic
M. Ward discusses what he's been up to and what inspired his latest album,
He also performs songs from the album.
Self-Isolating HAIM Shares Stories From Upcoming Album, 'Women In Music Pt. III'
Danielle, Alana and Este of HAIM joined us for a virtual conversation to discuss the decision to postpone the album, writing songs via voice memos and break down their verses on the song "Hallelujah."
Watch Anthony D'Amato Walk The Empty Streets Of The Big Easy In 'Love, Again'
Angie McMahon On Reimagining Her Debut At Home And 'Keeping Time' In Isolation
Laura Marling Performs 'Song For Our Daughter' And Talks About Her New Album
How Tré Burt Went From Busking To John Prine's Label
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