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Heavy Rotation: 10 Songs Public Radio Can't Stop Playing
Download New Music From Telekinesis, N.O.R.E., Samantha Crain, Phosphorescent, Devendra Banhart, Charles Bradley And More

Each month, we ask public radio DJs from across the country to share their favorite new songs. Usually, we stick to a handful, but since April is Public Radio Music Month, we're celebrating with a 10-spot.

  • Larry Groce, host of NPR's Mountain Stage, which is produced by West Virginia Public Broadcasting
  • Rita Houston, the program director at WFUV in New York City
  • Bruce Warren, the program director at WXPN in Philadelphia and one of the guys behind NPR's World Cafe
  • David Brown, the host of Texas Music Matters at Austin's KUTX
  • Mary Lucia, one of the drivetime voices of Minnesota Public Radio's The Current
  • John Richards, the host of KEXP's ever popular Morning Show
  • Chris Campbell, host of WDET's beat-centric The Progressive Underground
  • Kim Ruehl, a frequent contributor to WKSU's FolkAlley.com
  • John Schaefer, host of Soundcheck, WNYC's music talk show
  • Frannie Kelley and Ali Shaheed Muhammad, hosts of NPR Music's hip-hop channel, Microphone Check
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