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Heavy Rotation: 10 Songs Public Radio Can't Stop Playing

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You know the drill by now. Each month, NPR Music polls public-radio personalities and asks them to share their favorite new song with the world. You get to download the track. Here's this month's panel:

  • Ernesto Lechner, co-host of WEXT's syndicated show The Latin Alternative
  • David Dye, host of WXPN's syndicated show World Cafe in Philadelphia
  • Alex Ambrose, program director of WQXR's Q2 Music channel in New York
  • Anne Litt, music host at KCRW in Santa Monica, Calif.
  • David Brown, host of Texas Music Matters at KUTX in Austin, Texas
  • Caryn Havlik, producer of WNYC's New Sounds in New York
  • Nick Brunner, host of Blue Dog Jam on Capital Public Radio in Sacramento, Calif.
  • Andrea Swensson, blogger for TheCurrent.org in St. Paul, Minn.
  • Patrick Jarenwattananon, blogger for NPR Music's A Blog Supreme
  • Frannie Kelley, host of NPR Music's hip-hop channel, Microphone Check
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