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Yo La Tengo: ‘When We Let The World In, It Can Be So Profound’

It can take years for a musician to discover his or her voice. But in the meantime, they find themselves by discovering the music of other artists. With a wide-ranging catalog spanning 30 years, Yo...
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Music Review: 'Bon Voyage,' Jazzy Ash

Kids music artist Ashli Christoval performs as Jazzy Ash. Music reviewer Stefan Shepherd says on her latest album, Bon Voyage, she draws inspiration from her New Orleans roots.
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In Her New ‘Loner’ Video, Kali Uchis Is Fabulously Solo

Warning: This video is slightly NSFW....
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Yo La Tengo: Morning Edition’s In-House Band For A Day

When listeners aren’t writing to NPR to comment on a story, they mostly just want to know what music was played between segments. We call those buttons or breaks or deadrolls, and they give a...
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Hot Bods And Cold Murder: Brutalism’s New Video Is Pretty Deranged

Probably the most delightfully macabre song to come out of D.C. this year was “Friday Night,” the debut single from electronic-pop trio Brutalism....
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Yo La Tengo: Morning Edition's In-House Band For A Day

"This morning thing's not really working for me," says guitarist/vocalist Ira Kaplan. Well, too bad. Yo La Tengo played the music you hear between stories live.
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On A Hooky New Single, Clones Of Clones Wants To Be ‘Somebody Else’

D.C. indie-rock outfit Clones of Clones is in the process of building hype for its first album — Monster Heart, out Oct. 6 — and so far, it seems to be working: As of today, the band’s...
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Yo La Tengo: 'When We Let The World In, It Can Be So Profound'

The New Jersey band's members say their longevity comes from not projecting ideas onto themselves. Their new album, Stuff Like That There, features covers and reworked songs.
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Yo La Tengo Brings Their Live Show To NPR's Studio

David Greene introduces Morning Edition's in-house band for a day: Yo La Tengo. The group performs one of their hit songs.
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Yo La Tengo Energizes Morning Edition Studio

NPR's David Greene talks to members of the rock band Yo La Tengo at the end of their stint as Morning Edition's in-house band for a day, and throws it to them for a song.

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