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The Floacist: A Soul Poet Says Yes To Moving On

Natalie Stewart, best known as half of the British duo Floetry, discusses that group's breakup and her new solo album.
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Lady Lamb The Beekeeper Emerges From Behind The Counter

On her first studio album, Ripely Pine, singer-songwriter Aly Spaltro transforms a batch of solo recordings into full-band arrangements that explore the juxtaposition between lyrical content and musical tone.
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Guards: Anthems With Gravitas

The debut album from the New York trio Guards is big on atmospherics, but also features a grandness of intent that connects the group to acts as varied as U2, Arcade Fire and The Beach Boys.
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Heavy Rotation: 5 Songs Public Radio Can't Stop Playing

The DJs at public radio stations listen to a lot of songs every day. Download five of their recent favorites, including songs from The Milk Carton Kids, Cayucas, Chance the Rapper, Miranda Dodson and Katie Mullins.
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Turning A Glacier Into A Tuba: Ice Music From Norway

Playing frozen instruments requires lots of improvisation. Norwegian musician Terje Isungset has a new set for every performance, freshly made to get the most sound out of each instrument before it melts.
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Clive Davis: A Life With A 'Soundtrack'

Weekend Edition guest host Don Gonyea talks with record producer and legend Clive Davis about his new book, The Soundtrack of My Life.

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