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Alan Lomax's Massive Archive Goes Online

More than 17,000 sound recordings made by the famed folklorist are now available, for free.

Baloji: Finding A Home In His Music

The Belgian rapper's beats are based on the music of Congo, where he was born. On his new album, Kinshasa Succursale, he reflects on his life as an African in Europe.

Dry The River: Songs Of Cardiac Anatomy

A veteran of punk bands, Peter Liddle switched to acoustic guitar to keep quiet as a med student.

Susan Justice: Sometimes You Just Have To 'Eat Dirt'

To get away from a strict religious family, Justice fled to New York in 2001 to busk on the streets.

The Bryan Brothers' Twin Grooves, On And Off The Court

The identical twins and No. 1 doubles team in the world have been playing tennis and music since they were 6 years old.

Lost In The Trees: A Golden Memorial Of Orchestral Folk

Frontman Ari Picker discusses his mother's death and the group's second album, A Church That Fits Our Needs, dedicated to her life and legacy.