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Polly Scattergood & James Chapman's onDeadWaves July 19, 2016 English duo traverse a western noir Echoes
The American Dollar Sets Sail on Lysergic Seas. February 15, 2016 Two slackers in a bedroom create a post-rock ambient expanse. Echoes
The American Dollar Sets Sail on Lysergic Seas. February 15, 2016 Two slackers in a bedroom create a post-rock ambient expanse. Echoes
Enya Returns with New Celestial Songs November 30, 2015 Iconic Irish singer taps the sound of the universe. Echoes
Hans Christian's Top of the World Fusion Trek September 1, 2015 Cellist creates east-west fusion Echoes
No Smooth Sailing on Heather Woods Broderick's Glider August 13, 2015 Singer-Songwriter creates delicious desolation Echoes
Jesse Cook's Nouveau Flamenco Electronica World Fusion August 13, 2015 Nouveau Flamenco Artist Unites the World Echoes
Digitonal's Ambient Classical Melancholy June 10, 2015 What happens when classical clarinet player goes ambient? Echoes
Sequencer Syncopations from a Master May 4, 2015 An electronic artist returns to his analog roots Echoes
Tangerine Dream's Last Concerts April 5, 2015 A last live performance from a pioneer of electronic music Echoes
Henry Frayne Barbecues Ambient Americana March 24, 2015 A shoegaze guitarist creates Americana dreamscapes Echoes
Ambient Chamber Music Serenity January 15, 2015 A classical flute player creates ambietn orchestrations Echoes
Wax Tailor's A Trip-Hop Symphony December 1, 2014 A French DJ Brings musique concrète to the 21st century dance floor. Echoes
Don't Leave Me Hanging: On Difference, High-Fives, And Podcasts November 10, 2014 A fresh episode of a popular podcast breathes in a little new air and provokes some thought about who's heard and not heard, and who's listening. NPR
Hypnotic Electronics October 1, 2014 French Synthesist uses Electronics for Hypnotic Sound Echoes
Bill Simmons' NFL Talk Gets Him Three Weeks On The Sidelines September 25, 2014 Earlier this week on his podcast, ESPN's Bill Simmons called NFL commissioner Roger Goodell a "liar" and dared the network to come after him for it. And then they did. NPR
The Hold Steady On World Cafe September 19, 2014 Hear the band survey its decade-long history ¿ including the song singer Craig Finn calls his best. NPR
alt-J On World Cafe September 23, 2014 Hear songs from the Mercury Prize-winning British band's new album, This Is All Yours. NPR
Jack White, Live In Concert September 23, 2014 Jack White celebrated the release of his latest solo album, Lazaretto with this live concert, at the historic Fonda Theater in Hollywood, Calif. NPR
KEXP Presents: Strand Of Oaks September 22, 2014 Philly songwriter Tim Showalter performs a cathartic single, "Shut In," from his new album Heal. NPR
Pop Culture Happy Hour: A Fall Films Preview And Betting On New Television September 19, 2014 On this week's show, we look back on the Toronto International Film Festival, then ahead to the fall season of new television. NPR
Breaking A Song Apart, Note By Note September 18, 2014 "It's about us breaking up as a couple and also about changing weather," Phil Elverum says of "I Want Wind To Blow," the opener from The Microphones' 2001 album, The Glow Pt. 2. NPR
Luluc: Tiny Desk Concert September 15, 2014 The duo's music marries graceful singing and storytelling with guitars and textures that help create an unforgettable aura. NPR
KEXP Presents: Diarrhea Planet September 15, 2014 Watch the guitar-loving Nashville garage-punk band tear up "Lite Dream," live from a Seattle studio. NPR
Pop Culture Happy Hour: Celebrity Apologies And A Regrettable Television Pop Quiz September 12, 2014 After a few words about Joan Rivers, the gang delves into a conversation about apologies, sincerity, authenticity, free speech and PR. Then we give ourselves a quiz and discuss What's Making Us Happy. NPR
The New Pornographers, Live In Concert At The Brill Building September 11, 2014 Watch the Canadian indie supergroup play ecstatic, harmony-laden songs from its new album, Brill Bruisers, in a one-night-only concert at New York's famed Brill Building. NPR
KCRW Presents: Interpol September 11, 2014 Watch the brooding New York post-punk band perform the standout single from El Pintor, "All The Rage Back Home," live at Mack Sennett Studio in Los Angeles. NPR
Karen O's Intimate, Unpolished Solo Debut September 10, 2014 The Yeah Yeah Yeahs frontwoman follows her Oscar-nominated contribution to the Her soundtrack with Crush Songs, a collection of stripped-down recordings that take their tone from the album's name. NPR
Question Dot GIF: What Hometown Artist Inspired You To Make Music? September 10, 2014 Circuit Des Yeux, White Lung, SubRosa, Obnox, and others sit for GIF portraits during Raleigh, N.C.'s Hopscotch Music Festival, an event that celebrates its homegrown music scene. NPR
Delta Spirit On World Cafe September 10, 2014 The New York rock band sits down with host David Dye to discuss its new album, Into The Wide. NPR
Ryan Adams On World Cafe September 9, 2014 The roots-rock singer just released his self-titled 14th album. But the big news coming out of his World Cafe session was the debut of an unreleased song called "The Door." NPR
All Together Now: The Beatles Are (Back) In Mono September 9, 2014 The latest reissue project in the never-ending celebration of the most famous catalog in rock 'n' roll goes back to the beginning. Does listening to The Beatles in mono make sense in 2014? NPR
Justin Townes Earle: Tiny Desk Concert September 8, 2014 In advance of his new album Single Mothers, the singer performs two new songs and an old favorite. NPR
KEXP Presents: Phantogram September 8, 2014 Watch Josh Carter and Sarah Barthel perform their dark, hooky song "The Day You Died" in the studio. NPR
We Don't Finish Anything Anym ... September 5, 2014 So many things in contemporary life are left undone. NPR
Jessica Lea Mayfield: Tiny Desk Concert September 6, 2014 Mayfield's music has gotten more beguiling as she explores the many contrasts in her hypnotic sound, starting with the way she sets her wistful voice against her shimmering guitar. NPR
Tori Amos On World Cafe September 5, 2014 After two classical-leaning albums and concerts with orchestras around the globe, Amos recently returned with the poppier Unrepentant Geraldines and a solo world tour. NPR
Pop Culture Happy Hour: Repurposing 'The Simpsons' And Busting Out Of A Rut September 5, 2014 On the heels of a recent TV marathon, the gang discusses ways to make old things new again. Then it's on to a conversation about cultural complacency, followed by What's Making Us Happy this week. NPR
Deal With It, Headbangers ¿ Babymetal Is Here September 4, 2014 Like it or not, Babymetal ¿ a trio of teenage Japanese singers who fuse bubbly pop with heavy riffs ¿ is one of the biggest stories in heavy metal in 2014. NPR
The Hopscotch 5 September 4, 2014 The Hopscotch Music Festival in Raleigh, N.C., has unbridled enthusiasm for its hometown artists. Download new music from the noisily catchy No Love, the brooding funkss, See Gulls, and more. NPR
Benjamin Booker: Newport Folk Gets The Summertime Blues September 3, 2014 With a borrowed acoustic guitar, the New Orleans singer performs "Have You Seen My Son?" in a secluded spot at the famous festival. NPR
First Listen Live: Alt-J, 'This Is All Yours' September 2, 2014 The British trio performed songs from its strange and beautiful new album, This Is All Yours, live from New York City. NPR
The Cure On World Cafe September 1, 2014 In this Vintage Cafe interview, The Cure's Robert Smith sits down with World Cafe host David Dye during his 2008 tour for 4:13 Dream. The segment also features classic Cure songs performed in concert. NPR
KEXP Presents: Shabazz Palaces September 2, 2014 Shabazz Palaces' music sounds like nothing else. Watch Ishmael Butler and Tendai Maraire bring an interplanetary vibe to "They Come In Gold" during their recent visit to KEXP's studios in Seattle. NPR
BadBadNotGood On World Cafe September 2, 2014 The instrumental hip-hop band's third record is their first of completely original material. NPR
A Symphonic Electronic Fantasy September 2, 2014 Tigerforest taps German electronic roots and New Age Fantasies Echoes
Hozier, 'Jackie And Wilson' September 2, 2014 The title is playful and nails the essence of this song. "Jackie and Wilson" is a nod, of course, to the great R&B singer, and Hozier has the voice and the backbeat to make it work. NPR
KCRW Presents: Interpol, Live In Concert August 26, 2014 The New York band performed selections from its upcoming album, El Pintor, in public for the first time. NPR
Homer Simpson's Visit To Bangalore Makes Us Go 'D'Oh!' August 28, 2014 The Simpsons goes to Bangalore at 4 a.m. ET Friday, as part of the marathon on FXX. Clearly, the writers did not visit this high-tech-loving Indian city. NPR
Is Hello Kitty A Cat Or A Girl? August 28, 2014 The pop-cult icon may not be, as it turns out, a cat that looks like a girl, but a girl who looks like a cat. NPR
Ages And Ages, Singing An Anthem For (And With) Everyone August 28, 2014 Recorded with the Berklee Gospel and Roots Choir in the ruins within Newport's Fort Adams State Park, "Divisionary (Do The Right Thing)" has a message and a chorus that everyone can enjoy. NPR