Logan Ledger's self-titled debut was produced by T Bone Burnett, a producer with a reputation for appreciating sounds of different eras. He was impressed. So were we.
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The combination of the Flaming Lips' sprawling musical palette and Deap Vally's raunchy guitar glam is a psychedelic dream that will take your brain on a journey while your body is in isolation.
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They can't tour. Their regular income streams dried up instantly. So many performers — from newcomers to world-famous artists — are hoping that virtual students will help them bridge the gap.
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The special, set to be televised and streamed on April 18, will feature a long list of top-tier names, including Paul McCartney, Billie Eilish, Kacey Musgraves, Stevie Wonder, among many others.
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Strap in for a 17-minute explosion of good-hearted joy, courtesy of the stars of A Quiet Place and the entire (socially distanced) original cast of Hamilton.
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There's still room for surprises in the void of time. Kalisway, Empress Of, Rod Wave and more release new heat.
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In Our Daily Breather, we ask writers and artists to recommend ways to find calm and comfort in the midst of the COVID-19 crisis. For Channy Leaneagh, that means moving slowly and thoughtfully.
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Since self-isolating, writer Ruth Saxelby is noticing sounds sticking out where they used to blend and music doing some surprising work amidst the hush.
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Ho hey! Look who turned up at the Tiny Desk. Watch The Lumineers play a four-song set for the smallest crowd in ages.
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Listeners tell us the music that helps them de-stress during this life-changing time.
Each a virtuoso in their own right, longtime friends and Wu Fei and Abigail Washburn team up for a tradition-blending debut album of folk music.
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Weekend Edition wants to hear about the songs that are getting you through this difficult time. Host Lulu Garcia-Navarro kicks things off with her pick: "Rise Up" by Andra Day.
Kandace Springs' latest album consists of covers of the women in jazz she idolized growing up. "It's a tribute record to give back to what they've inspired me to do as an artist," she says.
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After cancelled musicals and spring concerts, choral directors across the country are going the extra mile to have their students' voices heard.
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The collaboration-loving bassist said "It's hard to see clearly through the pain of losing him," when asked about the death of close friend Mac Miller. That loss permeates his fourth studio album.
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Generations of listeners have celebrated the signature songs of the artist who died this week at 81. But Withers' greater catalog reveals a man who stuck to his beliefs in the face of the pop machine.
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The Death Cab For Cutie frontman performs a new song and pays tribute to Fountains of Wayne songwriter Adam Schlesinger in this quarantine concert.
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A cough on his couch led comedian Dana Jay Bein to write the parody song "Coronavirus Rhapsody." Then he tweeted it — and the Internet took it from there.
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The hip-hop star's "Toosie Slide" video, an opulent take on social distancing shot in his Toronto penthouse, is at once obvious and sneakily profound.
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Pizzarelli, who died April 1 of COVID-19, played with Benny Goodman, Frank Sinatra, Tony Bennett and Rosemary Clooney, among others. He spoke to Fresh Air in '92 and again, with his son John, in '06.