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The Chicks Are Still Speaking Out
The Chicks returns with
, the trio's first album in 14 years. Today, Natalie Maines, Martie Maguire and Emily Strayer talk about the album, their past and why they're still speaking out.
Dirty Projectors On Bringing Different Voices To The Forefront
The Dirty Projectors jettisoned the traditional album format this year for a series of five EPs. Each one features one of the band members as lead vocalist and they all come together on the fifth.
On Ondara's New Album, He Shares 'Tales From Isolation'
The Grammy-nominated folk singer-songwriter from Kenya wrote and recorded his second album entirely during the COVID-19 shutdown.
Canadian Band Dizzy's New Album Is Full Of Songs About The Uncertainty Of Your 20s
Members of the Juno-award winning Canadian band talk about their new album,
The Sun and Her Scorch
, and play songs from it live.
Perfume Genius Believes In The Power Of Change
The artist Mike Hadreas talks about his experience performing in a dance project with Kate Wallich, how that influenced his latest record and perform songs from
Set My Heart On Fire Immediately.
The Controlled Chaos Of Man Man
The eclectic band's new album,
Dream Hunting in the Valley of the In-Between
, is its first in seven years. Frontperson Ryan Kattner says three years into it, he started the whole recording process over.
Kentucky Artist S.G. Goodman Talks Her Debut Album, 'Old Time Feeling'
The Kentucky singer-songwriter's debut album is a rocking country album called
Old Time Feeling
and she talks about connecting with My Morning Jacket's Jim James to help co-produce the record.
A Proud Son Of Immigrants, Zeshan B Shares His Views On America, Race And Music
Zeshan B's music combines his love of American soul with influences from India and Pakistan, where his parents grew up. His latest album is called
Bluegrass Sibling Duo Sean And Sarah Watkins Returns As Watkins Family Hour
The Watkins Family Hour's latest album,
, is the first album that the siblings have written as a duo in their 30-plus year career.
Pavement's Stephen Malkmus Decided It Was Time To Make A Weirdo-Folk Record
There are lots of projects that you might know Stephen Malkmus from, but none of them sound like his latest album,
Lucinda Williams Has Forged Her Own Path
'The State, Unchecked, Is Your Ultimate Enemy': Run The Jewels On 'RTJ4'
Jonathan Wilson Goes Back To His Roots For 'Dixie Blur'
Bob Geldof Reflects On Live Aid, 35 Years Later
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