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It was the year that music fans saw "grunge" going out of style, with the mainstream steadily leaning more into pop, hip-hop and alternative.
Barnett's new album was shaped by time in many ways — time off, time alone, time kept. In this session we'll hear a live performance recorded during Barnett's New Zealand tour.
Houndmouth recorded its latest record from a 19th-century shotgun house in New Albany, Ind. The result is a recharged band and a refined batch of songs.
Nathaniel Rateliff & The Nightsweats perform songs from their first full-length studio album in four years.
The not-so-thin Duke chatted about Berlin, glam rock and how a boring suburban childhood pushed him to seek out new ideas.
Pop punk, slacker rock, hip-hop, Brit pop, singers and songwriters: Musically, 1994 had it all.
Shad is an award-winning rapper, writer and host of the documentary series Hip-Hop Evolution. In this session, we dig into Shad's new album and hear live performances.
Kiah talks music and history with Nashville correspondent Jessie Scott, exploring how she crafts lyrics from both lived and observed experiences.
NPR member stations share a mix of popular songs playing on their airwaves in October, including music from alt-J, Anderson .Paak, The Killers and more.
Timothy Showalter is one of those people who feels... and makes you feel, too, both in conversation, where he's earnest and generous and empathetic, and with his music.
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