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Producer and Co-Host, All Songs Considered — NPR
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Producer and Co-host of NPR's All Songs Considered, Another Day Above Ground

Guest DJ John Congleton

npr.org — This conversation with producer John Congleton remains one of our all-time favorite discussions about music, life, and why we love the songs we love. Since we originally posted it in the fall of 2014, Congleton has gone on to produce new albums by Franz Ferdinand And Sparks, Lower Dens, The Heartless Bastards and more.
Sep 01, 2015

One of the most sought-after studio visionaries shares his thoughts on life, music, & why we love the songs we love. npr.org/sections/allso…

New Mix: Foals, Telekinesis, Julia Holter, Rodrigo Amarante, More

npr.org — This week's episode of All Songs Considered is a journey of sound. Bob has a new favorite noise app, so he and Robin Hilton go on a sonic expedition that includes a spring walk, a gaggle of purring kittens, and a rolling rain storm (thunder optional).

New Mix: Foals, Telekinesis, Julia Holter, Rodrigo Amarante, More

wnyc.org — This week's All Songs podcast includes a British band, a Scandinavian band that sounds British, and an American band that sounds Scandinavian. Plus, some sonic surprises from Bob's new favorite app.

Drum Fill Friday, With Shaun Fleming Of Foxygen And Diane Coffee

wnyc.org — · by Robin Hilton From This week's Drum Fill Friday comes courtesy of Shaun Fleming, drummer for Foxygen and frontman for the band Diane Coffee. Fleming has an unabashed love of late-'60s psychedelic rock and pop, and you can hear as much in the fills he picked here.

Drum Fill Friday, With Shaun Fleming Of Foxygen And Diane Coffee

npr.org — This week's Drum Fill Friday comes courtesy of Shaun Fleming, drummer for Foxygen and frontman for the band Diane Coffee. Fleming has an unabashed love of late-'60s psychedelic rock and pop, and you can hear as much in the fills he picked here. But he also threw in a few surprises from the '70s and '80s.

Son Lux: Tiny Desk Concert

wnyc.org — The trio blows up its sound for the Tiny Desk by adding half a dozen horn players from the United States Marine Band.

Tiny Desk Concert : NPR

npr.org — Most of the bands that play the Tiny Desk strip down their sound to accommodate the limited space and unconventional acoustics of an office. But Son Lux chose to do the exact opposite. Normally a trio of guitar, drums and keys based out of New York, the band blew up its sound for this performance, adding half a dozen horn players from the United States Marine Band.

Ambien Dreams And Naked Desert Walks: St. Vincent On Her New Album

npr.org — Teased late last year in a series of cryptic status updates, the forthcoming self-titled album from St. Vincent is one of the most anticipated of 2014. In a conversation with All Songs Considered hosts Bob Boilen and Robin Hilton, singer and guitarist Annie Clark gets into the stories behind the new record, due out Feb.

New Mix: Deerhunter, YACHT, Youth Lagoon, GEMS, More

wnyc.org — · by Robin Hilton and Bob Boilen From Bob Boilen is back after several weeks for this week's episode of All Songs Considered, and at least part of this week's show is Robin coming to terms with Bob's new beard.

New Mix: Deerhunter, YACHT, Youth Lagoon, GEMS, More

npr.org — Bob Boilen is back after several weeks for this week's episode of All Songs Considered, and at least part of this week's show is Robin coming to terms with Bob's new beard. After moving through the stages of denial, grief and anger, Bob and Robin finally find acceptance by sharing new music that, as Robin puts it, "hits them just right."
Aug 18, 2015

Oh, music. You had me at… music… New show with Deerhunter, YACHT, Youth Lagoon, more! n.pr/1K4geQW pic.twitter.com/NEUp9rvTGW

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Sep 01, 2015

One of the most sought-after studio visionaries shares his thoughts on life, music, & why we love the songs we love. npr.org/sections/allso…

Aug 31, 2015

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