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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

Greylag, 'Yours To Shake'

npr.org — It's easy to define the world in absolutes, but it rarely leads to truth. Reality is usually more complicated, mostly colored in shades of gray, and often unknowable. It's a never-ending struggle to make sense of each other, ourselves and our desires. The strange and transfixing story that unfolds in a new video from the Portland, Ore.

Greylag, 'Yours To Shake'

wnyc.org — It's easy to define the world in absolutes, but it rarely leads to truth. Reality is usually more complicated, mostly colored in shades of gray, and often unknowable. It's a never-ending struggle to make sense of each other, ourselves and our desires. The strange and transfixing story that unfolds in a new video from the Portland, Ore.

Deerhoof, 'Paradise Girls'

wnyc.org — "Paradise Girls" is bright and upbeat, defined by fluttery percussion and syncopated guitar lines. The song was inspired by the band's long roster of female heroes, including 'Joan Jett, Janet Jackson, [and] Kim Gordon.' For more on La Isla Bonita, visit the band's website.

Question of the week: What are the most terrifying songs of all time?

scpr.org — Legend has it the members of Black Sabbath decided to form the band and make terrifying music because of one simple, inescapable fact: People love to be scared. It's why we ride roller coasters or shell out tons of money to watch the Saw movies (no thanks) or grab onto our friends and scurry through the haunted houses that pop up this time of year.

Question Of The Week: What Are The Most Terrifying Songs Of All Time?

wnyc.org — Legend has it the members of Black Sabbath decided to form the band and make terrifying music because of one simple, inescapable fact: People love to be scared. It's why we ride roller coasters or shell out tons of money to watch the Saw movies (no thanks) or grab onto our friends and scurry through the haunted houses that pop up this time of year.

Question Of The Week: What Are The Most Terrifying Songs Of All Time?

npr.org — Legend has it the members of Black Sabbath decided to form the band and make terrifying music because of one simple, inescapable fact: People love to be scared. It's why we ride roller coasters or shell out tons of money to watch the Saw movies (no thanks) or grab onto our friends and scurry through the haunted houses that pop up this time of year.

Drum Fill Friday, With Sleater-Kinney's Janet Weiss

wnyc.org — Drummer Janet Weiss is a force. For the past 20 years, her distinctive punch, precision and signature head swing while at the kit has been a fierce anchor for the bands Quasi, Wild-Flag, Stephen Malkmus And The Jicks and most prominently Sleater-Kinney.

Drum Fill Friday, With Sleater-Kinney's Janet Weiss

npr.org — Drummer Janet Weiss is a force. For the past 20 years, her distinctive punch, precision and signature head swing while at the kit has been a fierce anchor for the bands Quasi, Wild-Flag, Stephen Malkmus And The Jicks and most prominently Sleater-Kinney.

Sleater-Kinney Reunites, Announces New Album

kuow.org — Sleater-Kinney is back together, has a new album coming out Jan. 20 via Sub Pop records, and will go on tour early next year. The album is called No Cities to Love, and you can listen to the first single, "Bury Our Friends," right here.

Sleater-Kinney Reunites, Announces New Album

wnyc.org — Sleater-Kinney is back together and has a new album coming out Jan. 20 via Sub Pop records. It's called No Cities To Love and you can listen to the first single, "Bury Our Friends," right here. It's been eight years since Sleater-Kinney went on hiatus, almost 10 since the trio put out its last album, The Woods, in 2005.
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Oct 29, 2014

If you're not one of the 6 million people who've seen the mind blowing new @okgo vid, you need to be. bit.ly/1su0Bo0

Oct 27, 2014

Been pretty much thinking of the Boardwalk Empire finale nonstop for the past 24 hrs. Who needs a drink?

Oct 26, 2014

@Strawberrywish @idislikestephen Crooked Beat, Red Onion and Smash all within a few blocks of each other on 18th st.

Oct 25, 2014

As a long-suffering KS sports fan, I always assumed nature would run its course and we'd get hosed in the end.

Oct 24, 2014

I will now listen to the entire 'Mighty Joe Moon' album. You should too: bit.ly/ZQi43A

Oct 24, 2014

One of my favorites of the year: n.pr/1tQQOzA Hear Grouper's entire new album in our First Listen series.

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