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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

All Songs Considered: From Perfect Pop Anthems To Saxophone Punk

npr.org — Our Show On our show this week, bigger is better. We start with a pop anthem and feature a set of artists all leaning into or newly discovering their boldest, most attention-grabbing music yet. Some, as in the case of a frontman gone solo and a bilingual saxophone-heavy punk band, deliver precisely the momentous sounds we'd expect.

All Songs Considered

npr.org — The young singer and guitarist Jackson Scott first popped up on our radar when he released his psych-pop debut Melbourne in 2013. It was a lo-fi wonder that included an unsettling but strangely sunny (and unforgettable) tribute to the children killed at Sandy Hook.

The Songs That Make Us Cry

npr.org — Our Show William Lovelace/Getty Images What song makes you cry? It could be "Adagio for Strings," but it could also be "Highway to Hell." As you'll learn on this week's All Songs Considered, the music that gets us weeping can have as much, or more, to do with association than with composition.

The Songs That Make Us Cry

wnyc.org — What song makes you cry? It could be "Adagio for Strings," but it could also be "Highway to Hell." As you'll learn on this week's All Songs Considered, the music that gets us weeping can have as much, or more, to do with association than with composition.

Drum Fill Friday, With Purple's Hanna Brewer

npr.org — This week's Drum Fill Friday comes from Guest Quizmaster Hanna Brewer, drummer for the Texas party-rock group Purple. The group is known for its rowdy live shows and healthy sense of humor, and is currently on tour for its debut album, (409).

Drum Fill Friday, With Purple's Hanna Brewer

wnyc.org — This week's Drum Fill Friday comes from Guest Quizmaster Hanna Brewer, drummer for the Texas party-rock group Purple. The group is known for its rowdy live shows and healthy sense of humor, and is currently on tour for its debut album, (409).

All Songs +1: How Music Can Really Save Your Life

npr.org — While they're not splitting open a person's chest and massaging their heart back to life, musicians and the songs they make may actually be saving lives.

All Songs +1: How Music Can Really Save Your Life

wnyc.org — While they're not splitting open a person's chest and massaging their heart back to life, musicians and the songs they make may actually be saving lives.

All Songs At 15: Clap Your Hands Say Yeah In A 2006 Concert

npr.org — When Clap Your Hands Say Yeah released its self-titled debut record in 2005, it became one of the first albums to break big because of the Internet. The band recorded and released it on its own, without any label support, and shared it on the group's website, where fans picked it up and quickly spread the word.

All Songs At 15: Clap Your Hands Say Yeah In A 2006 Concert

wnyc.org — For this week's Throwback Thursday we share a live concert from 2006 featuring the Clap Your Hands Say Yeah. At the time, the band was riding a wave of popularity made possible by the Internet.
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May 30, 2015

I will now change this poopy diaper to the sound of Penderecki's "Threnody To The Victims Of Hiroshima." youtu.be/Pu371CDZ0ws

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