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All Songs Considered

All Songs Considered

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Hosts/nerds Bob Boilen and Robin Hilton are your friendly music buddies with the week's best new music discoveries, including conversations with emerging artists, icons and more. Hear songs that can completely change your day, with humor, heart and (sometimes) a whole lot of noise. Directions for use: Morning commute, the gym, or alone time. (If rash persists, discontinue use.)

Latest Episodes

New Music Friday: Run The Jewels

EWe break format on this week's show for a deeper discussion of RTJ4, an album that speaks directly to both current and historic racism in America, police violence and systemic oppression.

30 MIN1 d ago
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New Music Friday: Run The Jewels

NPR Music's No. 1 Albums And Songs Of May

EFrom the Atlanta rapper Deante' Hitchcock to the Australian ambient artist Madeleine Cocolas, hear the music closest to our staff right now.

42 MIN5 d ago
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NPR Music's No. 1 Albums And Songs Of May

New Music Friday: May 29

EIf there's a common theme to the best new albums out this week, it's joy, from the relentlessly jubilant rock of the band Vistas, to singer Nicole Atkins' love letter to the Jersey Shore.Featured Albums: 1. Vistas — Everything Changes in the EndFeatured Song: "Sucker"2. Nicole Atkins — Italian IceFeatured Song: "Captain"3. Ondara — Folk N Roll Vol. 1 - Tales of IsolationFeatured Song: "Mr. Landlord"4. Jaime Wyatt — Neon CrossFeatured Song: "Neon Cross"5. 2nd Grade — Hit to HitFeatured Songs: "Baby's First Words" and "Something I'll Have To Remember"6. Christian Lee Hutson — BeginnersFeatured Song: "Atheist" 7. Teddy Thompson — Heartbreaker PleaseFeatured Song: "Why Wait"8. Jake Blount — Spider TalesFeatured Song: "Move, Daniel"Other notable releases for May 29: David Grubbs & Taku Unami — Comet Meta; Deerhoof — Future Teenage Cave Artists; Diana Ross — Supertonic; Diplo — Diplo Presents Thomas Wesley Chapter 1: Snake Oil; Flying Lotus — Flamagra Instrumentals; Hania Ran...

32 MIN1 w ago
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New Music Friday: May 29

Artists We Love Cover Songs They Love

This week's new mix from All Songs Considered is all cover tunes, featuring musicians we love paying tribute to artists they love.1. Jay Som "Lucy" from Soccer Mommy & Friends Singles Series2. Soccer Mommy "I Think You're Alright" from Soccer Mommy & Friends Singles Series3. Margaret Glaspy "Mythological Beauty"4. Lucy Dacus "Tom Courtenay"5. Sharon Van Etten "(What's So Funny 'Bout) Peace, Love and Understanding? [feat. Josh Homme]"6 Caroline Spence "The Middle"7. Palehound "Something On Your Mind"8. Joseph Shabason "Gymnopedia No. 1"Stay in touch with NPR Music for the latest on Tiny Desks, new music, interviews and more with our weekly newsletter. Sign up at www.npr.org/musicnewsletter

54 MIN1 w ago
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Artists We Love Cover Songs They Love

New Music Friday: May 22

EThe best albums out this week include The 1975's sprawling masterpiece, Notes On A Conditional Form, the return of Indigo Girls, The Airborne Toxic Event, the rapper Gunna and more.Featured Albums:1. The 1975 — Notes On A Conditional FormFeatured Songs: "Me & You Together Song," "The 1975," "People," "The End (Music For Cars)" and "Frail State of Mind"2. Indigo Girls — Look LongFeatured Song: "Country Radio"3. Owen Pallett — IslandFeatured Song: "A Bloody Morning"4. The Airborne Toxic Event — Hollywood ParkFeatured Song: "Hollywood Park"5. Gunna — WunnaFeatured Song: "Dollaz On My Head"6. Katie Von Schleicher — Consummation Featured Song: "Nowhere"Other notable releases for May 22: Badly Drawn Boy — Banana Skin Shoes; Kota the Friend — Everything; Neil Innes — How Sweet to Be An Idiot; The Philip Glass Ensemble — Music In 8 Parts; Steve Earle and the Dukes — Ghosts of West Virginia; Various — I Still Play; Woods — Strange to Explain.

27 MIN2 w ago
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New Music Friday: May 22

New Mix: Memorable Musical Discoveries, From Muzz To Lou Canon

EAt a time when every day can feel the same, on this week's All Songs Considered you can meet someone new, with a mix of memorable music discoveries.1. Muzz: "Red Western Sky" from Muzz2. Liza Anne: "Bad Vacation" from Bad Vacation3. Katie Von Schleicher "Brutality" from Consummation4. Lou Canon "M.O.T.R." from Audomatic Body5. Trespassers William "Winterstorms" 6. Asher Gamedze "Siyabulela" from Dialectic SoulStay in touch with NPR Music for the latest on Tiny Desks, new music, interviews and more with our weekly newsletter. Sign up at www.npr.org/musicnewsletter

32 MIN2 w ago
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New Mix: Memorable Musical Discoveries, From Muzz To Lou Canon

New Music Friday: May 15

Charli XCX's how i'm feeling now made entirely while quarantined, leads our shortlist of the week's best new albums, along with Jason Isbell, Thao & The Get Down Stay Down, Perfume Genius and more.

34 MIN3 w ago
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New Music Friday: May 15

Kraftwerk's Remarkable Journey — And Where It Took Us

On this edition of All Songs Considered, we take a musical journey honoring the genius of Kraftwerk's Florian Schneider, who died May 6, just a few days after turning 73.The German electronic band was like no other in the 1970s, with their pulsing electronic music and songs about the intersection of man and machines. Music writer Geeta Dayal and I play the band's career-defining songs from this group, a foursome that influenced everyone from David Bowie to Prince and '80s new wave while laying the groundwork for electronica and EDM.1. "Autobahn" from Autobahn (1974)2. "Radioactivity" from Radio-Activity (1975)3. "Trans-Europe Express" from Trans-Europe Express (1977)4. "Neon Lights" from The Man-Machine (1978)5. "Computer World" from Computer World (1981)6. "Tour de France" single (1983)

32 MIN3 w ago
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Kraftwerk's Remarkable Journey — And Where It Took Us

Little Richard's Life In 10 Songs

On this special edition of All Songs Considered, we look back at the life of rock and roll pioneer Little Richard through 10 of the defining songs of his career. NPR Music Senior Director Lauren Onkey joins host Bob Boilen as they play singles from the early '50s up through his 1970 album, The Rill Thing. 1. "Tutti Frutti" (1955)2. "Long Tall Sally (The Thing)" (1956)3. "Get Rich Quick" (1952)4. "Slippin' and Slidin' (Peepin' and Hidin')" (1956)5. "The Girl Can't Help It" (1956)6. "Lucille" (1957)7. "Keep A Knockin' " (1957)8. "Every Time I Feel The Spirit" (1960)9. "I Don't Know What You've Got" (1965)10. "Freedom Blues" (1970)

51 MIN3 w ago
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Little Richard's Life In 10 Songs

New Music Friday: May 8

EOur shortlist of the best new albums out this week includes a debut solo release from Paramore's Hayley Williams, the latest from R&B singer Kehlani, rapper Bishop Nehru and more.Featured Albums:1. Hayley Williams — Petals For ArmorFeatured Song: "Simmer"2. Blake Mills — Mutable SetFeatured Song: "Money is the One True God"3. Buscabulla — RegresaFeatured Song: "Mío"4. Mark Lanegan — Straight Songs of SorrowFeatured Song: "This Game of Love"5. Chelsea Williams — Beautiful and StrangeFeatured Song: "Beautiful and Strange"6. Kehlani — It Was Good Until It Wasn'tFeatured Song: "Grieving"7. Eve Owen — Don't Let The Ink DryFeatured Song: "Mother"8. Bishop Nehru — Nehruvia: My Disregarded ThoughtsFeatured Song: "Too Lost"9. Cyrillus Kreek — The Suspended Harp of BabelFeatured Song: "From Heaven Above to Earth I Come"Other notable releases out on May 8: Beauty Pill — Please Advise; Hailee Steinfeld — Half-Written Story; Phenomenal Handclap Band — Do What You Like; Same — Plast...

36 MINMAY 8
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New Music Friday: May 8

Latest Episodes

New Music Friday: Run The Jewels

EWe break format on this week's show for a deeper discussion of RTJ4, an album that speaks directly to both current and historic racism in America, police violence and systemic oppression.

30 MIN1 d ago
Comments
New Music Friday: Run The Jewels

NPR Music's No. 1 Albums And Songs Of May

EFrom the Atlanta rapper Deante' Hitchcock to the Australian ambient artist Madeleine Cocolas, hear the music closest to our staff right now.

42 MIN5 d ago
Comments
NPR Music's No. 1 Albums And Songs Of May

New Music Friday: May 29

EIf there's a common theme to the best new albums out this week, it's joy, from the relentlessly jubilant rock of the band Vistas, to singer Nicole Atkins' love letter to the Jersey Shore.Featured Albums: 1. Vistas — Everything Changes in the EndFeatured Song: "Sucker"2. Nicole Atkins — Italian IceFeatured Song: "Captain"3. Ondara — Folk N Roll Vol. 1 - Tales of IsolationFeatured Song: "Mr. Landlord"4. Jaime Wyatt — Neon CrossFeatured Song: "Neon Cross"5. 2nd Grade — Hit to HitFeatured Songs: "Baby's First Words" and "Something I'll Have To Remember"6. Christian Lee Hutson — BeginnersFeatured Song: "Atheist" 7. Teddy Thompson — Heartbreaker PleaseFeatured Song: "Why Wait"8. Jake Blount — Spider TalesFeatured Song: "Move, Daniel"Other notable releases for May 29: David Grubbs & Taku Unami — Comet Meta; Deerhoof — Future Teenage Cave Artists; Diana Ross — Supertonic; Diplo — Diplo Presents Thomas Wesley Chapter 1: Snake Oil; Flying Lotus — Flamagra Instrumentals; Hania Ran...

32 MIN1 w ago
Comments
New Music Friday: May 29

Artists We Love Cover Songs They Love

This week's new mix from All Songs Considered is all cover tunes, featuring musicians we love paying tribute to artists they love.1. Jay Som "Lucy" from Soccer Mommy & Friends Singles Series2. Soccer Mommy "I Think You're Alright" from Soccer Mommy & Friends Singles Series3. Margaret Glaspy "Mythological Beauty"4. Lucy Dacus "Tom Courtenay"5. Sharon Van Etten "(What's So Funny 'Bout) Peace, Love and Understanding? [feat. Josh Homme]"6 Caroline Spence "The Middle"7. Palehound "Something On Your Mind"8. Joseph Shabason "Gymnopedia No. 1"Stay in touch with NPR Music for the latest on Tiny Desks, new music, interviews and more with our weekly newsletter. Sign up at www.npr.org/musicnewsletter

54 MIN1 w ago
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Artists We Love Cover Songs They Love

New Music Friday: May 22

EThe best albums out this week include The 1975's sprawling masterpiece, Notes On A Conditional Form, the return of Indigo Girls, The Airborne Toxic Event, the rapper Gunna and more.Featured Albums:1. The 1975 — Notes On A Conditional FormFeatured Songs: "Me & You Together Song," "The 1975," "People," "The End (Music For Cars)" and "Frail State of Mind"2. Indigo Girls — Look LongFeatured Song: "Country Radio"3. Owen Pallett — IslandFeatured Song: "A Bloody Morning"4. The Airborne Toxic Event — Hollywood ParkFeatured Song: "Hollywood Park"5. Gunna — WunnaFeatured Song: "Dollaz On My Head"6. Katie Von Schleicher — Consummation Featured Song: "Nowhere"Other notable releases for May 22: Badly Drawn Boy — Banana Skin Shoes; Kota the Friend — Everything; Neil Innes — How Sweet to Be An Idiot; The Philip Glass Ensemble — Music In 8 Parts; Steve Earle and the Dukes — Ghosts of West Virginia; Various — I Still Play; Woods — Strange to Explain.

27 MIN2 w ago
Comments
New Music Friday: May 22

New Mix: Memorable Musical Discoveries, From Muzz To Lou Canon

EAt a time when every day can feel the same, on this week's All Songs Considered you can meet someone new, with a mix of memorable music discoveries.1. Muzz: "Red Western Sky" from Muzz2. Liza Anne: "Bad Vacation" from Bad Vacation3. Katie Von Schleicher "Brutality" from Consummation4. Lou Canon "M.O.T.R." from Audomatic Body5. Trespassers William "Winterstorms" 6. Asher Gamedze "Siyabulela" from Dialectic SoulStay in touch with NPR Music for the latest on Tiny Desks, new music, interviews and more with our weekly newsletter. Sign up at www.npr.org/musicnewsletter

32 MIN2 w ago
Comments
New Mix: Memorable Musical Discoveries, From Muzz To Lou Canon

New Music Friday: May 15

Charli XCX's how i'm feeling now made entirely while quarantined, leads our shortlist of the week's best new albums, along with Jason Isbell, Thao & The Get Down Stay Down, Perfume Genius and more.

34 MIN3 w ago
Comments
New Music Friday: May 15

Kraftwerk's Remarkable Journey — And Where It Took Us

On this edition of All Songs Considered, we take a musical journey honoring the genius of Kraftwerk's Florian Schneider, who died May 6, just a few days after turning 73.The German electronic band was like no other in the 1970s, with their pulsing electronic music and songs about the intersection of man and machines. Music writer Geeta Dayal and I play the band's career-defining songs from this group, a foursome that influenced everyone from David Bowie to Prince and '80s new wave while laying the groundwork for electronica and EDM.1. "Autobahn" from Autobahn (1974)2. "Radioactivity" from Radio-Activity (1975)3. "Trans-Europe Express" from Trans-Europe Express (1977)4. "Neon Lights" from The Man-Machine (1978)5. "Computer World" from Computer World (1981)6. "Tour de France" single (1983)

32 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Kraftwerk's Remarkable Journey — And Where It Took Us

Little Richard's Life In 10 Songs

On this special edition of All Songs Considered, we look back at the life of rock and roll pioneer Little Richard through 10 of the defining songs of his career. NPR Music Senior Director Lauren Onkey joins host Bob Boilen as they play singles from the early '50s up through his 1970 album, The Rill Thing. 1. "Tutti Frutti" (1955)2. "Long Tall Sally (The Thing)" (1956)3. "Get Rich Quick" (1952)4. "Slippin' and Slidin' (Peepin' and Hidin')" (1956)5. "The Girl Can't Help It" (1956)6. "Lucille" (1957)7. "Keep A Knockin' " (1957)8. "Every Time I Feel The Spirit" (1960)9. "I Don't Know What You've Got" (1965)10. "Freedom Blues" (1970)

51 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Little Richard's Life In 10 Songs

New Music Friday: May 8

EOur shortlist of the best new albums out this week includes a debut solo release from Paramore's Hayley Williams, the latest from R&B singer Kehlani, rapper Bishop Nehru and more.Featured Albums:1. Hayley Williams — Petals For ArmorFeatured Song: "Simmer"2. Blake Mills — Mutable SetFeatured Song: "Money is the One True God"3. Buscabulla — RegresaFeatured Song: "Mío"4. Mark Lanegan — Straight Songs of SorrowFeatured Song: "This Game of Love"5. Chelsea Williams — Beautiful and StrangeFeatured Song: "Beautiful and Strange"6. Kehlani — It Was Good Until It Wasn'tFeatured Song: "Grieving"7. Eve Owen — Don't Let The Ink DryFeatured Song: "Mother"8. Bishop Nehru — Nehruvia: My Disregarded ThoughtsFeatured Song: "Too Lost"9. Cyrillus Kreek — The Suspended Harp of BabelFeatured Song: "From Heaven Above to Earth I Come"Other notable releases out on May 8: Beauty Pill — Please Advise; Hailee Steinfeld — Half-Written Story; Phenomenal Handclap Band — Do What You Like; Same — Plast...

36 MINMAY 8
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New Music Friday: May 8
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