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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.)

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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.)

    New Mix: Jay Som, Moon Hooch, Ada Lea, More

    New Mix: Jay Som, Moon Hooch, Ada Lea, More

    This week's must-hear mix includes the mind-blowing sax band Moon Hooch, guitarist-singer Jay Som, whose latest builds to a fever pitch, and new discoveries from Wednesday, Momma and more.

    Playlist:
    1. Wednesday: "Fate Is"
    2. Momma: "Double Dare"
    3. Moon Hooch: "Candlelight"
    4. Ellis: "Fall Apart"
    5. Jay Som: "A Thousand Words"
    6. Ada Lea: "woman, here"
    7. Shabaka & the Ancestors: "Go My Heart, Go To Heaven"

    • 36 Min.
    New Music Friday: Feb. 21

    New Music Friday: Feb. 21

    New albums from the K-pop band BTS, Grimes and Best Coast are among our picks for this week's best new releases.

    Featured Albums:
    1. BTS — 'Map of the Soul: 7'
    Featured Song: "On"
    2. Grimes — 'Miss_Anthrop0cene)'
    Featured Song: "You'll Miss Me When I'm Not Around"
    3. Best Coast — 'Always Tomorrow'
    Featured Song: "Rollercoaster"
    4. Royce da 5'9" — 'The Allegory'
    Featured Songs: "Overcomer" and "Mr. Grace"
    5. Katie Pruitt — 'Expectations'
    Featured Song: "Normal"
    6. Moses Sumney — 'græ: Part 1'
    Featured Songs: "Conveyor" and "Gagarin"
    7. Agnes Obel — 'Myopia'
    Featured Song: "Camera's Rolling"
    8. King Krule — 'Man Alive!'
    Featured Song: "Stoned Again"
    9. Klangstof — 'The Noise You Make is Silent'
    Featured Song: "Blank Page"

    Other notable releases for Feb. 21: Banoffee — Look at Us Now Dad; Greg Dulli — Random Desire; Guided by Voices — Surrender Your Poppy Field; MILCK: Into Gold; Ozzy Osbourne — Ordinary Man; Sarah Harmer — Are You Gone; Six Organs of Admittance — Companion Rises; Wilsen — Ruiner.

    • 33 Min.
    Breathe Deeply: Music To Quiet The Mind And Inspire

    Breathe Deeply: Music To Quiet The Mind And Inspire

    We premiere a new song from Roger and Brian Eno, plus the ambient sounds of Jon Hopkins, Skylar Gudasz and more artists who offer a soothing mix to slow the blood, calm the nerves and inspire the mind.

    Playlist:
    1. Jon Hopkins: "Scene Suspended" (Single)
    2. Roger & Brian Eno: "Celeste" from Mixing Colours
    3. Lambert: "Vienna" from True
    4. Ian Urbina & Teen Daze: "Reel In (Sea Slavery)" from Pure Water
    5. Niklas Paschburg: "Duvet" from Svalbard
    6. Skylar Gudasz: "Actress" (Single)

    • 31 Min.
    New Music Friday: Feb. 14

    New Music Friday: Feb. 14

    Tame Impala, the K-pop band Monsta X and a new solo album from Nathaniel Rateliff top our shortlist for this week's best new releases.

    Featured Albums:
    1. Tame Impala — 'The Slow Rush'
    Featured Song: "Is It True?"
    2. Monsta X — 'All About Luv'
    Featured Song: "Someone's Someone"
    3. The Ballroom Thieves — 'Unlovely'
    Featured Song: "Unlovely"
    4. Carly Pearce — 'Carly Pearce'
    Featured Song: "Call Me"
    5. The Heliocentrics — 'Infinity of Now'
    Featured Song: "People Wake Up!"
    6. Nathaniel Rateliff — 'And It's Still Alright'
    Featured Song: "Mavis"
    7. Moses Boyd — 'Dark Matter'
    Featured Songs: "Dancing in the Dark" and "Shades of You"
    8. Beach Bunny — Honeymoon
    Featured Song: "Colorblind"

    Other notable releases for Feb 14: Bambara — Stray; Cindy Lee — What's Tonight to Eternity?; DRAMA — Dance Without Me; EDEN — No Future; Habibi — Anywhere But Here; Huey Lewis and the News — Weather; Justin Bieber — Changes; Katie Gately — Loom; Noah Gundersen — A Raven and a Dove; Puss N Boots — Sister; Tami Neilson — Chickaboom!; Tennis — Swimmer; yMusic — Ecstatic Science.

    • 32 Min.
    The Love Song I Wish I'd Written

    The Love Song I Wish I'd Written

    As we barrel toward Valentine's Day, M. Ward, Phoebe Bridgers, Perfume Genius, Raveena and more musicians share the love songs they wish they'd written.

    1. Torres' Pick: "Hounds of Love" by Kate Bush
    2. Matt Berninger's Pick: "Don't Know How to Keep Loving You" by Julia Jacklin
    3. Perfume Genius' Pick: "Consummation" by Nina Simone
    4. Amelia Meath's Pick: "Romeo and Juliet" by Dire Straits
    5. Raveena's Pick: "Drunk" by Dijon
    6. Phoebe Bridgers' Pick: "First Day of My Life" by Bright Eyes
    7. Conor Oberst's Pick: "Lovesong" by The Cure
    8. M. Ward's Pick: "Baby, I Love You" by The Ramones
    9. Waxahatchee's: "Not Given Lightly" by Chris Knox

    • 49 Min.
    New Music Friday: Feb. 7

    New Music Friday: Feb. 7

    Our list of the best new albums out this week includes the "garage country" of Aubrie Sellers, former Belle and Sebastian singer Isobel Campbell's first solo album in 14 years, Frazey Ford and more.

    Featured Albums:
    1. Nada Surf — Never Not Together
    Featured Song: "Come Get Me"
    2. Aubrie Sellers — Far From Home
    Featured Song: "Glad"
    3. Elkhorn — The Storm Sessions
    4. Envy — The Fallen Crimson
    Featured Song: "Swaying Leaves and Scattering Breath"
    5. Frazey Ford — U Kin Be The Sun
    Featured Song: "Azad"
    6. Hamerkop — Remote
    Featured Song: "The Splendor That Was Rome"
    7. Isobel Campbell — There is No Other
    Featured Song: "Below Zero"
    8. Steve Spacek — Houses
    Featured Song: "Higher Place"
    9. Spanish Love Songs — Brave Faces Everyone
    Featured Song: "Routine Pain"
    10. William Prince — Reliever
    Featured Song: "Wasted"

    Other notable releases for Febl 7: Antibalas — Fu Chronicles; Ásgeir --Bury the Moon; Boldy James and The Alchemist — The Price of Tea in China; Cheerleader — Almost Forever; The Cadillac Three — Country Fuzz; Christopher Paul Stelling — Best of Luck; Darling West — We'll Never Know Unless We Try; Gil Scott-Heron & Makaya McCraven — We're New Again; Green Day — Father of All; Iyla — Other Ways to Vent; Kat Edmonson — Dreamers Do; Khruangbin & Leon Bridges — Texas Sun; La Roux — Supervision; The Lone Bellow — Half Moon Light; Oh Wonder — No One Can Wear Your Crown; Sepultura — Quadra; Shopping — All or Nothing.

    • 34 Min.

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