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  1. New Zealand Artist Marlon Williams Makes Beauty Out of Agony (Archives) 2022/06/27
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  2. Calexico Makes Mariachi-Laced Music for The End Times (Archives) 2022/06/23
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  3. Rhiannon Giddens and Dirk Powell Explore Reconstruction-Era Music (Archives) 2022/06/20
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  4. Curse of Lono's Gothic Rock for a Late-Night Drive 2022/06/16
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  5. Richmond Duo Lean Year's Slowcore Minimalist Folk, In-Studio (Archives) 2022/06/13
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  6. String Quintet Sybarite5, In-Studio (Archives) 2022/06/09
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  7. Pow Wow Singer Joe Rainey's Voice and Beats: Same River, Different Boat 2022/06/06
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  8. Anbessa Orchestra Plays Music of Ethiopia Straight Outta Brooklyn (Archives) 2022/06/02
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  9. Anna & Elizabeth Transform Old Traditions of Mountain Music (Archives) 2022/05/30
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  10. Canadian Indie-Pop Band Stars Suggests Nostalgia With Love 2022/05/26
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  11. Jose Conde's Funk-Tropical Pop Refracts Miami's Musical Landscape 2022/05/23
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  12. Members of British Band Porridge Radio, Live From The Greene Space 2022/05/19
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  13. Wardruna: Nordic Folk Music of the Ancients, Rooted in Nature (Archives) 2022/05/16
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  14. Bette Smith: Muscular Soul at a Fever Pitch (Archives) 2022/05/12
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  15. Manchester Rock Band elbow Makes Joyful, Emotive, Orchestral Songs (Archives) 2022/05/09
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  16. Bjarte Eike & Barokksolistene (The Alehouse Boys) Tear It Up In-Studio (Archives) 2022/05/02
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  17. Philadephia's The Districts Dance Forward In Spite of Fear 2022/04/28
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  18. The Pioneering Techno of the Carl Craig Synthesizer Ensemble 2022/04/25
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  19. Kae Tempest Leaves on a Note of Love 2022/04/21
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  20. So Percussion Hits for the Cycles With Jason Treuting's 'Nine Numbers' 2022/04/18
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  21. Songwriter Lizzy McAlpine's Tender Pop Is Laced With Stealthy Wit 2022/04/14
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  22. The Intimate, "Deranged Pop" of Songwriter/Composer Gabriel Kahane, Live From The Greene Space 2022/04/11
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  23. Minimalist Droney Dream Pop by Saltland (Archives) 2022/04/07

    Hear music from the Montreal-based one-woman band, Saltland, aka cellist Rebecca Foon, from her2017 album, A Common Truth . She layers multiple loops of her cello, atop a rich set of drones, live in-studio. (From the Archives, 2017.)

  24. Anand Wilder (Ex-Yeasayer) Returns to Songcraft With A Jangly Pop-timistic Retro Sound 2022/04/04
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  25. Powered by Breath and Electronics, Tuba Player Theon Cross Plays to Win 2022/03/31
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  26. Traditional Music Enthusiast Jake Xerxes Fussell Shines Up Antique Songs 2022/03/24
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  27. Cloud Cult Hums Through the Change, With a Sense of Wonder 2022/03/21
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  28. Strings and Soul of Haitian Songstress Emeline Michel 2022/03/17
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  29. 216 Is The Magic Number for Guitarist Brad Barr's Collection of Instrumentals 2022/03/14
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  30. The Immersive Sonic Flow of Finnish Duo Tapani Rinne & Juha Mäki-Patola's 'Open' 2022/03/10
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  31. Yonder Mountain String Band Brings the Fiery Shred 2022/03/07
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  32. Shane Parish Expands Sea Shanties for Electric Guitar 2022/03/03
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  33. Feel the Force of OMD's Electro Dance-Pop Revival (Archives) 2022/02/28
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  34. Emily Wells Smolders and Scorches, Sends Her 'Regards To The End' 2022/02/24
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  35. Pink Martini's Exotic Musical Journey Continues (Archives) 2022/02/21
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  36. Shilpa Ray Hand-Stamped The Nightlife And She's Stronger For It (Archives) 2022/02/17
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  37. Unhinged and Opulent Pop Music by Cate Le Bon 2022/02/14
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  38. FPA's Chamber-Electronic Story of Princess Wiko 2022/02/10
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  39. Shamir's Latest Indie Pop Skews Industrial Synth 2022/02/07
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  40. Spell Songs Works Magic to Reconnect To and Re-Wild Nature 2022/02/03
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  41. Electronic Pop & Chamber Music By Anna Meredith (Archives) 2022/01/31
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  42. British Songwriter, Laura Marling, As Ever, Herself (Archives) 2022/01/27
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  43. Sam Amidon Experiments with Folk Music (Archives) 2022/01/24
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  44. Aimee Mann's Catchy, Dark, Smart & Thoughtful Songwriting (Archives) 2022/01/20
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  45. Beirut-based Band Mashrou' Leila Courts Controversy (Archives) 2022/01/17
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  46. Silvana Estrada Explores Love and Loss 2022/01/13
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  47. Guitarist Margaret Glaspy Delivers Crunch & Thunder (Archives) 2022/01/10
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  48. John Doe (Frontman of X): An L.A. Punk Plays Tough Folk (Archives) 2022/01/06
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  49. The Captivating Analog Synth Artistry of Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith (Archives) 2022/01/03
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  50. Best of Soundcheck Podcast 2021, Part 2 2021/12/30
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  51. Best of Soundcheck Podcast 2021, Part 1 2021/12/27
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  52. Angelica Garcia Rocks With Country-Blues Roots (Archives) 2021/12/23

    Los Angeles-born, Virginia-based singer-songwriter Angelica Garcia harnesses some country-blues twang, playing songs from her debut full-length, "Medicine for Birds," live, with her full band, in the studio. She taps into the magnolia trees, starry skies, and the ghosts of gothic Americana, written in her newfound isolation of a dusty old parish house in Accomac, Virginia.

  53. Sam Lee: A Trailblazer For The Traditional (Archives) 2021/12/20
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  54. Garland Jeffreys: Still 'Wild In The Streets' (Archives) 2021/12/16
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  55. Kate Simko & London Electronic Orchestra Build Crystal Structures of Chamber-Dance Music (Archives) 2021/12/13
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  56. Songwriter Jennifer O'Connor Shakes It Up And Surprises 2021/12/09
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  57. The Brilliant Power Pop of The New Pornographers (Archives) 2021/12/06
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  58. Southern Blues & Rock of Reverend Sekou & The Sealbreakers (Archives) 2021/12/02
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  59. Into It. Over It. Has Standards. (Archives) 2021/11/29
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  60. Sharkmuffin: Jagged, Riotous Power Pop (Archives) 2021/11/25
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  61. Mac McCaughan: Superchunk's Frontman Goes Solo On 'Non-Believers' (Archives) 2021/11/22
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  62. Torres Approaches Power Pop Crunch 2021/11/18
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  63. Little May: Urgent Harmonies, Anthemic Appeal (Archives) 2021/11/15
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  64. Danish Chamber-Pop Group Efterklang Keeps Experimenting 2021/11/11
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  65. Poet, Composer, Stutterer JJJJJerome Ellis Creatively Shapes Time 2021/11/08
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  66. Paolo Angeli: Between Innovation and Tradition 2021/11/04
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  67. Angélique Kidjo: Building Connections and Living Her Passion 2021/11/01
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  68. Squealy-Fuzz Pop Band Upper Wilds Throws Down Very Fast Love Songs 2021/10/28
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  69. South African Guitarist and Sound Technician Guy Buttery Plays With Possibility 2021/10/25
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  70. Buffalo Nichols Is Bringing the Blues of the Past Into the Future 2021/10/18
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  71. Angélica Negrón Performs on Plant Art, Live at The Greene Space 2021/10/14
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  72. Lucero: Musical Ghosts and Memphis Soul (Archives) 2021/10/11
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  73. Indie-Pop Band Wet (Archives) 2021/10/07
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  74. Passenger's Wandering Heart (Archives) 2021/10/04
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  75. Vijay Iyer Trio's Music Evolves Every Time They Play 2021/09/30
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  76. Guitarist Hayden Pedigo Evokes Wide-Open Texas Spaces 2021/09/27
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  77. Rosanne Cash: Songs of Protest and Memory (From Live With Carnegie Hall, 2020) 2021/09/23
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  78. Farao: Implacable Outlier Pop (Archives) 2021/09/20
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  79. BRONCHO: Indie Pop Hooks You Can't Stop Singing (Archives) 2021/09/16
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  80. Amythyst Kiah's Roots Music Deals With Loss, Grief, and Pain 2021/09/13
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Soundcheck
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Live performances and conversations in which artists talk about their work, their process, and themselves. Genre-blind but open-eared. Hosted by John Schaefer.

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