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    The best and the rest from Queen RiRi

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    The indie-rock vets talk about streaming music’s stimulus overload, the radio’s disappointing lack of cool, weird guitar music, and their new record.

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    Where to start with live Dead? Our team of experts breaks it down, combing through thousands of shows to find their greatest songs and most transcendent moments

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    A DIY scene finds itself on the front lines of progressive activism, fighting to be heard.  

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    Harps, glockenspiels, obscure psych-rock samples, bird noises—it’s all part of this Kingston crew’s bracingly original sound.

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    After years of working with bands, traveling the globe, and constantly leveling up her musical acumen, Sasha Perera is creating the moody and minimal songs she wants to create.

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    In search of dreams and dirt in New York City

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  • 06/05/17--14:30: Primavera Sound 2017
  • Photos and reviews of performances by the xx, Arcade Fire, Bon Iver, Aphex Twin, Angel Olsen, Sampha, and more from last weekend’s festival in Barcelona.

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    With her solo project, Nandi Rose Plunkett of the indie rock band Pinegrove seeks out a sense of home amid music that’s as mystical as it is fearless.

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    New projects by Google and Sony use machine-learning technology to create music that essentially writes itself. Should we be scared—or excited?

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    The actor and stand-up star talks about the magic of Steely Dan, why Elvis’ hits mean nothing to him, and the one type of music everyone can agree on.

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  • 06/15/17--08:15: NOS Primavera Sound 2017
  • Portraits and live shots of Angel Olsen, Run the Jewels, Miguel, and more from last weekend’s festival in Porto, Portugal.

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    The sound of a free Brazil, from Gilberto Gil to Os Mutantes and Tom Zé

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    The producers, hosts, and composers behind This American Life, S-Town, Radiolab, and more on how they use music to enhance—but not manipulate—a listening experience.

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    In advance of their Pitchfork Music Festival appearance, the emo icon talks about getting the band back together.

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  • 06/20/17--08:17: In Sight Out: Nile Rodgers
  • Nile Rodgers is one of the foremost architects of disco and played a major role in defining the 80s pop landscape. In this talk he discusses the songs that have made history and plays a few on his hit-maker guitar.

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    The London-based producer talks about creating her strongest tracks during the most harrowing time of her life, and how being a parent helps her focus and be original.

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    He’s not here for your bullshit.

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    As President Trump eyes abolishing federal arts funding in the U.S., a survey of tax-supported music from Australia to Iceland reveals a complex, shifting landscape.

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    With the Canadian collective’s first album in seven years on the way, Kevin Drew reflects on what’s changed (technology’s unrelenting narcissism) and what hasn’t (the dependability of true companionship).

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