Songs We Love Handpicked by NPR Music staff and public radio hosts.
Songs We Love

Songs We Love

Handpicked by NPR Music staff and public radio hosts
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02Pedestrian At Best

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    Pedestrian At Best
    Album
    Sometimes I Sit and Think, and Sometimes I Just Sit
    Artist
    Courtney Barnett
    Label
    Mom + Pop Music
    Released
    2015

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The long-running Australian rock band Pond features members of Tame Impala, Mink Mussel Creek and Allbrook/Avery. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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02Elvis' Flaming Star

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    Elvis' Flaming Star
    Album
    Man It Feels Like Space Again
    Artist
    Pond
    Label
    Caroline
    Released
    2015

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"With Fleuve, I was mostly writing about a potential version of myself — a more bad-ass, f----- up one," Geneviève Castrée says. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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03Fillee Tannée / Fille Tendue

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Jack Ladder & The Dreamlanders' new album, Playmates, comes out in the U.S. on Feb. 24. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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06To Keep and to Be Kept

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Caitlin Canty, a singer-songwriter from Vermont, released Reckless Skyline on Jan. 20. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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01Get Up

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    Get Up
    Album
    Reckless Skyline
    Artist
    Caitlin Canty
    Released
    2015

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Scottish folksinger Alasdair Roberts will release a new self-titled album on Jan. 27. Drew Farrell/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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07In Dispraise Of Hunger

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02Psych #1

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    Psych #1
    Album
    854
    Artist
    Eyelids
    Label
    Jealous Butcher
    Released
    2014

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John Luther Adams' new album, The Wind in High Places, evokes austere landscapes and mysterious light. Kris Serafin hide caption

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04Sky With Four Suns

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    Sky With Four Suns
    Album
    John Luther Adams: The Wind in High Places
    Artist
    Various
    Label
    Cold Blue
    Released
    2015

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01How Could You Babe

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Quarterbacks, the pride of New Paltz, New York. David Grimaldi/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Not In Luv

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01Fought The Blues And Won

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