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Clockwise from upper left: Stella Donnelly, Telekinesis, Lana Del Rey, The Wild Reeds Courtesy of the artists hide caption

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New Mix: Lana Del Rey, Telekinesis, Stella Donnelly, & More

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Deerhunter's Why Hasn't Everything Already Disappeared? comes out Jan. 18. 4AD/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Deerhunter's Bradford Cox On Making Music In Trying Times: 'I'm Just Screaming Out Loud'

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J Mascis On World Cafe

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Elephant Sessions On World Cafe

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Phoenix

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    2019

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Decades after their original run in 1960s San Francisco, the members of Ace of Cups have finally released their first album. Rachel Wright/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Ace Of Cups Gets A First Chance At An Overdue Debut

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Lawrence On World Cafe

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Johnny Marr On World Cafe

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Huffamoose On World Cafe

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Viking's Choice: The Year In The Loud And The Weird

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JD McPherson On World Cafe

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A World Cafe Holiday

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Charles Bradley performs during FYF Fest 2016 in Los Angeles. The soul singer's posthumous album, Black Velvet, is out now. Frazer Harrison/Getty Images hide caption

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On Charles Bradley: Sweaty Hugs And Screams 'From The Center Of The Earth'

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