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In "All The Beds I've Made," Caroline Spence sings about feeling a little bewildered, a little wary and very grateful to have unexpectedly found total peace in a relationship.

Watch Caroline Spence Perform 'All The Beds I've Made' Live For Folk Alley

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Nick Hakim makes soul music for outer-space, so it's fitting that his late-night South X Lullaby set, surrounded by optic fibers, feels utterly extraterrestrial.

Nick Hakim Sings His Quiet Soul Into Space

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Start your weekend on a soothing note: We've rounded up our South X Lullaby sets, which include stunning songs from Valerie June, Phoebe Bridgers and Lydia Ainsworth.

Escape The Noise: Watch 9 Lullabies From Austin

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R&B musicians are making themselves indispensable to the dominant country music industry, even as they band together outside of it.

Just Off Music Row, Nashville's R&B Scene Thrives

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With his Nigerian dad and Bostonian mother, Jidenna spent his childhood moving across cities, continents and boundaries.

Jidenna On What It Means To Be 'The Chief'

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For Phantoms, there are two choices when it comes to going out in LA: go home, or roll with it. And with the throbbing bass of "Just A Feeling," they choose the latter.

Hear Phantoms' Flirty New Single 'Just A Feeling,' Featuring Vérité

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Watch Jonathan Lamberton, the American Sign Language interpreter for New York City mayor Bill De Blasio, sign the lyrics to the new Future Islands track.

Future Islands' New Song, 'Cave,' Gets Rendered In ASL

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The quartet's new song "Million Dollar Secret" will be featured on Girls this Sunday.

Hear Lucius' Song For HBO's 'Girls,' 'Million Dollar Secret'

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Kendrick Lamar waxes philosophical, adversarial and political, and saves the biggest shocker for the song's end.

Kendrick Lamar Fires A Warning Shot With New Song 'The Heart Part 4'

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On a new All Songs Considered, guitarist and producer Lenny Kaye plays DJ, sharing with us selections from Patti Smith (naturally) and Phil Spector.

How Lenny Kaye, The Godfather Of Garage Rock, Illuminated 'The Psalms'

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Portland's The Builders and the Butchers excel at making scuffed-up and fatalistic, white-knuckle Americana. Hear the band's new track, "Casket Lands."

The Builders And The Butchers, 'Casket Lands'

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There's new record coming soon from Tiny Vipers, which is cause for celebration if you love sad music.

Tiny Vipers Returns With First Album In 8 Years, Shares Synthetic Hymnal 'K.I.S.S.'

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Armed with his guitar and a glass slide, Delicate Steve's charming Tiny Desk performance proved you don't need a vocalist to make hooks.

Delicate Steve: Tiny Desk Concert

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In his day, Lee Morgan was one of the great, blazing comets in modern jazz; he's also one of its tragic figures.

'I Called Him Morgan' Is A Tale Of Marriage, Murder And Jazz, Told From Two Sides

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By day, this Nashville transplant is a music therapist; by night, she's a soul singer with a compassionate, uplifting voice.

World Cafe Nashville: Kyshona

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The new track appeared on streaming services Thursday night.

Kendrick Lamar Releases New Song, 'The Heart Part 4'

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Watch Buscabulla's West Coast debut from KCRW.

Watch Buscabulla Perform 'Tártaro' Live In The Studio

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What started with a DNA test led to a genealogy journey for René Pérez Joglar, formerly part of the biggest Latin acts in the world.

Residente Journeys Across The World — And Finds Himself Everywhere

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From NPR's Alt.Latino: A new generation of artists is finding an audience for music with a message.

Latin Musicians Bring A Message Of Resistance To SXSW

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Georgia Anne Muldrow's music is well outside the jazz perimeter, meaning she's not an obvious pick to pay tribute to Charles Mingus – except both have L.A. roots.

Jazz Night In America: Muldrow Meets Mingus

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