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Amanda Palmer and The Grand Theft Orchestra during Tiny Desk at NPR. (Kainaz Amaria/NPR)
September 17, 2012 Theatre Is Evil is genius, savvy pop filled with storytelling that won't let go. Watch Palmer and her band perform "The Killing Type," "Want It Back" and the appropriately titled "Ukulele Anthem."
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Omar Rodriguez Lopez (clockwise from upper left), Jens Lekman, Amanda Palmer, Niki And The Dove
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August 14, 2012 On this week's show hosts Bob Boilen and Robin Hilton share some of their favorite new discoveries, including the Kate Bush-inspired Swedish duo Niki And The Dove, German experimental pianist Nils Frahm, and a surprising new album from singer Amanda Palmer.
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August 9, 2012 A rocking new song from Palmer's forthcoming Kickstarter-funded album, Theatre Is Evil.
When Amanda Palmer tackles "Idioteque" on the ukulele, the result is vivid and endearing.
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January 11, 2011 Dresden Dolls frontwoman Amanda Palmer's latest escapade is a whole album of covers -- Radiohead covers, to be exact, all performed on the ukulele. When Palmer tackles "Idioteque," the result is vivid and endearing.
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