Israeli jazz reedist Anat Cohen.
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May 14, 2015 The Israeli-born jazz clarinetist brings new life to a Flying Lotus jam. The latter's bleeps and synths are translated to acoustic instruments in a way that brings out the warmth in both environments.
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Clockwise from upper left: Spoon, Sharon Van Etten, St. Vincent, Future Islands, Flying Lotus.
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December 17, 2014 The results are in! St. Vincent's self-titled album was by far the most popular record in our listener poll for the best music of 2014. On this week's show, we count down the Top 25.
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Drummer Zach Hill of Sacramento-based band Death Grips, during the group's speaker-busting set at (Le) Poisson Rouge.
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October 18, 2012 Day two of the CMJ Music Marathon in New York started gently but built to a sweaty, speaker-bustingly intense climax at a show presented by NPR Music and WNYC's Soundcheck.
Clockwise from upper left, all taken at Moogfest: costumed fans at the Animoog Playground, Atlas Sound, fans reacting to one of the live sets, The Field, a dewy-eyed fan.
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November 1, 2011 Host Bob Boilen and NPR Music reporter Jacob Ganz look back at the unusual and remarkable music festival known as Moogfest.
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June 29, 2010 NPR listeners cast thousands of votes for the year's best music and regardless of how the votes fell, it was an exciting chance to pause and look back on what an incredible year it's been for music.
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April 28, 2010 If you have plenty of time to kill and a computer with a camera, and a decent graphics card, then go to the Flying Lotus website and download an application he's calling the 'Cosmogramma Fieldlines' augmented reality app.
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