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November 15, 2011 Sampled saxophones and cymbals have re-emerged in dance halls, in innovative forms of house music.
October 30, 2008 From workplace politics to personal relationships to stock-market volatility, it's easy to live under a cloud of fear, anxiety, anger and sadness. In his glorious "Breathe," Matthew Herbert reminds listeners to exhale, while maintaining a tone that's both cautionary and celebratory.
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August 10, 2006 Host Bob Boilen discovers a new world of music through All Songs Considered summer intern Lars Gotrich.
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May 8, 2006 Matthew Herbert employs the dripping sounds of petrol pumps to ignite "We're in Love," a subversive lament for the end of the oil age. The song is distinguished by sweeping strings, a gentle piano melody, dreamy horns and Dani Sicilliano's winsome voice.
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