Bob Mould and Ryan Adams at Adams' PAX-AM Studios earlier this week. Mould's new album, Patch The Sky, comes out March 25. Debi Del Grande/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Listen to Bob Mould and Ryan Adams

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Tiny Desk Concert with Bob Mould on June 16, 2014. Sarah Tilotta/NPR hide caption

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Bob Mould: Tiny Desk Concert

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Bob Mould On World Cafe

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Bob Mould's Beautiful, Ruinous Life In Punk

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Bob Mould: From Husker Du to Solo

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