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New Mix: Daniel Lanois, Deap Vally, Nonkeen, Pinegrove, More

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Daniel Lanois: Tiny Desk Concert

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Daniel Lanois' new album, Flesh And Machine, comes out Oct. 28. Margaret Marissen/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Flesh And Machine

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New Mix: Radiohead's Philip Selway, Daniel Lanois, Bedhead, More

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09Opera

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    Anti/Epitaph
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Black Dub, Daniel Lanois' new band, played in Mountain Stage. Brian Blauser/Mountain Stage hide caption

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Black Dub On Mountain Stage

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Black Dub On World Cafe

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