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NPR Music staffers have put away sun-soaked songs for more reflective, autumnal fare.
October 26, 2010 Hear what we like to call "hoodie jams" — music that makes listeners dig their hands deeper into their pockets on a fall day.
November 25, 2008 The group unpacks the emotions of an unfaithful lover in the sensual but scalding "House of Cards." Amid a hazy soundscape of haunting keyboard riffs, angst-ridden guitars and jackhammer beats, frontman Phonte Coleman confesses to himself: "There's no one else to blame / Your worst enemy is you."
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October 21, 2004 Take two hip-hop artists on different sides of the Atlantic Ocean, add a dash of online communication, and you get the musical duo Foreign Exchange. NPR's Renee Montagne talks to Emcee Phonte Coleman of North Carolina and producer Nicolay Rook of the Netherlands about their collaboration and Connected, the album it sparked.
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