Cass McCombs' new album, Big Wheel and Others, comes out Oct. 15. Pony Cassells/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Big Wheel and Others

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Clockwise from upper left: Anna Calvi, M.I.A., Poli├ža, members of Los Campesinos!, Deltron 3030 and Phil Elverum of Mount Eerie Courtesy of the artists hide caption

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Fall Music Preview

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Cass McCombs released two of his six albums in 2011. His latest is Humor Risk. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Cass McCombs On World Cafe

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Wit's End

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Cass McCombs in Studio on World Cafe 12/19/07

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