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All Songs Considered

A New Mix For The New Year: Panda Bear, The Go! Team, More

We kick off 2015 with a mix of new music and a trip in a time machine back to 2000 and the very first All Songs Considered episode.

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Panda Bear: Sounds Like Home

The Animal Collective member hails from Baltimore, but moved to Portugal several years ago. He talks about the effect of his adopted hometown on his moody new solo album, Tomboy.

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Noah Lennox, better known as Panda Bear, spun a playlist heavy with friends and contemporaries on this week's show. Brian DeRan/Photo courtesy of Force Field PR hide caption

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