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Panda Bear's "Tropic Of Cancer" is one of the tracks public radio couldn't stop playing in January.
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January 29, 2015 January's roundup features music from Panda Bear, Father John Misty, Waxahatchee and more.
Clockwise from upper left: Panda Bear, Jessica Pratt, cover art for Red Baraat, Ian Parton of The Go! Team
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January 6, 2015 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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September 15, 2011 Hear the band perform highlights from its latest album, Tomboy, recorded live from the Music Hall of Williamsburg in Brooklyn, N.Y.
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The new album by Noah Lennox, a.k.a. Panda Bear, is titled Tomboy.
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April 3, 2011 The Animal Collective frontman sounds moodier than usual on his fourth full-length album, but he's still the electro-pop genius fans love. Hear his new album in its entirety here until its release on April 12.
Noah Lennox, aka Panda Bear, says his new album, Tomboy, has a darker mood than his past releases.
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April 1, 2011 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.
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March 29, 2011 The experimental music maven spins some of his favorite songs from contemporary artists — including his Animal Collective bandmate Avey Tare — and previews some of his own upcoming album, Tomboy.
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Radiohead (top), Panda Bear (bottom left), The Dodos (bottom right).
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March 1, 2011 On this week's show, Radiohead's surprise album gets a little time to sink in. Plus: new music from Panda Bear and The Dodos, and the final chapter of Son Lux's album-in-a-month challenge.
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November 16, 2009 All Songs Considered's list of the 50 most important recordings of the decade continues, from OutKast to Sigur Ros.
December 21, 2007 For the past three weeks All Songs Considered host Bob Boilen put favorites CDs from 2007 into a playlist on his iPod and let it shuffle. In the end, the music he was consistently thrilled with hearing ended up on his final top ten for the year. For Boilen, hosting a music show is about trying to find music that listeners will fall in love with — music that will be a good friend and fill listeners with good memories.
December 20, 2007 Writer and reviewer Will Hermes shares his favorite albums of the past year. Hermes is a frequent contributor to NPR's 'All Things Considered' and writes for 'Spin' magazine, 'The New York Times' and 'Entertainment Weekly.' He's also the co-editor of 'Spin: 20 Years of Alternative Music.'
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