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All Songs Considered

New Mix: Röyksopp, Hozier, Deerhoof, More

On this week's All Songs Considered, we share buzzing Canadian rock, lush Latin pop, dreamy Norwegian dance music, English punk and more.

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Deerhoof's new album, La Isla Bonita, comes out Nov. 4. Chad Kamenshine/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Songs We Love

Songs We Love: Deerhoof, 'Paradise Girls'

The song was inspired by the band's long roster of female heroes, including Joan Jett, Janet Jackson, and Kim Gordon.

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Deerhoof's new album, Breakup Song, comes out Sept. 4. Deron Pulley/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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In "No One Asked to Dance," Deerhoof proves again that mystery is more seductive than truth. Richard Saunier/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Deerhoof: The Battle To Stay Surprising

In "No One Asked to Dance," Deerhoof proves again that mystery is more seductive than truth.

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