Lou Barlow's Brace The Wave comes out September 4.
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August 26, 2015 Brace The Wave keeps the Sebadoh singer's sound stripped to its barren bones, an approach suited to the pleas and confessions therein.
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Pearl Jam (top left), Missy Elliott (top right), the cover of Nirvana's Nevermind (bottom right), PJ Harvey (bottom left), Jeff Mangum of Neutral Milk Hotel (center).
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July 7, 2015 While Bob Boilen's out, Katie Presley and All Songs intern Julian Ring are replaying their favorite episodes of the podcast. Today: A look back at the '90s.
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August 17, 2009 There's been a lot of speculation on the Internet in recent weeks about a new batch of songs from Radiohead. While the band hasn't released the EP fans were hoping for, it has put out two new singles. We've got the latest, called "These Are My Twisted Words." Also on this edition of All Songs Considered, early previews of some of the albums we're most looking forward to coming out this fall, including new music from Atlas Sound, Circulatory System and more.
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