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A scene from 'Hypnosis,' by Damien Rice, from the soundtrack to The Prophet.
September 3, 2015 Intricate animation from the film suits this song, which simultaneously uplifts, encourages, chastises and mourns.
Low's new album, Ones And Sixes, comes out Sept. 11.
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September 2, 2015 Intimacy, unease and aggression coexist in bracing, beautiful ways throughout Ones And Sixes, which feels as intimate as a whisper over pillows and as obtuse as transmissions from a faraway satellite.
J.E. Sunde performs live on WPR's Set List.
September 1, 2015 The leader of The Daredevil Christopher Wright goes solo, and the result is smart, earnest folk-pop. Watch Sunde perform "Easy Kid" in his home state of Wisconsin.
Joan Shelley's new album, Over and Even, comes out Sept. 4.
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August 26, 2015 Songs on the Kentucky folk singer's second album sound ancient and true, even on first hearing.
Madisen Ward And The Mama Bear perform at the 2015 Newport Folk Festival.
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August 26, 2015 The mother-and-son duo radiated easy familiarity and sincerity during this charming afternoon set, with songs from their debut album Skeleton Crew.
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Brandi Carlile performs at the 2015 Newport Folk Festival.
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August 26, 2015 The folk-rock powerhouse's candid, emotional songs mingled irresistibly with her cheerful stage presence and radiant smile during her Newport set.
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Charlie Parr performs live in the studio for Folk Alley.
August 22, 2015 The Minnesota roots musician grapples with uneasiness and instability in "Over The Red Cedar." Watch him perform the song live in the studio.
Shana Cleveland appears in a scene from her latest video, "Itching Around."
August 19, 2015 French New Wave, post-tour doldrums and the limits of a tiny apartment inspired this introspective video from the La Luz frontwoman.
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August 19, 2015 On his new album, The Embers Of Time, the singer-songwriter opens up about his middle-aged angst.
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Aaron Lee Tasjan will release his new album, In The Blazes, on October 8.
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August 14, 2015 A New York-to-Music City transplant presents a biting critique of the Americana music business.
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