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Dylan LeBlanc In Studio at WFUV

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Matisyahu: Light A Fire For Hanukkah Music

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Incan Abraham's "Hors D'oeuvres" morphs into a psychedelic ballet of adolescent anxiety. Amanda Charchian hide caption

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'Hors D'oeuvres' by Incan Abraham

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Dawes on Mountain Stage - 01/12/2010

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Tunng On 'World Cafe: Next'

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Irishman Conor O'Brien is the mastermind behind the subtle and captivating Villagers. Courtesy of the artist. hide caption

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Listen Now

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The 88's "They Ought to See You Now" is a little more than two minutes of disarming charm and irresistible melodies. Eric Cwiertny/courtesy of the artist hide caption

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'They Ought to See You Now' by The 88

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Mike Doughty performs with his longtime touring partner, cellist Andrew "Scrap" Livingston. Brian Blauser hide caption

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Listen Now: Mike Doughty On Mountain Stage

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Gang of Four releases a politically outspoken comeback album in January. courtesy of the artist hide caption

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The Best Of 'Song Of The Day'

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Pianist Thomas Lauderdale and vocalist China Forbes say the members of Pink Martini sat down and wrote a list of their favorite holiday songs before they began writing their new album, Joy To The World. courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Pink Martini: International Spice On The Traditional Egg Nog

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Megan McCormick, a young singer-songwriter, performed a Live Fridays concert on Nov. 26. courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Megan McCormick Live In Concert

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