Today At NPR Music: A Daily Cavalcade Of Links

Every day at NPR Music, we run a whole mess of stories through the publishing pipeline: concerts and interviews, studio sessions and reviews, and all sorts of other opportunities to hear, discuss, discover and wallow in new music. For those who read this blog but don't always peruse every inch of the site, we're going to start including a daily post to round up the highlights. So here goes...

Today at NPR Music, we've got a full-album stream of Moby's new album, Wait for Me; a six-song playlist in which a beer expert and a jazz expert match up the best possible beer/jazz pairings; our first-ever classical Tiny Desk Concert, with marvelous guitarist Jason Vieaux; Carrie Brownstein's thoughts on graduation music in her Monitor Mix blog; a fun discussion of the Least Appropriate Wedding Songs Ever (with 200+ comments and counting); a Song of the Day with Sarah Siskind (look for her Tiny Desk Concert in the weeks to come); a half-hour concert from WXPN, featuring Meat Puppets; the latest episode of All Songs Considered, featuring old music (from Neil Young) and new music (from The Phenomenal Handclap Band and others); and much more. As always, we invite everyone to poke around the NPR Music site and check back often for updates and new additions. Thanks!

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