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On this week's All Songs Considered, Bob Boilen is joined by NPR Music's Stephen Thompson, who kicks off the show with a premiere from the folk-pop sibling duo Lily & Madeleine. "The Wolf Is Free," which will appear on the duo's second album, Fumes, highlights the sisters' subtle harmonies.

Bob follows that up with the new single from California's wild card ensemble Foxygen. "How Can You Really" floats on a lilting beat and sneaks in an understated chorus that will be lodged in your head for days.

NPR Music's Ann Powers joins the show to talk about Adia Victoria, a young, mysterious Nashville singer she's recently become enamored with. Her first single, "Stuck In The South," was released a few weeks ago and has sent ripples through the Nashville music scene.

Later in the show we hear "Runaway," the infectious pop-rock track from a new EP by the band sElf, Super Fake Nice, and a raucous number from London's Fat White Family called "Is It Raining In Your Mouth?"

Stephen takes us out with up-and-coming EDM star Porter Robinson's "Divinity," a joyously bouncy song that features sweet vocals from Stars' Amy Millan.

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Lily & Madeleine

  • Song: The Wolf Is Free
  • from Fumes

Sibling duo Lily & Madeleine is set to release Fumes, the follow-up to last year's self-titled debut, on Oct. 28 via Asthmatic Kitty. More on the duo on its website.

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Foxygen

  • Song: How Can You Really
  • from ...And Star Power

"How Can You Really," the new single from California's Foxygen, will appear on the double album ...And Star Power, out Oct. 14 on Jagjaguwar. Watch the accompanying video, in which front man Sam France romps through a drab office building wearing some very flashy pants.

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Adia Victoria

  • Song: Stuck In The South
  • from Stuck In The South - Single

Raised as a Seventh-day Adventist in South Carolina, Adia Victoria eventually moved to Nashville where she has started making waves in the local music scene. "Stuck In The South" is her first release. Read Rookie's interview with Adia Victoria here.

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sElf

  • Song: Runaway
  • from Super Fake Nice EP

sElf is the recording project of Matt Mahaffey, who has served as a producer with artists ranging from Beyonce to Smash Mouth and has also toured with Beck. His most recent EP, Super Fake Nice, is out now on El Camino Media. More on sElf on the band's website.

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Fat White Family

  • Song: Is It Raining In Your Mouth?
  • from Champagne Holocaust

"Is It Raining In Your Mouth?" appears on London band Fat White Family's debut LP, Champagne Holocaust, which features songs with curious titles like "Bomb Disneyland" and "Without Consent." The record was released last year in the U.K., and will see its U.S. release on Aug. 19 via Fat Possum. More on Fat White Family on its Bandcamp page.

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Champagne Holocaust
Artist
Fat White Family
Label
Trashmouth
Released
2013

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Porter Robinson

  • Song: Divinity (feat. Amy Milan)
  • from Worlds

Even though Porter Robinson, 22, has already started headlining electronic dance music festivals, he somehow doesn't have a full-length album out yet. That will change on Aug. 12, when Astralwerks releases his first LP, Worlds.

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Worlds
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Worlds
Artist
Porter Robinson
Label
Astralwerks
Released
2014

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