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What Keeps The Flaming Lips' Frontman Wayne Coyne Going

Wayne Coyne: "I absolutely get up every day and think, 'let's make some cool music.'"

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"[Alice Cooper] trying to be as safe and commercial as possible [because] that record is still a record for the freaks," Ty Segall says of Love It to Death. Denee Petracek/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Ty Segall: 'I Get Impatient'

The fuzz-rock mastermind explains how he changed everything to make his new album Manipulator.

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On this week's episode of All Songs Considered, John Cale discusses his latest solo album and shares some of this favorite songs by other artists. Shawn Brackbill hide caption

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Guest DJ John Cale

A founding member of The Velvet Underground, Cale discusses his new solo record and favorite songs.

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