Dave Grohl reunited with his old friend Butch Vig (at console), the producer of Nirvana's Nevermind, for the making of Sound City: Real to Reel. Sami Ansari/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Dave Grohl Finds Music's Human Element — In A Machine
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After a 10-year hiatus, David Bowie has just returned with The Next Day. /Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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David Bowie Awakens To 'The Next Day' Of His Career
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Tame Impala. Maciek Pozoga/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Heavy Rotation: 5 Songs Public Radio Can't Stop Playing
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Josh Ritter performs The Beast in Its Tracks at Le Poisson Rouge. Ebru Yildiz for NPR hide caption

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Cloud Cult's new album is titled Love. Cody York/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Cloud Cult's 'Love' Channels A Life Tested By Loss
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Clockwise from upper left: Flaming Lips, Sufjan Stevens, Maria Schneider, Surfer Blood. Courtesy of the artists hide caption

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This Week's Mix: New Flaming Lips, Surfer Blood, Sufjan Stevens, More
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How One Band Turned A Ghost Town Into A Giant Recording Studio
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Sound City: Real to Reel, the soundtrack to a new documentary directed by Dave Grohl, comes out March 12. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Sound City: Real to Reel
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Marnie Stern's new album, The Chronicles of Marnia, comes out March 19. Michael Benabib/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Chronicles of Marnia
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Robyn Hitchcock's latest album is called Love from London. Michèle Noach/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Robyn Hitchcock: 'Rock 'N' Roll Is An Old Man's Game Now'
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Pink Floyd's Dark Side of the Moon came out March 1, 1973. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Pink Floyd's 'Dark Side,' 40 Years Later
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David Bowie's album, The Next Day, will come out on March 12. Jimmy King/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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David Bowie, Rock's Shape Shifter, Returns
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Unknown Mortal Orchestra performs live at the Rock and Roll Hotel in Washington, D.C. Lizzie Chen/NPR Music hide caption

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Unknown Mortal Orchestra In Concert
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Foxygen performs live at the Rock and Roll Hotel in Washington, D.C. Lizzie Chen/NPR Music hide caption

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Richard Thompson performs live at the All Things Considered studio. Claire O'Neill/NPR hide caption

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Richard Thompson: The Acoustics Behind 'Electric'
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Ron Nine, Mitch Ebert, Eden Schwartz, Fiia McGann and Gretta Harley perform in These Streets, a new play based on a series of interviews with Seattle musicians. Courtesy of These Streets hide caption

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Women Of Grunge Reclaim Rock History In 'These Streets'
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Clockwise from upper left: Nathan Williams of Wavves, David Bowie, John Denver, Phoenix, and Kanene Pipkin of Lone Bellow Courtesy of the artists hide caption

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New David Bowie, Phoenix, Wavves, My Morning Jacket Covers John Denver, More
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