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The band's new album, La Costa Perdida, explores its California roots and midlife nostalgia.

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McKeown's new Manifestra is a self-released, fan-funded album of personal and political folk-rock.

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Hear the psychedelic pop duo play songs from its second album.

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Brian Eno On World Cafe

The innovative composer, producer and musician discusses his latest album of ambient music, Lux.

Brian Eno On World Cafe

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