Stream New Tracks From Dirty Projectors, Radiohead's Ed O'Brien, Coriky, More : All Songs Considered This week's must-hear mix of songs includes a sunny new track from Dirty Projectors, new solo music from Radiohead's Ed O'Brien and several curiosities from NPR Music's striking Viking, Lars Gotrich.

Playlist:
1. Coriky: "Clean Kill" from Coriky
2. Azusa: "Detach" from Loop of Yesterdays
3. African Head Charge: "Dub Some More" (Single)
4. Ricardo Richaid: "Largado Nu" from Travesseiro Feliz
5. Dirty Projectors: "Overlord" (Single)
6. Big Blood: "Providence" from Do You Wanna Have A Skeleton Dream?
7. Ed O'Brien: "Shangri-La" from Earth
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When NPR Music's Lars Gotrich joins me, you're always in for an adventure. The striking Viking plays songs ranging from the psychedelic Brazilian music of Ricardo Richaid, intense metal music from Azusa and the band Big Blood that asks the musical question, Do You Wanna Have A Skeleton Dream?

I play music from a new band formed by two members of Washington, D.C.'s legendary Fugazi and drummer Amy Farina called Coriky. Dirty Projectors have quirky new music in a song called "Overlord." There's a brilliant box-set coming from another legendary '80s group, African Head Charge, known for their revolutionary take on dub music. We close with Radiohead's Ed O'Brien and his first-ever solo project under the name EOB; he's joined on this album, Earth, by Laura Marling, Wilco's Glenn Kotche, bandmate Jonny Greenwood and Portishead guitarist Adrian Utley.


1. Coriky: "Clean Kill" from Coriky

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2. Azusa: "Detach" from Loop of Yesterdays

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3. African Head Charge: "Dub Some More" (Single)

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4. Ricardo Richaid: "Largado Nu" from Travesseiro Feliz

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5. Dirty Projectors: "Overlord" (Single)

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6. Big Blood: "Providence" from Do You Wanna Have A Skeleton Dream?

7. Ed O'Brien: "Shangri-La" from Earth

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