February 15, 2022 The Irish folk duo unveils its new album with a stirring lullaby.
February 1, 2022 Drown out the news cycle with an epic slice of bath-bomb techno.
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January 18, 2022 The Berlin-based goth-pop artist plumbs the tale of that ever-entwined couple buried in ash in Pompeii as a way into the concept of perpetual love.
January 14, 2022 This latest remix of the 2020 track might be the Trojan Horse we need to introduce amapiano, a spacious form of deep house music, to America.
December 23, 2021 Listen to one of the many highlights from Ghetts' Conflict of Interest.
December 21, 2021 Almost 30 years after her breakthrough, Liz Phair is still writing songs worthy of a greatest hits album.
The Blessed Madonna and Fred again..
December 16, 2021 The NPR Music senior manager shares his favorite albums and songs of 2021.
Fatima Al Qadiri, Danny Harle, and UNIIQU3 all land on NPR Music's best electronic music of 2021 list.
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December 11, 2021 From Jersey club to the U.K. underground, 2021's best electronic music looks like a complex melting pot of genre and history.
Clockwise, from top left: Little Simz, MUNA, Sun-El Musician, Jon Hopkins, Mon Laferte, Ada Lea.
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October 4, 2021 Every month, we ask the NPR Music staff: What's the one song you couldn't escape? What's the one album to which you'll return all year?
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July 20, 2021 Listen to the South African producer's latest bliss transmission.
July 16, 2021 Wales, the rural coastal country just west of England, isn't where you'd expect to find one of the year's better bangers, but Juice Menace is here to blow up your Welsh stereotypes.
July 9, 2021 The drama of Koreless' "Black Rainbow" comes at you from all sides: undulating synths, urgent clatter and hi-res pizzicato loops that pop out of your speakers.
July 7, 2021 The high-low breakbeats and ambient bassquakes on Overmono's "So U Kno" sound right out of the classic Burial playbook, but our underground overlord rarely has this much fun these days.