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Tuesday

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New Mix: Olivia Rodrigo, Sufjan Stevens, Katie Von Schleicher, more

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New Mix: Big Thief, Squirrel Flower, more

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New Mix: FIZZ, Luluc, Silvana Estrada, more

Have you heard dodie's new band? Looking for some ethereal sonic adventures? On this week's All Songs Considered, NPR Music's Hazel Cills along with Marissa Lorusso (hopefully) turn you on to something new, beginning with FIZZ, the new crazy fun band from dodie.

New Mix: FIZZ, Luluc, Silvana Estrada, more

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Monday

Three songs for the perfect summer road trip playlist

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Thursday

On Joy'all, Lewis finds ways to balance her far-out wisdom with the reality of life on Earth and her lived experiences. Bobbi Rich hide caption

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On the easy-going 'Joy'all,' Jenny Lewis defiantly preaches the pursuit of happiness

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On the record, the members of boygenius craft songs about how we care for each other, why we choose each other and how this kind of closeness can transform us. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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New Mix: Kara Jackson, Sofia Kourtesis, Ratboys and more

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Friday

In their work as Fever Ray, artist Karin Dreijer has used eerie, experimental pop music to excavate love's more complicated or marginalized incarnations. Nina Andersson hide caption

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Endless Summer Vacation, the latest from Miley Cyrus, tops this week's shortlist of the best albums out on March 10. Brianna Capozzi/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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New Music Friday: The best releases out on March 10

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Tuesday

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New Mix: Lana Del Rey, Sidney Gish, beabadoobee, more

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Friday

Caroline Polachek's second solo album, Desire, I Want To Turn Into You, tops our shortlist for the best releases out this week. Aidan Zamiri/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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New Music Friday: The best releases out on Feb. 17

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New Mix: Kate Davis, Rozi Plain, M(h)aol, Fievel Is Glauque, more

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Wednesday

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Countdown: The Top 10 Rock Albums of 2022

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