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Mix messages: Listeners share the songs that say 'I've got a crush on you'

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New Music Friday: Brittany Howard and a new era of musical masters

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"Crowded Roomz," the latest single from Nia Archives, is one of the tracks we can't stop playing this week. Lola Banet/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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The Billy Joel single is actually great, and other songs we had to share this week

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Will Billie Eilish and Finneas O'Connell win their third record of the year award at the Grammys? Rich Fury/Getty Images for The Recording Academy hide caption

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New Music Friday: What Were The Grammys Made For?

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Green Day's latest album, Saviors, arrived as the group is celebrating the 20th anniversary of American Idiot and 30th anniversary of Dookie. Alice Baxley / Apple Music/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Why we still love Green Day

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New Music Friday: 21 Savage's 'American Dream'

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Faye Webster and Lil Yachty, both of Atlanta and friends since middle school, collaborate on the new song "Lego Ring," from Webster's upcoming album Underdressed at the Symphony. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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The songs we can't stop playing this week

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Dua Lipa, whose 2020 album Future Nostalgia produced multiple '80s and '90s pop-inspired hits, has released a new single, "Houdini," that hints at another layer of retro revival. Tyrone Lebon/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Setting our sights on the biggest music stories of the 2024

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GRIP, the upcoming album from serpentwithfeet, is one NPR Music's most anticipated albums of 2024. Denzel Golatt/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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2024 Preview: The year's most anticipated albums

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Ruth Anderson and Annea Lockwood's Tête-à-tête, one of 2023's most intimate records, features field recordings of their voices that span decades. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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In 2023, experimental music mapped time and space

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Durand Jones' "Wait Til I Get Over" is one of the songs that hit us hard in 2023. Rahim Fortune hide caption

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Listeners share the songs that moved them the most in 2023

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We return to the snowy cabin in the woods where our annual holiday extravaganza all began, as we once again ask the question, "What could possibly go wrong?" Mike Brinson/Getty Images hide caption

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The 2023 'All Songs Considered' holiday extravaganza

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The record, the debut album by the indie supergroup featuring Julien Baker (left), Phoebe Bridgers (center) and Lucy Dacus, was released in March, more than four years after the trio's debut EP. Shervin Lainez/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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The best songs of 2023

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Talking about the best albums of 2023

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

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Exclusive: André 3000 reveals why his new solo album has no bars — and no boundaries

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