All Songs Considered Bob Boilen and Robin Hilton spin new music from emerging bands and musical icons.

Anderson .Paak's Oxnard, one of the year's most anticipated albums, is on our short list for the best new releases out on Nov. 16. Theo Wargo/Getty Images for TIDAL hide caption

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New Music Friday For Nov. 16: 7 Albums You Should Hear Now

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Tyler, the Creator attends the premiere of "Dr. Seuss' The Grinch" at Alice Tully Hall on November 3, 2018 in New York City. Angela Weiss/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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How The Beatles Made 'The White Album'

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Laura Jane Grace & The Devouring Mothers' album Bought to Rot is on our list of the best new albums out Nov. 9. Bryce Mata/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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New Music Friday For Nov. 9: The 8 Albums You Need To Hear Now

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Clockwise from upper left: Deerhunter, Tomberlin, Andrew Bird, Bokanté + Metropole Orkest Courtesy of the artists hide caption

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New Mix: Deerhunter, Andrew Bird, Tomberlin, Bokanté + Metropole Orkest, More

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"When it goes well, it feels more like something that's happening through you as opposed to something you're doing," Chris Simpson (right of center) says of writing new Mineral songs. Peter Beste/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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