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Lindsay Sanchez

Interview: Edward Sharpe and The Magnetic Zeros

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Newport Folk Festival 2010 Preview

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A slow jam session with fidder Kevin Burke and guitarist Robin Bullock. hide caption

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A late-night session at the Swannanoa gathering. Musicians include Chad Beauchaine, fiddle; Beanie O'Dell, fiddle; Jeanne Chirdon, banjo; Keith Carr, bouzouki and banjo; Henry Lebedinsky, guitar.

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'March Rabbits' by Fading Collection

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New Mix: Liz Phair, Ra Ra Riot, Vijay Iyer, More

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The Californian indie-pop band hit the ground running after SXSW and a Hype Machine hit with "Pumped Up Kicks." Courtesy of Artist hide caption

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Listen to 'Pumped Up Kicks' by Foster The People

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Listen to 'Stranded'

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'Thieves' by She and Him

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