1. Hear some never-before-heard cuts by Bruce Springsteen, Lydia Loveless, Dana Falconberry, Devo and more on the Record Store Day edition of All Songs Considered

  2. Hear Pharmakon’s spare, spooky and noisy cover of Cher’s 1966 classic “Bang Bang” (made famous by Nancy Sinatra). It appears on the new All Songs Considered podcast

  3. It’s been 5 years since Mirah’s last solo album.
Hear “Goat Shepherd” from the forthcoming Changing Light. 

    It’s been 5 years since Mirah’s last solo album.

    Hear “Goat Shepherd” from the forthcoming Changing Light

  4. The musical blitzkrieg that is the SXSW music festival is over. The All Songs Considered crew tells us the 9 artists they discovered.

  5. We combed through 1,540 songs to find the next great artists to come out of the SXSW music festival in Austin, Texas. Hear the All Songs Considered crew highlight 15 bands they can’t wait to see this week

    Watch Damon Albarn, St. Vincent, Kelis, Eagulls and Perfect Pussy play the NPR Music SXSW Showcase live tonight, starting at 8:50 p.m. ET. 

  6. Premiere: Stream Beach House's contribution to The Space Project, a compilation of songs built around recordings made in space by the Voyager 1 and Voyager 2 space probes.
Hear “Saturn Song” on All Songs Considered. 

    Premiere: Stream Beach House's contribution to The Space Projecta compilation of songs built around recordings made in space by the Voyager 1 and Voyager 2 space probes.

    Hear “Saturn Song” on All Songs Considered

  7. Premiere: Hear Perfect Pussy’s bouncing, noise-pop ballad “Interference Hits Fits” on the new episode of All Songs Considered. 
Photo: Drew Reynolds 

    Premiere: Hear Perfect Pussy’s bouncing, noise-pop ballad “Interference Hits Fits” on the new episode of All Songs Considered

    Photo: Drew Reynolds 

  8. Beck shares “Waking Light" from his first new studio album since 2008 in an interview on NPR’s All Songs Considered. 

    Beck shares “Waking Light" from his first new studio album since 2008 in an interview on NPR’s All Songs Considered

  9. Hear the new, keyboard-driven sound for Wye Oak in the song “The Tower,” from the duo”s upcoming album Shriek.

    Hear the new, keyboard-driven sound for Wye Oak in the song “The Tower,” from the duo”s upcoming album Shriek.

  10. From Satan’s ridiculous riffs to Katie Gately’s chutes-and-ladders computer music, NPR Music producer Lars Gotrich brings a wide range of heavy, loud, out-there sounds to bury 2013 once and for all on All Songs Considered.