Premiere: Hear Perfect Pussy’s bouncing, noise-pop ballad “Interference
Hits Fits” on the new episode of All Songs Considered.
Photo: Drew Reynolds
Hear the new, keyboard-driven sound for Wye Oak in the song “The Tower,” from the duo”s upcoming album Shriek.
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.
"I think I will be coming back to this record for the rest of my life.” — Ann Powers on Kanye West’s Yeezus
This week’s essential mix from All Songs Considered includes an early contender for one of Bob Boilen’s favorite albums of 2014 (that’d be Angel Olsen, and, yes, that’s next year), a song by Ages And Ages that Robin Hilton thinks could change your life (or at least how you’re feeling at the moment), and more.