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Jason Eady's self-titled album comes out April 21. Anthony Barlich /Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Jason Eady, 'Barabbas'

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World Cafe Next: Tash Sultana

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Jake Xerxes Fussell's new album, What in the Natural World, comes out March 31. Brad Bunyea/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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02 Have You Ever Seen Peaches Growing on a Sweet Potato Vine?

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    Have You Ever Seen Peaches Growing on a Sweet Potato Vine?
    Album
    What In The Natural World
    Artist
    Jake Xerxes Fussell
    Label
    Paradise of Bachelors
    Released
    2017

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Keyon Harrold has just released his newest single, "Stay This Way (Feat. Bilal & Big K.R.I.T.)." Deneka Peniston/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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01Stay This Way (Feat Bilal & Big K.R.I.T.)

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01Please Yourself

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    Please Yourself
    Album
    Heavy Meta
    Artist
    Ron Gallo
    Label
    New West
    Released
    2017

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Mega Bog's new album, Happy Together, comes out Feb. 3, 2017. Adam Gundersheimer/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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01Fwee

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    Fwee
    Album
    Happy Together
    Artist
    Mega Bog
    Label
    Nicey Music
    Released
    2017

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"If people are saying, 'This is fresh,' I'm like, 'Well, it shouldn't be.' [Laughs.] I would've killed to hear this," Yola Carter says. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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01Fly Away

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    Fly Away
    Album
    Orphan Offering
    Artist
    Yola Carter
    Label
    Ear Trumpet Music
    Released
    2016

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Empire of the Sun's new album, Two Vines, comes out Oct. 28. Jen Campbell/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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11To Her Door

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    To Her Door
    Album
    Two Vines
    Artist
    Empire of the Sun
    Label
    Astralwerks
    Released
    2016

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Lo Moon's new song "Loveless" is WXPN's pick for September's mix. Brian Feinzimer/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Heavy Rotation: 10 Songs Public Radio Can't Stop Playing

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