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Mother Falcon performs at The Parish in Austin, TX on February 26. Erika Reyna hide caption

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"Marigold" by Mother Falcon

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It may appear on a collection of early works, but "While We're Young" represents Department of Eagles at its best. courtesy of the artist hide caption

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'While We're Young' by Department of Eagles

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Listeners Pick 2010's Best Music (So Far)

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Kurt Cobain's Journals: The Writer Behind The Rock Star

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Steve Lacy's "The Breath" comes from his six-part Tao Suite. Baritone saxophonist Josh Sinton covers it with his Ideal Bread band. New Jazz, Andrea Burns hide caption

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"The Breath" by Ideal Bread

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Susanne Sundfor's wounded voice and densely worded narrative fuel the foreboding aura of "The Brothel." courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Chief On 'World Cafe: Next'

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Left to right: David Lynch, Danger Mouse (Brian Burton), Sparklehorse (Mark Linkous). courtesy of EMI Records hide caption

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Will Holland, a.k.a. Quantic. courtesy of the artist hide caption

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