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Alt.Latino: Rock Innovators To Hear Now

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Junip, a new project from Swedish singer-songwriter Jose Gonzalez (center). Jon Bergmann hide caption

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Fall Round-Up: A Season Of Collaborations

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In "Sea Change," the London folk-pop duo Turin Brakes makes the most of its impeccable vocal phrasing. courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Lizz Wright invigorates "God Specializes" with timeless fervor by channeling her pedigree in Hahira, Ga. Vincent Soyez hide caption

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New Mix: Syd Barrett And A Bee Invasion

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Miami Horror's "Holidays" is a simple way to satisfy a retro dance-pop fix without going on YouTube for a self-inflicted Rick Roll. courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Hear two songs from Aloe Blacc's new album, Good Things, on "World Cafe: Next." Dan Monick hide caption

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Aloe Blacc On 'World Cafe: Next'

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"Older" finds Band of Horses pining for a love that never fades, no matter what goes on around it. courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Mary Halvorson's Saturn Sings is an abstract jazz cliff-dive inspired by Thelonious Monk, Sam Cooke and Robert Wyatt. Amani Willett hide caption

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