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February 2019

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  • Excruciatingly Beautiful Future-Soul Music From Jacob Banks February 27, 2019

    British singer/songwriter Jacob Banks is a visual and musical storyteller&nbsp;whose&nbsp;electro-enhanced R&amp;B&nbsp;is stretched across&nbsp;deep powerful grooves. He plays songs from&nbsp;Village, in-studio. (episode)

  • Weekly Music Roundup: Norah Jones and Aldous Harding February 25, 2019

    Week of Feb. 25: This week, new sounds from singer/songwriter Norah Jones, old sounds from guitarist/songwriter Patty Griffin, and whistling from violinist/songwriter Andrew Bird. (article)

  • Cherry Glazerr’s Soft and Sharp Power Pop February 25, 2019

    Los Angeles trio&nbsp;Cherry Glazerr&nbsp;channels focused rage at subservient roles, and offers&nbsp;to sit with the demons within from the latest record, "Stuffed &amp; Ready." They play in-studio. (episode)

  • Nilüfer Yanya's Twisted Pop Embraces Imperfection February 21, 2019

    From London, guitarist and songwriter&nbsp;Nil&uuml;fer Yanya delivers sharp, sparking pop&nbsp;that has soft, weird edges as well. She plays songs from her debut, 'Miss Universe", in-studio. (episode)

  • Mandolin Orange's Bittersweet Pickin' Tunes February 18, 2019

    Folk&nbsp;duo Mandolin Orange combines guitar, fiddle, and yes, mandolin, in their 'songwriter pickin' music'.&nbsp;They play melancholy tunes from their latest, "Tides of a Teardrop"&nbsp;in-studio. (episode)

  • Weekly Music Roundup: Murray A. Lightburn and Xixa February 18, 2019

    This week, a work of &ldquo;genius&rdquo; from The Dears&rsquo; frontman, new rock-swagger&nbsp;from Brooklyn's Budos Band, new space cumbia from Xixa, and an &ldquo;unofficial single&rdquo; from Alicia Keys. (article)

  • Hypnotic Brass Leads The Way February 14, 2019

    The Hypnotic Brass Ensemble is a musically free-ranging band of seven brothers&nbsp;based between Brooklyn and Chicago. They'll bring their&nbsp;tight funky brassy jazzy groove to play in-studio.&nbsp; (episode)

  • Weekly Music Roundup: The Grammys and MInyo Crusaders February 11, 2019

    This week, Grammy stories you might have missed; and three musical surprises you won&rsquo;t want to miss:&nbsp;minyo,&nbsp;cumbia-style, neo-soul meets Carnatic Indian vocals, and&nbsp;Merle Hazard. (article)

  • The Custom-Built Pop Experiments of Buke and Gase February 11, 2019

    The experimental pop duo Buke and Gase, named after their instrument inventions, a baritone ukulele and hybrid guitar-bass, joins us to play music from their new record, &ldquo;Scholars.&rdquo; (episode)

  • Rubblebucket Parties Like Their Hearts Hurt February 7, 2019

    Brooklyn-based Rubblebucket makes psychedelic and jazz-conscious&nbsp;pop swimming in a strange and lovely mix of celebration and melancholy. They play songs from "Sun Machine" in-studio.&nbsp; (episode)