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When it comes to '60's  singers Dusty Springfield is usually near the top of most peoples list.
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Ulrich Schnauss / Photo by Jason Evans

LISTEN TO:  Electro Lounge Favorite  Ulrich Schnauss' Full Brooding LP 'A Long Way to Fall' 
 Plus: an in-depth conversation with the German musician about his craft.
 

In its quest to become the world's most brutal, ugly and offensive death-metal act, a young band should ask itself three questions: "How fast can the drummer blast-beat?" "How many unspeakable acts can we cram into three minutes, lyrically speaking?" "Are the riffs-per-second an accurate measure of how brutal we truly are?" I'm only sort of kidding. These exercises in ridiculousness are par for the course, though their excess is not unrewarded. Enter Wormed.

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After two decades of great music Tosca releases a new album called Odeon
 




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"Is the American really the best?" Mr. Khrushchev asked.

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Winston Yellen didn't start singing until he was 18 — he's 23 now — but he's already got one of 2013's most arresting new voices. As the singer for the country-rock group Night Beds, Yellen often performs a cappella, with tremendous soul and nuance.

We're thrilled to announce that the Yeah Yeah Yeahs have been added to the bill for our official South by Southwest showcase on March 13. The band joins Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds for the concert, which will be broadcast on NPR stations across the country and streamed live as a video webcast here from Stubb's in Austin, Texas. The concert will also appear in the NPR Music apps.

The deeply disturbed character who appears in the latest Maps & Atlases video, for the song "Fever," may not live to see tomorrow. As the Chicago-based band sings about holding on in our darkest hours, "The Man" slowly wastes away, addicted to a mysterious drug.

St. Augustine singer/songwriter Laurel Lee performs "Why Don't We Don't Get Married" on First Coast Connect, December 10, 2011.

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