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New Music Friday: The best releases out on May 26
The best albums out this week include Lil Durk's Almost Healed, reflections on surviving your 20s from Arlo Parks and Miya Folick, Gia Margaret's Romantic Piano, a new Kassa Overall project and more.Featured Albums:1. Lil Durk — Almost HealedFeatured Songs: "Same Side (feat. Rob49)," "Therapy Session," "Never Again," "All My Life (feat. J. Cole)"2. Arlo Parks — My Soft MachineFeatured Songs: "Dog Rose," "Bruiseless," "Purple Phase," "Pegasus (feat. Phoebe Bridgers)"3. Gia Margaret — Romantic PianoFeatured Songs: "Ways of Seeing," "Cicadas," "Juno"4. Kassa Overall — ANIMALSFeatured Songs: "Clock Ticking (feat. Danny Brown & Wiki)," "Still Ain't Find Me (feat. Tomoki Sanders, Bendji Allonce, Mike King & Ian Finklestein)"5. Miya Folick — ROACHFeatured Songs: "Get Out of My House," "Oh God," "Cartoon Clouds"Lightning Round:Alex Anwandter — El Diablo en el CuerpoAnna Thorvaldsdottir — ARCHORA / AIŌNSparks — The Girl is Crying in Her LatteWande Coal — Legend or No LegendOther notable releases for May 26:Bayonne — Temporary TimeHenry Threadgill — The Other OneJanai Shankar — Hot & Cold Kari Faux — REAL B*TCHES DON'T DIE!Kevin Morby — More Photographs (A Continuum)MeeeZ — [red album]M. Sage — Paradise CrickMatchbox Twenty — Where The Light GoesMike Oldfield — Tubular Bells - 50th Anniversary CelebrationMaya Ongaku — Approach to AnimaShirley Collins — Archangel HillSimply Red — TimeWater From Your Eyes — Everyone's CrushedWolf Eyes — Dreams in Splattered Lines
Like poppa, like son: Rodney Carmichael
On this episode of Louder Than A Riot, something a little different: It's part meditation, part conversation — between host Rodney Carmichael and writers Kiese Laymon and Jamilah Lemieux — about beats, rhymes and life. For Rodney, interrogating misogynoir in hip-hop means confronting some hard questions — as a man, and especially as a father. As Rodney thinks about raising the next generation without replicating his mistakes, he's looking more closely at how hip-hop shaped his definition of masculinity.
In conversation: Cellist Mabe Fratti on embracing imperfections and going to extremes
Alt.Latino host Anamaria Sayre sits down with the experimental, Guatemalan cellist Mabe Fratti to discuss the admiration she's developed for imperfection, finding a musical community in Mexico City and how religion sparked a personal rebellion. Audio for this episode of 'Alt.Latino' was edited and mixed by Robin Hilton. Our show editor is Hazel Cills and our project manager is Grace Chung. Our production assistant is Sofia Seidel. Our VP of Music and Visuals is Keith Jenkins.
New Mix: Tiny Desk Contest winner Little Moon, ANOHNI, yeule and more
All Songs Considered's Bob Boilen and NPR Music editor Hazel Cills share their favorite new tracks of the week and highlight this year's new Tiny Desk Contest winner, the Springville, Utah, band Little Moon.Featured Artists And Songs:1. Little Moon: "Wonder Eye" (Single)2. yeule: "sulky baby" (Single)3. Sweeping Promises: "Eraser," from Good Living Is Coming For You4. Cola: "Keys Down If You Stay" (Single)5. ANOHNI & The Johnsons: "It Must Change," from My Back Was A Bridge For You To Cross6. Chris Farren: "Cosmic Leash," from Doom Singer
New Music Friday: The best releases out on May 19
A joint project from the rapper Aminé and producer KAYTRANADA tops our list of the best albums out this week, along with new ones from Paul Simon, Kesha, Sufjan Stevens and more.Featured Albums:1. Aminé & Kaytranada — KAYTRAMINÉFeatured Songs: "Who He Iz," "Westside," "Ugh Ugh," "K&A"2. Kesha — Gag OrderFeatured Songs: "Only Love Can Save Us Now," "Fine Line," "Peace & Quiet," "Living in My Head"3. Paul Simon — Seven Psalms4. Hannah Jadagu — ApertureFeatured Songs: "What You Did," "Admit It," "Warning Sign"5. Sufjan Stevens, Timo Andres & Conor Hanick — ReflectionsFeatured Songs: "Reflexion," "Ekstasis," "Mnemosyne"Lightning Round:Alex Lahey — The Answer is Always YesBrandy Clark — Brandy ClarkSir Chloe — I Am The DogSummer Walker — CLEAR 2: SOFT LIFEOther notable releases for May 19:Califone — villagersDave Matthews Band — Walk Around the MoonDef Leppard — Drastic SymphoniesGraham Nash — NowJealous of the Birds — HinterlandJuanes — Vida CotidianaMandy, Indiana — I've Seen A WayMega Bog — End of EverythingThe Milk Carton Kids — I Only See the MoonMoor Mother — Jazz Codes (Deluxe Version)Pony — VelveteenRobert Ellis — Yesterday's NewsSalami Rose Joe Louis — AkousmatikousTanlines — The Big MessTemps — PARTY GATOR PURGATORYTinariwen — AmatssouYes — Mirror to the Sky
Hosts/nerds Bob Boilen and Robin Hilton are your friendly music buddies with the week's best new music discoveries, including conversations with emerging artists, icons and more. Hear songs that can completely change your day, with humor, heart and (sometimes) a whole lot of noise. Directions for use: Morning commute, the gym, or alone time. (If rash persists, discontinue use.)