Aldous Harding released her debut Party, produced by John Parish, this May on 4AD. Rafael Barker/Courtesy of the photographer hide caption

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Guest DJ: Aldous Harding

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New Mix: Lorde, Zola Jesus, Chelsea Wolfe, More

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New Mix: Emily Haines, Mt. Wolf, Chastity Belt, Gordi And More

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Guest DJ: How The Band Phoenix Made A Joyful Record In Chaotic Times

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Dan Auerbach, frontman and guitarist for The Black Keys, has a new solo album out called Waiting On A Song. Alysse Gafkjen hide caption

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Dan Auerbach Guest DJs, Spinning The Music That Inspired His New Record

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Cover Stories, a new compilation of artists covering Brandi Carlile's The Story, released on May 5. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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All Songs +1: Brandi Carlile Reflects On 10 Years Of 'The Story'

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New Mix: Jeff Tweedy, Kevin Morby, Big Thief, Mitski And More

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New Mix: Harry Styles, The National, Fleet Foxes And More

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Clockwise from upper left: Shakey Graves, Trio Mediaeval, The Mountain Goats, Mr. Mitch, The War On Drugs, Elliot Moss, GAS Courtesy of the artists hide caption

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New Mix: Shakey Graves, The War On Drugs, The Mountain Goats, More

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