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John Paul White

John Paul White, who once comprised half of The Civil Wars, stopped by on the heels of the release of his solo album 'Beulah.'

    Bravo, Max!

    The newly-downsized Dallas outfit came by the KXT studio to chat about the rootsy-to-raucous shift in their sound, and the making of their sophomore album.

VuHaus Song of the Day

NPR Music

First Listen: Allison Crutchfield, 'Tourist In This Town'

After more than a decade on the road, the prolific punk singer (of Swearin' and p.s. eliot fame) releases her solo debut in a bold attempt to unhitch love from nostalgia.

First Listen: Japandroids, 'Near To The Wild Heart Of Life'

After Celebration Rock fixated on staying young and feeling raw, the Vancouver duo's new album re-envisions youth as a passageway to a new and better place.

First Listen: Priests, 'Nothing Feels Natural'

Fully embracing the D.C. punk band's pop and experimental leanings, Priests' first album isn't a direct response to the state of the nation so much as a state of mind.

Dirty Projectors Announces New Self-Titled Album, Shares New Song

Hints have been trickling out since late in 2016, but the official word is here: The latest album from Dirty Projectors is self-titled and due out Feb. 24 on Domino Records.