Lauren Groff, Alison Stewart, National Book Award discussed on Morning Edition


Stay tuned coming up on all of it with Alison Stewart later today. A preview of fall movie picks from the man who curates the contender series at MoMA, plus national book award nominee, Lauren Groff on her latest collection of short stories, titled Florida. That's today starting at noon here on WNYC right now. Let's check in with John Schaefer. Here's today's gig alert. The Detroit band called proto martyr makes dark post punk music carrying on a tradition. Started almost forty years ago by bands, like joy division scrotum martyrs music showcases. Joe Casey's often gloomy but often emotionally rich vocals, and the song's can go in unexpected directions. They're widely hailed twenty fifteen album the agent intellect for example, takes its title from a central concept in medieval philosophy this song. Coward starve is from that album. Howard's star by proto martyr. They played tonight tat Warsaw in Brooklyn for details. Go to new sounds dot org..

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