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"robyn hilton" Discussed on All Songs Considered

All Songs Considered

02:54 min | 6 months ago

"robyn hilton" Discussed on All Songs Considered

"I shop Bush cut in front of the rest of us and the longer lashes. Anna shored address. Not sixes. Thought this you wear the crown twelve years in two tenure man. Haley Witter's another Nashville singer on her record here the dream the song tenure town. I was just immediately taken by her. Lyricism I mean this song in particular says so much and so few words. I mean that even the tone with which she writes in delivers that Song it. So it's kind of biting it's kind of rhyme and she's just sort of is yeah. Yeah it's wrenching. It's the most confessional moment on that album and sets the tone for what's to come. I mean it's kind of loosely speaking a concept album that begins with that disclosure of where she's at and feeling about her music and in her career and then proceeds to you know. Look at things from a lot of different angles and reconsider what it means or what it looks like to be content or to be fulfilled or to quote unquote. Live the dream. There's a lot on here to. She's kind of working with more time. Tested throwback elements and country blues. But I love her singing to. I think she's a sharp communicator. In that regard as well and sometimes she makes me think of the way Casey mess graves sings and sometimes she makes me think of the way. Miranda Lambert sings but she does. She has her own singer still. I just think of the way both of those singers use tone and inflection in such sharp ways to communicate to really you know they can be dry and cutting or you know vinegary or straight shooting or whatever but it really sharpens the way you experience. The story that they're telling Haley Witter's is the singer record is called the dream out now in February. Twenty eighth thanks so much Julie. You're welcome. We still have a few more albums that we wanna tell you about for this week's new music Friday but first we need to take a short break and we'll be right back support for this podcast and the following message come from the Walton Family Foundation where opportunity takes root more information is available at Walton Family Foundation Dot Org support for this podcast and the following message come from the American Jewish World Service working together for more than thirty years to build a more just and equitable world learn more at age. Aws Dot Org. It's new music Friday from NPR and all songs considered. I'm Robyn Hilton and we're looking at the best albums out. On February twenty eighth we start the second. Half of our show off with Sergio Mendez in his new one in the key of joy..

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"robyn hilton" Discussed on All Songs Considered

All Songs Considered

02:34 min | 10 months ago

"robyn hilton" Discussed on All Songs Considered

"I know that some people feel Makomo the super cool rapper you know white rapper whatever but he had a huge following in Seattle there was a referendum coming up to legalize same sex marriage in the state and same love became the official anthem of that movement. I WanNa take stock of where we've landed with all of this for the past ten years but first we need to take a quick break and we'll be right back support for this podcast and the following message come from American Mensa the High Q. Organization offers intellectual stimulation and a place to socialize with smart people like yourself your high intelligence is the passport to compelling MENSA groups events and publications if you think you may be eligible for membership take meneses admission test or qualify using one of two hundred other supervised tests that are accepted this American MENSA DOT com slash join to take the next step today it's all songs considered from NPR music. I'm Robyn Hilton I'm here with an power Serena Charleston Marissa's Larusso were talking about Queer Liberation in popular music in the past decade we've looked at some important examples of of how we've heard this evolution or revolution and and some of the reasons why it's been happening but I'm wondering where we are now like where have we we landed after the the past ten years it's it's hard to say where we are now I mean the the viral star little nausea came out at the end of June two thousand nineteen of pride month and you may know him for his ubiquitous a record breaking hit old town road and honestly people just kind of shrug their shoulders they're like okay cool little aspects is gay like I felt the same way like I guess nobody really cares like okay whatever this is not like this breaking news whereas like five years ago maybe even or ten ten years or less important yeah you compare it to me dress stems from the fact that little Nasdaq's is a new artist and so our expectations about how LGBTQ artists can exist in the mainstream is different than those of people that we've grown up with or seen previous projects from and had this idea of who they are in in our minds but so those people coming out is still kind of a radical move and Fascinating Louis Gentlemen as Song Queen from her twenty thirteen album the electric lady is rumored to have previously been called Queer and if you listened.

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"robyn hilton" Discussed on Car Talk

Car Talk

06:11 min | 10 months ago

"robyn hilton" Discussed on Car Talk

"Faced with what they do is they take it out cracking blade or not and they tried to try you try not to break the windshield and then and then they reinstall it and it could be as simple as that all right on that note I think it's time for us to take a break because you know what's coming up next my brother is gonNA dazzle us with spectacular new puzzle that will not right back rest uh cruise wants following message come from the Walton Family Foundation where opportunity takes root more information is available at Walton Family Foundation org the past decade saw a lot of changes in the way music is made shared and experienced social media blew up genres blurred together and beyond dominated nearly everything I'm Robyn Hilton join NPR music as we look back at the twenty tents its defining trends and moments listen to new episodes twice a week on all songs considered from NPR. We're back you're listening to talk with US Click and collect the tapper brothers and we here to discuss cars Dr Repair and the new puzzle interesting puzzle oh I did say interested at least I thought it was interesting glad we'll let you know well this has been bothering me for a long time and it's it's a mystery that I decided I was going to solve recently a few weeks ago my wife and I along with my brother and his wife had occasion to visit news Walk City and stay at one of the finer hotels whose name I can't remember but it was one of those that that actually had beds in sheets and I'm sure all of you have noticed this but if you go into a the bathroom in your hotel room you turn on the hot water whether it's at the sink or the shower and instant Tena Asli you get hot water do you not I mean if not instantaneously within a few seconds certainly not time enough to come up from the basement of the building exactly so I'm convinced that the water heater is got to be under the sink this is called point of use hot water heater right there are such things there are run so I immediately dropped to my knees and I'm on the on my back and I'm looking under the sink and I I see nothing and there's just ordinary pipes they're like I would see in my bathroom but I know in my bathroom when I turn on the hot water I have to wait and wait and wait and wait and finally the hot water comes but in the hotel room Bingo it's right there yeah so I decided to investigate you broke the hole in the wall no it and so I I go look I walk down the car to figuring some with is going to be a mechanical is room right with a water heater isn't it's obviously going to be right near my room or maybe there were these things all over the place so I go looking I can't figure anything out and I'm this oh I'm in room eleven twenty there's eleven twenty next to me eleven nineteen and the other side and I'm convinced at one of them is a phony an all night long I'm tossing and turning I can't figure to the south and at two o'clock in the morning I jump out of bed and you say you Rica I throw on a pair of wedgies in a robe and I run to the room eleven twenty two next door and I know this is utilized room it's not a real hotel room it's a phony room I pound on the door expecting Norwood answer 'cause all it's in the air is the hot water heater Guy Incident is underway what are you what I know that that isn't the answer and in the next morning I asked one of the chamber as he is the water heater in this floor she says does no water heater on this floor I asked the concierge I said is there a water heater above us a below us he says no monsieur alsi water heaters are easy basement and the question tell me you did all this I was up all night so I would I didn't feel some jerk was banging on my door so the question very simply is if the water heaters are in the basement and I'm on the eleventh floor how in the world can I have hot water instantaneously and this is the case with no matter what hotel you go to probably any place in the world turn on the hot water faucet and Bingo you've got hot water and I don't know how they do it now if you think you know how they do it let me know it's driving me crazy now if you think you know the answer.

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"robyn hilton" Discussed on Only A Game

Only A Game

02:17 min | 10 months ago

"robyn hilton" Discussed on Only A Game

"Jonathan Chang elite ultra marathoner Dave mackey was scheduled to have his leg local running sore that's coming up and remember you can follow us on facebook and twitter at only a game and pr how will you remember the past decade in music I'm Robyn Hilton with NPR is also considered join us as we look back back at the defining trends and moments of the twenty tense from beyond say to band camp listen twice a week on all songs considered from NPR. I'm Karen I mean there's a one point two five carat diamond on top of an image of the Larry O'Brien trophy the only thing this ring doesn't have is video and I'm sure that

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"robyn hilton" Discussed on All Songs Considered

All Songs Considered

04:38 min | 10 months ago

"robyn hilton" Discussed on All Songs Considered

"Being a card from the Tarot deck this card the four of Eros it symbolizes rest and for the band they had done the kind of thing that you do when you're an up and coming band the tour together they lived here fall choose there's no bigger Neil young fan on the planet than I I'm a massive fan boy be Bob and every drop is made in Lynchburg Tennessee it's how Jack Daniel himself made it over a century ago and it's how they still do it today Jack Daniels turning nights into stories since eighteen sixty six please drink responsibly it's new music Friday from NPR and all songs considered I'm Robyn Hilton I'm here with Steven Thompson we're looking at the best albums out on October twenty fifth we start the second half of our show off with the latest from Rex Orange County it's called pony.

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"robyn hilton" Discussed on Throughline

Throughline

04:29 min | 10 months ago

"robyn hilton" Discussed on Throughline

"Comes from Newman's own foundation working to nourish the common good by donating all profits from Newman's own food products to charitable organizations that seek to make the world the better place more information is available at Newman's own foundation dot org believe it or not the twenty tens are almost behind us so before the decade peers NPR music is hitting the pause button to look back at its defining trends themes and moments from John say to ban camp. I'm Robyn Hilton join us as we look back at a decade in music with new episodes twice a week listen on all songs considered from NPR after fighting a war with Germany and knowing about the atrocities committed by the Nazis how do you sell this idea to the public that we're GONNA import basically German personnel who are going to help us with our own programs well it wasn't sold to the public at all at first because it was secret the Germans are bought the United States in secret by around the immigration system they were essentially prisoners of the armed forces and this was the subject of a few rumors in the United States in the media and a fourth but fundamentally there was no public knowledge in there was no rationalization offered until December nineteen forty six more than a year and a half after the end of the war when this program was finally declassified here's how the army explained Operation Paper Clip to the public America got the good German scientists these individuals knew nothing of the horrors of Nazi Germany of crimes being perpetrated by the Reich of genocide mass murder of slavery I mean certainly the Defense Department was presenting the story that these were not Nazi war criminals that they were Germans who had just been Nazi thirty members out of opportunism or because they had to be basically they left out all the messy more damning details several of them had favor with the her meaning they wore what was called the Golden Party Badge and some even worked side by side at some point in their career with Hitler Himmler or gory would suggest that many of them not only knew about the atrocities and possibly participated in them they had received special shoot treatment it was a carefully devised PR campaign to make these former Nazi scientists seem less threatening less guilty still when the American public found out about the operation many people were uncomfortable with it and made their frustration known the end of forty six in the early part of nineteen forty seven there were protests some people wrote letters to Congress and a few prominent public figures spoke out against it one of the first detractors of this myth aw Collagen was actually Albert Einstein together with Eleanor Roosevelt. They kind of rallied public opinion about the idea era that these Germans were not so beneficent and if they were they would have laughed Nazi Germany when they could but then world events shifted to such a degree that the idea of operation paper clip became about the lesser of two evils of course as you go from nine hundred forty seven into the early nineteen fifties you get this in growing anticommunist hysteria and fear the American military establishment began preparing for what was known as total war with the Soviet Union and it was absolutely imperative that we grab as many of these expert former or Nazi scientists weapons makers that we could because if we didn't get them surely the Soviets would and that pretty much killed the discussion the former Nazi scientists were here to stay.

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"robyn hilton" Discussed on All Songs Considered

All Songs Considered

03:18 min | 10 months ago

"robyn hilton" Discussed on All Songs Considered

"I'm not sure quite what she's singing about here. You wanted different symbolism decipher yeah but a song like rocket which is a slow burner very explicit very detailed that's not a song that could even appear on dangerously in love or Sasha fierce or four and I really think this evolution in her in her sound and in her songwriting in in her performance has to do with becoming a mother I said earlier she had her first child Blue Ivy Twenty twelve she took a year off which is the first time she ever did that in her career and keep in mind she's been performing publicly since she was a key eighteen yeah taking that reset time is really important and I think the fact that you wanted to show like I can be a mom I can be a wife and I can be explicitly sexy and unapologetically so it's like I'm not washed up you thought I was gone you thought I took the time no coming back even stronger and better there's so much strength and even the soft songs on this album rocket being one of them that context leads back to dirty blues of the Nineteen Twenties Bessie Smith that leads to soul music of the nineteen sixties aretha Franklin it leads to Disco Music Donna summer she is placing herself in that line by making it roddick music that's also very meaningful beautiful and these songs didn't need to get played on the radio now we have streaming culture you can do explicit music on a streaming platform in a way that you never could and terrestrial radio and even when she dropped beyond say her self titled Album and then she did one kind of Faux sit down interview that was released on her own youtube channel she said she wanted to go back to the time when people listen to albums when it wasn't a single driven rollout and structure and album still lots to talk about with beyond say in all the ways that she had defining shape the past decade and music but first we need to take a short break and we'll be right back support for this podcast and the following message come from American Mensa the high IQ organization that offers intellectual stimulation and a place to socialize with smart people like yourself your high intelligence is the passport to compel Mensa groups events and publications if you think you may be eligible for membership take meneses admission test or qualify using one of two hundred other supervised tests that are accepted visit American Mensa dot com slash join to take the next step today it's all things considered from NPR music. I'm Robyn Hilton I'm here with an power Ronnie Carmichael and Sydney Madden and we're looking at the past decade in music specifically about all the ways that beyond say really kind of dominated helped define the decade in music. Let's talk about the relevancy of albums because that is a another recurring theme when we look back at the twenty tens weather not full albums matter in age of singles the self titled Beyond Say Record I mean it was certainly a complete peace but when she released lemonade I just thought I ammonia mental statement as a complete work of art and here's the first song that we heard from it it's called Formation.

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"robyn hilton" Discussed on All Songs Considered

All Songs Considered

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"robyn hilton" Discussed on All Songs Considered

"Everyone from n._p._r. Music and all songs considered. I'm robyn hilton. I'm here here was stephen thompson. Hello robin. An powers had no my friend. It's new music friday and we're kicking the show off with sheer mags a distant call eh breath it.

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"robyn hilton" Discussed on All Songs Considered

All Songs Considered

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"robyn hilton" Discussed on All Songs Considered

"Tekeli. Days. Breath knees. My mind. Did I get a hack because angel supposed to high nest one? Take. Day. Behind that of. Got a job. He's an artist who was a huge loss and the hip hop community. And I think he's an artist whose legacy will continue to blossom after his death because he was very in the middle of his career. It's like what could have been while. I doubt swimming is the last album will ever get from at least recordings will ever. I'm sure there's a lot of posthumous material out there. Sydney. Thank you. And robin. It is it is sad. When you when you contemplate the hundreds of really great musicians that we lost. And I kind of think doing a show like this reminds me of like, you know, the Oscar telecast where they have that one point in the telecast where they do the montage all the actors and producers and people behind the scenes that we lost. And it's always sad. But yet, I always look forward to it. Because it reminds us of the great art that these people have been giving us per sure. And this is only obviously a handful of the arts we lost this year. If you go to our website, NPR dot org slash music. You can read about these artists and whole lot more than beloved creators in creative people that we lost twenty. Thanks, tom. Thank you, Robin for NPR music. It's all songs considered. I'm Robyn Hilton. Stay. What's that?

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"robyn hilton" Discussed on All Songs Considered

All Songs Considered

06:08 min | 1 year ago

"robyn hilton" Discussed on All Songs Considered

"Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from Tito's handmade, vodka born and bred in Austin, Texas, the live music capital of the world eighty proof Tito's handmade vodka fifth generation, inC, distilled and bottled in Austin, Texas. It's also considered from NPR music. I'm Robyn Hilton. And I'm here with Tom. Hi. Hey, tom. Hey, robyn. And as we near the end of two thousand eighteen we're looking back at some of the musicians we lost this year. There were so many including composer Johann Johannsson Marty ballon of Jefferson airplane country artists, ROY Clark and Scott Hutchison. A singer of the band you hearing now frightened rabbit? No. Warriors mine. Scott Hutchison of frightened rabbit. This song is called the wrestle in its from the band's twenty two novel in the winter of mixed drinks and Scott disappeared in may after leaving very cryptic note on his Twitter account that said be so good to everyone. You love. It's not a given. I'm so annoyed that it's not I didn't live by that standard. In kills me. Please hug your loved ones. I'm away now. And thanks, and then Scott's body was found a couple of days later. No official cause of death was given. But it is believed that he took his own life. There were far too. Many other musical voices that fell silent in two thousand eighteen we lost a jazz pianist like Randy Weston conductors. Case was Lopez Cobos opera singers rockers jazz club impresarios record store. Kingpins like Russell Amon of Tower Records steel pan drum pioneers composers like Oliver, nothing producers like Jeff Emmerick, but by far the one. That reverberated the most really around the world was the loss of the Queen of soul. Aretha franklin. All the mind. I used to. So I didn't spy. In win new face. I don't know how you begin to memorialize someone who's had the kind of impact she had on music for as long as she did. But here to help us try to do that as NPR music on a stats yet. Silk zia. Hi, robyn. Hi, Tom, honest, Houser you've got a special take on what Aretha meant to us both musically. And really as a nation, you covered her funeral, and you were actually there in Detroit as that long and wonderful funeral unfold. And tell us a little bit about that. How there reporters who is called to Detroit to be there for some of the viewings? It was several days of public viewings. And then at her incredible remarkable once in a lifetime experience of her home going service her memorial service, and then at the end of this year. I also covered the surprise release of one of the greatest music documentaries ever made which was film. She made. Over forty five years ago called amazing grace, so yeah, this this year has been all about Aretha for me and reflecting on her. Life's work and being at the funeral and even before that at the viewings was an incredible experience because she was so very much of Detroit and to be in her community, literally being at the church that her father was the minister of for for many many years, and then later brother as well and seeing community coming out and not just from Detroit. But from all around America literally to come on a her was incredible. And then the experience of being at her funeral service was once in a lifetime. You know? I think a lot of Americans and people around the world shared in seeing this incredible cavalcade of musicians and politicians and public figures talk about her in really intimate ways. As you know, smokey Robinson singing, and noting that he was her longest friend. They grew up around the corner from each other. There was a real intimacy to that that that I don't think I may ever experience again in my lifetime. And no it was much more than just a going home memorial. I mean, it was a remembrance celebration and kind of transformational church service with incredible music performances. Oh, absolutely. And from almost every corner of the musical galaxy right. It was a service that was supposed to start at. I think nine or nine thirty. I can't quite remember it started close to eleven and I wound up walking out of church at something like eight thirty that night, which was really a testament to how many people wanted to honor her. And you know, it was everyone sever knows from Stevie Wonder to Arianna 'Grande to Gladys Knight to. Shirley caesar. Jennifer Holliday Fantasia can just go on and on and on. And of course, you know, the cavalcade of politicians and social Justice figures as well. Everyone came to pay tribute in a really remarkable way. There are several distinct periods in the Retha Franklin's career. She started off with Columbia in the early to mid sixties. Then she had her Atlantic years, maybe on as you can just tell us some of the highlights that define those periods for sure I mean, you she was first signed as really Jess artist.

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"robyn hilton" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

Pop Culture Happy Hour

02:53 min | 2 years ago

"robyn hilton" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

"What else do you have online now? So we have the list of two hundred Sohn's. We have places where you constrain the songs, hear them all online, an essays, kind of about why we did the series, why we did it the way that we did and what it represents about women's music. In the twentieth century, we can't wrap up the show without playing what came in. Number one on the list. Right. I mean, we should. We should go out on on it because it was for me again. Like I just wasn't thinking of the list of the same way you were initially, and you've obviously put a lot more thought. I have, but I was very surprised to see what came in at number one. I was surprised to as a as someone who voted. I voted for this on, but I did not think it would come in at number one. But the number one song on the list is m. I as paper planes. It got votes from a huge percentage of our voters. I think there were just a ton of people who are participating in turning the tables who thought we can't make a list of the greatest songs by women of the twenty century without having paper planes on there. And so it rose right to number one. There was never a moment where where it wasn't going to be number one. I mean sometimes in this like this might be a tiebreaker and the number two song maps by the, yes, certainly got a lot of oats. But yeah, paper planes was the clear front runner. And I'll say this, I am. I is a controversial artists. You know, she's in her career has been up and down, but paper planes contains so much that the twenty first century pop is and is at its best, right? You know, it's a woman's voice at the front. It's. Very internationalist and its attitude, it's political. It's also fun. I, it's just so many. So many things that when I think of music now I think of that end, you know, just the hook like who can resist, we'll go out on aid paper planes. Thanks so much an powers, Melissa Russo Sydney Madden. It's also considered. I'm Robyn Hilton. Catch me. Vicky, catch me. We want to win. Mr. We want to win. Five. Hey, it's guy-roger here and on the latest Ted radio hour had a talk about death. Candidly, being able to accept that someday I will compose there is something comforting to me about that. You can find the Ted radio hour wherever you listen to podcasts.

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"robyn hilton" Discussed on All Songs Considered

All Songs Considered

07:01 min | 2 years ago

"robyn hilton" Discussed on All Songs Considered

"Support for NPR and the following message come from carmax carmax makes it easy to sell your car by providing free vehicle appraisals with actual ridden offers not estimates to learn more and schedule your free appraisal, visit carmax dot com. Have you Freddie everyone from NPR music and all songs considered? I'm Robyn Hilton. It is July twenty. Seventh and we're doing a quick run through the essential albums out today. I'm joined by an powers in Nashville. Hey, an Hello rabbit. And Stephen Thompson here in DC, hey, man could be here and we kick this week's new music Friday off with the singer. Israel Nash and his album lifted. So. Now I love this. Don't you feel calm and just so good. It's Israel. Nash has album is lifted and you've been on a roll of tournament onto artists that for whatever reason have not been on my radar lately and and he's one, I read that he's he's been called a Texas hill country troubadour and I have no idea what that means. But when I when I listen to this record, I heard a little bit of Neil young even a little bit of George Harrison. Yeah, definitely. Israel Nashes been around for a while. He's actually originally from the Ozarks Missouri spent some time in New York, but good number of years ago, relocated to dripping springs, Texas. The vodka Wli named town about thirty five minutes outside of Austin, and Israel Nash has a gorgeous voice, and that is what I attracted me to him. I don't know three records ago, but this record, I just I just love this the way these songs stretch out and really feel like, you know, a big view you can take in with your ears. You know, it's like the the oral equivalent of an amazing view. Yeah, this is just late summer music, right? I mean, it's just a kind of drug dreamy sprawl to get lost in. It's been nice to dig into this record a little bit more. The artist is Israel Nash. His albums lifted. Let's go to a band new ban for me. Another new for me called fantastic furniture and their self titled debut record. Is this. Two. Fantastic furniture is the band in this is their self titled debut record. And that's a funny band name with the funny spelling p. h. fantastic in f. e. for furniture, like fern the plant for furniture. This is Steven surprising one from the folk singer, Julia Jacqueline. Yeah, I, I heard Julia Jacqueline a couple years ago as she was kind of bubbling up out of Austrailia as this very languid quiet singer songwriter, you know who just, he's these very tender and spare recordings and this project fantastic furniture is not spare. It is a shambling garage rock band that she put together with some friends in Sydney, Australia, and it does a really nice job of taking her that beautiful voice that plaintiff voice and then just kind of setting it over songs that rock and just move along with with a certain energy to them. I was reading up on the band, and I saw that each member of the band is. Playing an instrument they don't usually play right. And I think you can almost feel that in the sound not that nobody can play their instruments, but just like these are people who are trying new things and having fun getting outside themselves a little bit, which is, I think, really interesting thing to do when you're as early in your career, Julia Jacqueline is and get a little mid sqi vibe from the vocals and how the vocals combined with that slightly noisier arrangement. I read Julia Jacqueline said of this project. She said she didn't want over think it when waking music. And she said, I just wanted to know what it's like to make people feel good in dance, like. Like like, she's never known what this station. But I've never since joy. The band is fantastic furniture, and that is their self titled record debut record. Fantastic furniture, new mention mid sqi, and I've got another band I think is going to make you think of mid ski. The band is called thin lips and they have a new record out called chosen family. I remember having a dream about a naked woman and I ran down stairs crying, think of gay.

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"robyn hilton" Discussed on All Songs Considered

All Songs Considered

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"robyn hilton" Discussed on All Songs Considered

"Away but she had also just started a brand new relationship and that's such a complicated space to be in right the loss of light but also the forging of new life and in these songs can hear her push poll against all this things and in the sun that listened to right now must be away there's just a beautiful lyric that i have to share the blues are so black and my heart an empty shape that i can't recognize before my eyes and she hits you pretty hard with these lists but the way that she warbles them has just kind of dixit in a little bit deeper but one of the things i love that she does on this record is she does find a way the record ends on a on a hopeful note but more than that i think she comes to realize that she and her mother were made of each other and she even says on one of the songs that she realizes now she will always carry her with her this is such a gorgeous becker at i highly recommend seeking it out and that record is argonaut a our geo in a u t a argonaut from aisha burns and large you'll be back a little bit later in the show to talk about an album that couldn't be more different than this one and we still have a few other releases to get through but first let's take a short break and we'll be right back this message comes from npr sponsor indeed when it comes to hiring you don't have time to waste you need help getting your shortlist of candidates fast with indeed posted job in minutes set up screener questions then zero in on qualified candidates and when you need to hire fast accelerate your results with sponsored jobs new users can try for free when you sign up at indeed dot com slash npr podcast terms conditions and quality standards apply i'm robyn hilton from also considered its new music friday and we're doing a quick run through some of the best albums out on may twenty fifth we start the second half of our show off with the band churches and the al.

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"robyn hilton" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"robyn hilton" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"And died or straits yeah it was but it got the show got a lot of positive press for it was it helps the show and because you know it was people people appreciated that we were able to make fun of our articulation in such a in such a painfully honest way even more with robert smuggle coming up here's a fact about him he already knows what he wants his tombstone to say find out after a quick break it's bullseye for maximum fun dot org and npr support for this npr podcast and the following message come from ziprecruiter are you hiring every business needs great people hand a better way to find them something better than posting your job on line and waiting for the right people to see ziprecruiter can help their technology identifies people with the right experience and invites them to apply to your job try it for free at ziprecruiter dot com slash bullseye ziprecruiter the smartest way to hire phila music nerds i'm robyn hilton with all songs considered one of the hosts of npr's music discovery podcast each week we geek out over our favorite new songs and artists and play loads of music for you to fall in love with here all songs considered in the npr one app or wherever you listen to podcasts it's bullseye i'm jesse thorn my guest is roberts michael he's a veteran writer from saturday night live conan the dana carvey show and of course he is the voice and creator of triumph the insult comic dog you just wrote and directed a new movie it's called the week of its out now on net flicks i wanna talk about triumph the insult comic dog the beloved character that will follow you to your grave yes i always tell people that my to tombstone will read this is this is a lovely tombstone for me to poop on.

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"robyn hilton" Discussed on All Songs Considered

All Songs Considered

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"robyn hilton" Discussed on All Songs Considered

"The band is belly the record is called dove and this is really an unexpected reunion by the spanned and one stephen they really pull off yeah belly used to be my answer to the question name banned from the nineties that has never tried to come back now i have no one left twenty three years have passed between belly's second and then last album king and for the grown adults walking the planet who weren't even alive when that last came out tell us quickly who belly is belly is a pop rock band famous in the early nineties for a couple of songs like feed the tree just beautiful sparkly pop song so led by tanya donnelly who was a founding member early member of the bands throwing muses and the breeders so she is integral to a lot of really seminal late eighties early nineties indie rock and i like the way this record feels lived in it's still is recognizably belly but it's not trying to duplicate the sound of kind of belly's first couple of records it's just nice to have this band back but to have them not necessarily trying to sound like they've always sounded good times for women at midlife we've had the breeders come back we've had belly combat chris and hershiser still making great music for women at midlife from belly the record is dove and a reminder to see a list of the records that we talked about on the show today just check out the description for this podcast episode you can also go to npr dot org slash all songs you can hear full versions of the songs we featured from these records and a whole lot of other great songs in the new music friday playlist from impure music good npr dot org slash spotify or open the spotify app and search for npr music and powers nashville thank you thank you and stephen thompson always a pleasure to be here for all songs considered an npr music i'm robyn hilton have a great weekend be well and listen to a lot of great music.

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all songs considered - shakey graves

All Songs Considered

00:24 sec | 2 years ago

all songs considered - shakey graves

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"robyn hilton" Discussed on All Songs Considered

All Songs Considered

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"robyn hilton" Discussed on All Songs Considered

"A stronger person i feel like that's very much the message on this record she also studied music in school and you can really hear in the music how how intricately things are layered in her sense of harmony vocal harmony is really interesting and complex archie kind of has melodies that take you to places you wouldn't totally expect and then resolve in this really beautiful way it's a really stunning listen from start to finish i think i agree i do love the honesty in this record and how you know you know that she'd be the person you call because she's going to give you the hard truth straight is like i i love how she alternately comes to terms with the kind of pain the everybody feels and incomes to recognize that it's almost this necessity in life right that understanding that it teaches us something that you know helps us find a wisdom that we may never otherwise reach i think wisdom is a pretty good thesis for a lot of what ninety is coming to in the songs halfway in the new record lavender thanks so much maria for joining us again i hope we don't have to wait too long to have you back thanks robin a reminder that if you want to see a list of the albums we just ran through just check out the podcast description for this episode you can also go to npr dot org slash all songs you can hear full versions of the songs we featured from these records and whole lot of other great releases in the new music friday playlist from impure music just go to npr dot org slash spotify or you can open the spotify app in search for npr music and for npr music and all songs considered i'm robyn hilton buell have a great weekend and listened to a lot of great music.

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"robyn hilton" Discussed on All Songs Considered

All Songs Considered

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"robyn hilton" Discussed on All Songs Considered

"Comical sense kind of throwing out a lot of different cliches and ripping them apart and as the album goes on it even starts to get darker a little yeah you know what i love about exactly yeah i love i love it too it's kinda dark humor jin gray and kwalik chris the record is everything's fine all right thanks so much runny hi thanks a lot take it easy to we've got a few more albums to get three at for this new music friday and march thirtieth but first let's take a short break and we'll be right back support for npr and the following message come from net flicks presenting daryl hannah's feature length debut film paradox paradox is a spirited tale of music and love starring neil young and lukas nelson available to stream on netflix it's new music friday from all songs considered i'm robyn hilton we're looking at the essential full albums out now for march thirtieth and up next here is betty levette and her record things have changed the no one on the and they'll be mad sydney franken stamp.

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