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Nick Delffs Live At OPB


The Boise-based songwriter has been a longtime fixture in Northwest music. His new album, "Redesign," is about reinventing yourself from the inside out.

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Nick Delffs Live At OPB

The Boise-based songwriter has been a longtime fixture in Northwest music. His new album, "Redesign," is about reinventing yourself from the inside out.

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Song Premiere: Jenny Don't and the Spurs - 'Santa Please Bring Him Home'

It's a new holiday song with a classic country sound to add to your wintertime playlist.

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King Krule: Tiny Desk Concert

King Krule, the musical project of English singer, songwriter and rapper, Archy Marshall, brings its twisted, woozy tones to the Tiny Desk.

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opbmusic's Monday Mix: L.A. Salami, Ty Segall, Brandi Carlile

Listen to three new songs we're featuring on the opbmusic broadcast this week.

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Alvvays Chat About New Album, Harrassment On The Road

The band talk about their critically acclaimed sophomore release, their love of Nova Scotian rock, and a recent incident of sexual harassment on the road.

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Come To opbmusic's Session With Typhoon

The Portland collective plays from their upcoming release, "Offerings," at our studio Dec. 15. RSVP to get free tickets.

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Christian Scott's 'Stretch Music' Is Unmistakably His

The New Orleans-born artist calls his work "stretch music" rather than jazz, but his ability to draw together disparate musical traditions connects him to one of jazz's greatest players, Miles Davis.

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Moses Sumney: Tiny Desk Concert

The Los-Angeles-based force of nature, one of the most inspired talents of today, shows off a spontaneous side at (and around) the Tiny Desk.

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Video Premiere: Mo Troper - 'Your Brand'

Watch the new video from the Portland power pop musician. His album, "Exposure & Response," is out now.

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Long Play: The National - 'Boxer'

The Brooklyn, NY rock band play in Portland on Monday, Nov. 27. We're celebrating the 10 year anniversary of their breakout record by playing from it all day throughout the opbmusic broadcast.

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First Listen: Wilco, 'Being There: Deluxe Edition' (Bonus Disc)

A collection of outtakes, alternates and demos from 1996 captures the point where one of America's great underdog bands began to come into its own.

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The National's 2007 opbmusic Session

The band's masterful 2007 recording "Boxer" has aged as one of the decade's best albums: atmospheric, distressed and cathartic. We recorded this intimate session with the National during their 2007 tour.

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First Listen: Sufjan Stevens, 'The Greatest Gift'

Stevens' new mixtape recontextualizes and remixes songs from 2015's gorgeous Carrie & Lowell, while weaving in four unreleased outtakes that fit its sonic template.

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Phoebe Bridgers Live At OPB

The LA songwriter plays songs from her moving and darkly funny debut album, 'Stranger In The Alps.'

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Pickathon Woods Stage: Courtney Marie Andrews

Watch Courtney Marie Andrews perform a beautiful country folk song called 'Irene' on the Woods Stage.

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opbmusic's Monday Mix: Kyle Craft, Adia Victoria, Mimicking Birds

Listen to three new songs we're featuring on the opbmusic broadcast this week.

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Benjamin Booker: Tiny Desk Concert

Benjamin Booker has a deeply tender voice that, at times, can feel like a whisper But it always cuts to the heart.

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Gaelynn Lea Live At OPB

The winner of the 2016 NPR Tiny Desk Concert Contest stops by our studios to play new songs and chat with OPB's Jerad Walker.

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Win Tickets To Jamila Woods At Holocene

The Chicago artist and poet has a velvety voice in the tradition of Erykah Badu. She plays at Holocene Dec. 4.

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Public Service Broadcasting Digs A Little Deeper On 'Every Valley'

The British rock band, famous for using archival audio to build complex history-themed concept albums, tackles the rise and decline of the Welsh coal industry.

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