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Pickathon Woods Stage: Sunflower Bean

Watch the Brooklyn-based trio debut new material in the woods at Pickathon 2017.

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opbmusic's Monday Mix: David Byrne, Mt. Joy, The Shins

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

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First Listen: The Go! Team, 'Semicircle'

On its fifth album, the English band crafts a rich and playful swirl of Technicolor overdrive, suitable for rowdy keggers, children's birthday parties and just about any celebration in between.

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Watch: Typhoon Live At OPB

The band's new release, "Offerings," is a dark vision of a man losing his memory and his mind. The record is out this week. Typhoon joined us in the studio for a performance and to talk about it.

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Win Tickets To Kyle Craft At Doug Fir

Craft releases his new album, "Full Circle Nightmare," on Feb. 2 and plays at Doug Fir Lounge the same night. Enter for a chance to win tickets.

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Introducing Slingshot 2018

Portland's Haley Heynderickx is one of the artists featured in the nationwide project that aims to elevate exceptional emerging artists.

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The Weather Station: Tiny Desk Concert

One of the joys of listening to The Weather station is the tension and release in the group's enchanting music. It's what made the band's most recent album one of Bob Boilen's favorite of 2017.

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opbmusic's Monday Mix: Nilufer Yanya, Bahamas, James Hunter Six

Listen to three new songs from our broadcast: a new voice from London, warm vibes from Toronto, and a slice of classic soul.

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Howard Ivans' Smooth R&B Is The Latest In His Long Musical Evolution

The frontman for indie rock duo The Rosebuds lays down some very smooth grooves in his new album called "Beautiful Tired Bodies."

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First Listen: Typhoon, 'Offerings'

The band's fourth album, its most ominous and sonically dramatic, is also a work of brilliant storytelling about a man losing his memory.

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