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NPR Music

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TweetDeck : Today on NPR Music Live Sessions at 11:15 a.m. PST: Watch Chris and Rich Robinson from the Black Crowes reunite in the KCRW studio to mark the 30th anniversary of their debut album.

TweetDeck : For nearly two decades, Milwaukee rap was defined by a one-hit wonder. The latest #NPRSlingshot City Scenes series introduces you to some of the artists whove helped the city break out of a lengthy rap rut.

TweetDeck : What once threatened to overtake the music business died at the height of its powers: Go behind the mainstreaming of EDM and the precipitous drop that followed.

TweetDeck : Fingerpicking was the entry to guitar for Sunny War (@sunnywar). Watch her set at the #TinyDesk.

SocialFlow : Viking's Choice returns with experimental metal band Liturgy, electronic artist Katie Gately, and more.

SocialFlow : It's early November and the debates on "Baby, It's Cold Outside" have already started. Stephen Thompson went in on the matter.

SocialFlow : Watch Trash Cat perform "Straw Girl" in the CPR Performance Studio.

SocialFlow : For Alzheimer's Awareness Month, flutist Eugenia Zukerman has released a book called 'Like Falling Through a Cloud: A Lyrical Memoir' about her struggles with cognitive difficulties.

SocialFlow : Jeanine Basinger's new book 'The Movie Musical!' traces the history and legacy of Hollywood musicals. ://

SocialFlow : Gabriela Ortiz's new work is named for a 16th century liberator of slaves in Veracruz.

SocialFlow : Leslie Odom Jr. delivered a glowing Tiny Desk performance of songs off his latest album 'Mr.'

TweetDeck : In a new guest DJ session, Joan Shelley talks about her latest album, 'Like the River Loves the Sea,' and shares songs by artists who have inspired her over the years, including Bonnie "Prince" Billy and June Tabor.

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TweetDeck : One of Mexico's most renowned classical composers, Gabriela Ortiz's 'Yanga' was commissioned by Gustavo Dudamel and the Los Angeles Philharmonic. But the composer says getting her music into the concert hall hasn't always been easy.