10 Songs NPR Can’t Stop Playing

Heavy Rotation: 10 Songs Public Radio Can’t Stop Playing :excerptend tags: :end keyword: *NPR Heavy Rotation Series, NPR Public Radio, :start status: draft date: October , 2013

http://media.npr.org/assets/img/2013/09/06/rapsody_fisdj-32_wide-3df868357b56539cd22920f6ffc502ee1bbf6182-s40-c85.jpg #eimg2# * Every month, NPR features great new sounds from exceptional music artists ranging from Portland indie-folk orchestras, African legends, to French bands ready to take on America. Here are 10 songs onthe September Heavy Rotation at NPR Public Radio (NPR.org): 1. Rapsody, “Dark Knights” 2. San Fermin, “Sonsick” 3. Laura Veirs, “That Alice” 4. Typhoon, “Dreams of Cannibalism” 5. Amanda Shires, ‘bulletproof’ 6. Mulatu Astatke, “Azmari” 7. La Femme, “Sur La Planche 2013” 8. Cloudeater, “Hollow” 9. Scout Niblett, “Second Chance Dreams” 10. David Ramirez, “The Bad Days” #eimg3# Preview and download San Fermin, Rapsody, Typhoon, Mulatu Astatke and 6 other great music tracks as recommended by NFR here: www.npr.org/2013/09/11/219767312/heavy-rotation-10-songs-public-radio-cant-stop-playing #eimg4# You might discover a great new artist or two. NOTE: They’re all great music. Just find the ones that best fit your taste. #eimg5# NPR is a thriving media organization forerunning in digital innovation. They create and distribute high-esteem news, information, and music programming to 975 independent stations. Through their network of world-class stations, NPR reaches 26 million avid listeners every single week. :excerptstart Heavy Rotation: 10 Songs Public Radio Can’t Stop Playing

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How do theatres foster engagement with the journalists

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