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Issue 27

Planet of Sound: Guy Davis, Renaissance Bluesman

By blending his diverse background and self-taught style, Guy Davis is adding his own name to the long history of blues music.

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Issue 26

Planet of Sound: …And You Shall Know Us By the Trail of Dead

Returning to their indie roots, these Austin-based art rockers are creating epic soundscapes on a recession-era budget.

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Issue 25

Planet of Sound: Charlie Hunter

Seven- and eight-string guitar virtuoso Charlie Hunter has a style that has to be heard—and seen—to be believed.

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Issue 25

Planet of Sound: Charlie Hunter

Seven- and eight-string guitar virtuoso Charlie Hunter has a style that has to be heard—and seen—to be believed.

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Issue 24

Planet of Sound: The Pains of Being Pure at Heart

These indie pop true believers are their own favorite new band. They might be yours as well.

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Issue 23

Roots Music

Picking up where her famous father left off, sitarist Anoushka Shankar is making music that’s all her own.

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Issue 23

Planet of Sound: The Bad Plus

A new collaboration with vocalist Wendy Lewis poses some compelling questions about the future music of jazz trio The Bad Plus.

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Issue 22

Planet of Sound: Noah and the Whale

Noah and the Whale have great taste in films. The band’s bittersweet pop songs aren’t bad either.

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Issue 21

Planet of Sound: D Numbers

With a potent mix of tech wizardry and old-fashioned musicianship, D Numbers is proving that some of the best music is often the hardest to define.

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Issue 20

Planet of Sound Jukebox

FLYP picks the best music from our first 20 issues.

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