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Issue 19

Planet of Sound: Liam Finn

Songwriter Liam Finn is making a name for himself without his famous father’s help—or even a backing band.

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Issue 18

Born to the Blues

Rory Block plucks the world’s heartstrings with rocketing performances of the Mississippi Delta blues.

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Issue 18

Planet of Sound: Mark Oliver Everett

In his new memoir, Eels songwriter Mark Oliver Everett reveals the pain and joy of a life in music.

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Issue 17

Planet of Sound: Medeski Martin & Wood

With their three-part project, Radiolarians, the members of the jazz trio Medeski Martin & Wood continue to ignore trends and go where the music takes them.

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Issue 16

Planet of Sound: Out of Africa

By blending traditional African instruments with rock and zydeco, Toubab Krewe has created an international sound that’s all their own.

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Blog: FLYP Notes
As the title suggests, legendary jazz pianist McCoy Tyner’s recently released CD/DVD album, Guitars, feature …
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Issue 15

Planet of Sound: Jennifer O’Connor

With simple yet beautiful songwriting, this singer-songwriter quietly keeps hope alive on her new album, Here With Me.

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Issue 14

Planet of Sound: The Duke Spirit

English indie-soul rockers The Duke Spirit endured broken bones and label drama to come back stronger than ever.

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Issue 13

Planet of Sound: A Lifetime in the Making

After 20 years apart, siblings Chris and Oliver reunited to form The Wood Brothers. Now, audiences nationwide are reaping the fruits of their reunion.

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Issue 12

Planet of Sound: Tilly and the Wall

Aided by Omaha’s premier producer, Tilly and the Wall grow up just enough on their third album.

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