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Inside Track helps you learn about up-and-coming musicians through insight and storytelling surrounding their songs. Listen to the most recent episode below, and subscribe to be notified when new episodes are posted.
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The folk trio released its sophomore album earlier this year.
The Canadian rock quartet's originally had a much different plan for its seventh album.
The long-running Memphis band revamps its sound and lyrics on its ninth album.
On ‘Good Thing,’ the young singer-songwriter takes his music in new directions.
Pennsylvania artist Kiley Lotz's new album is split into two parts: Songs she wrote before psychological treatment, and songs she wrote in recovery.
The Baltimore band released its critically-acclaimed debut album last month.
The New York musician's debut album has a retro sound inspired by '50s doo-wop music.
The Portland band tries out different sounds and genres on its seventh album.
After two years of nonstop touring, the Spanish band sings about the less glamorous side of the musician lifestyle on its sophomore album.
The New York indie band's new album is an explicitly political commentary on the current state of the U.S.
The Denver band released the "Lies" EP earlier this year.
The third album from synth-pop artist Aaron Maine pays tribute to the New York City apartment where he created it.
The alternative music pioneers brought back their Dial-A-Song hotline to promote their 20th album, "I Like Fun."
The Denver soul-rock octet this month released "Tearing At The Seams," the follow-up to its gold-selling debut album.
The Australian rocker's 2017 LP was one of the most exciting debut records of the year.
Merrill Garbus sings about racism, white privilege and climate change on the experimental duo's fourth album.
The singer and poet set out to give a more balanced depiction of her hometown on her debut LP.
The New York duo's new album comes after a much-needed break from touring and recording.
Mackenzie Scott wrote the core of her third album during long walks through New York City.
The Nashville singer-songwriter's third album follows "Saturnine," her first volume of poetry.
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