Music

Mountain Stage
1:14 pm
Tue October 9, 2012

David Lindley On Mountain Stage

Studio Sessions
1:03 pm
Tue October 9, 2012

Maret Makes His Way On The Harmonica

On his self-titled debut, Gregoire Maret collaborates with Raul Midon, Marcus Miller and Cassandra Wilson.
Ingrid C. Hertfelder Courtesy of the artist

Originally published on Fri October 12, 2012 10:23 am

Over the past decade, Swiss musician Gregoire Maret has redefined the role of the harmonica in modern jazz. After cutting his teeth as a sideman for some the biggest names in jazz, he's now taken center stage as a bandleader.

Here, Maret talks with NPR's Neal Conan about recording his self-titled debut album, building a following for the jazz harmonica and making the transition from sideman to headliner.


Interview Highlights

On how he got his start

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Music Interviews
11:54 am
Tue October 9, 2012

Muse: Arena-Sized Entropy On 'The 2nd Law'

Muse's Matthew Bellamy includes the heartbeat of his son in utero on the song, "Follow Me."
AFP/Getty Images

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All Songs Considered Blog
11:48 am
Tue October 9, 2012

RSVP Now: Flying Lotus, Death Grips, Buke & Gase And More In NYC

Flying Lotus, Death Grips and Buke & Gase.

Originally published on Wed October 17, 2012 9:51 am

Here's a pretty incredible night of music: Flying Lotus, Death Grips and (we're happy to announce) Buke & Gase, all on one stage at (Le) Poisson Rouge in NYC. It's also your chance to meet us. NPR Music is coming together with WNYC's Soundcheck during the CMJ Music Marathon for this show on Wednesday, Oct.

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The Mix
11:47 am
Tue October 9, 2012

The Mix: Your Guide To CMJ 2012

The CMJ Music Marathon is exactly that: a marathon, not a sprint. Prepare for a week that will look pretty much like this.
Christopher Parks NPR

Originally published on Mon October 22, 2012 7:46 am

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The annual CMJ Music Marathon is exactly that — a marathon, not a sprint. As hundreds of bands from all over the world descend on New York City in the middle of October, it's easy to feel like you have to see as many of them as quickly as you possibly can.

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