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New Mix: Better Oblivion Community Center, Bellows, Duster & More

On this week's show: new music from Connor Oberst and Phoebe Bridgers who collaborate on a new project they're calling Better Oblivion Community Center, trance guitar from the Saharan region and more.

On this edition of I'm joined by Marissa Lorusso, our Tiny Desk Contest leader and also a critical contributor to NPR Music's project.

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