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Artists featured on the best music of October episode (from top left, clockwise): Maral, Open Mike Eagle, Natalia Lafourcade, Víkingur Ólafsson, Plains. Courtesy of the artists hide caption

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NPR's favorite music of October, from ancestral grooves to hip-hop nostalgia

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Holly Herndon: How AI can transform your voice

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Renaissance, Beyoncé's seventh full-length solo album, mines a liberating history of dance music, from Donna Summer-sampling disco to modern Chicago house. Carlijn Jacobs/Via Parkwood Entertainment hide caption

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NPR's favorite music of July, from thundering pop to ecstatic electronics

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