Station Breaks: The Best New Songs From NPR Music Stations

Enjoy August's exciting array of new discoveries from Bernard Fowler, Neal Francis, Erin Rae and more, in a playlist curated by NPR Music stations.
Bandits on the Run began playing music together in the subways of New York City. Source: David Katzinger

NPR Music's Station Breaks is all about new discoveries, so if you're looking for a truly original set of music off the mainstream radio dial, you've found it. August's selection of tracks has something for everyone: ambient, funk, jazz, acoustic and more.

Just watch the diverse creative visions displayed in these music videos. Dhani Harrison's "Motorways (Erase It)" will leave you grinning as you join Fido on a thrilling world adventure.

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