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Safe & Sound: A Celebration Of Vermont Music, ep. 31

Two unclothed people stand on a wooden dock near a pond with the words, "censored by robots" covered their backsides.
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Calais-based producer and musician Peg Tassey and daughter Audrey Tassey Ayer stand at their dock's edge. Tassey enlisted local artists to create music videos for the first single from an upcoming album, "Queen Of Flowers."

This episode of Safe & Sound features new tracks from Moonwake (Josh Weinstein’s project when he isn’t playing bass with Kat Wright) and Chipmunk Economy, the Brattleboro-area band that got back together after 10 years to create 10 new songs. Plus we'll get a behind-the-scenes look and listen into Peg Tassey’s new single, “Winter Comes,” complete with sounds of loons and crunching snow and ice.

Glorious Leader - Green Mountain Sun

Dwight & Nicole - The Next Go-Round

Moonwake - Kumiho

Myra Flynn - Shut Up & Kiss Me

Trey Anastasio and Page McConnell - Wingsuit

Jenny Jaron - Accumulate

John Townsend - The Storm

Omega Jade - Miss Simone

Marcie Hernandez - Winter

99 Neighbors - Champion (reprise)

Derek O'Kanos - So It Goes

Peg Tassey - Winter Comes

Robscure - Work In Progress

Richard Ruane and Beth Duquette - Ellie Brown

Chipmunk Economy - Listless

Steve Hartmann - You Are

Safe & Sound has support from Patrick's World's Finest Granola.

Mary Williams Engisch is a local host on All Things Considered, Weekend Edition Saturday and Weekend Edition Sunday.