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Shy Girls and Culver Provide Warmth for Perfect Park

With a Lorde-like hand motion, Vidmar from Shy Girls truly immersed himself in the essence of atmospheric music.
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BADBADNOTGOOD Bring a Spectacular Show

Although BBNG may be characterized as a jazz band, the boundaries of their sound do not by any means fall within the traditional confines of jazz as a genre.
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Tracks of the Month: February 2017

Grown up Fairy Tales dates back to Acid Rap, originally for big brother Chance the Rapper himself, but Taylor Bennett takes it and features his brother as well as Jeremih.
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Kamasi Washington is a Jazz Legend in the Making

Deep bonds formed through trust, friendship and family make better jazz than anything that the most talented strangers could create.
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Postmodern Jukebox Brings Charm to Arlington

The stage lit up with a flaming, passionate red, and the musicians of Scott Bradlee's Postmodern Jukebox (PMJ) took the stage in their first-ever show in Santa Barbara.
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Grammys Pay Tribute to Past and Present

No matter how small an artist starts, they can reach the height of their craft.
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Yuja Wang and Company Take Granada By Storm

The audience filed back in and the two virtuosos re-emerged, Kavakos unchanged and Wang now draped in a slinky, subdued green evening dress.
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Six Songs About Girls: A Valentine’s Day Playlist

Sugar, spice and everything nice.
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The Friday Review: Process by Sampha

Sampha has been featured in tracks by Kanye, Beyoncé, Frank Ocean and Drake, yet hadn’t released a full debut album of his own until this week’s Process.
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The Friday Review: CULTURE by Migos

The brilliant X factor in this group’s success is the Migos’ conscious realization of their influence in spaces that transcend music.
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Elephante Brings Dreamy Beats to the HUB

The energy was already high nearly an hour before Elephante came on, and the Hub filled up quickly for the sold-out show.
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Switchfoot and Relient K Rock the Arlington

Energy surged through the crowd as fans of both groups moved and sung along to new songs and favorite hits alike.
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The Atomics Are a Blast from the Past

Not only are these siblings taking the music industry by storm, but also the modeling world.
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Tracks of the Month: January 2017

At the end of each calendar month, Artsweek takes a look at new tracks that stood out and made a place in our playlists.
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The Friday Review: I See You by the xx

For fans of the xx’s previous work, this album keeps their atmospheric instrumentation and their oft-touched themes of love and loneliness.
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