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29 Mar 2017 // 12:00 PM

Honoring Jimi Hendrix, One Solo at a Time

Jimi Hendrix was only 27 when he died in 1970, but his stratospheric impact still reverberates throughout the rock ranks.

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29 Mar 2017 // 11:41 AM

Jenny Hval Finds Vitality, Musicality in Blood

Jenny Hval: "These songs now represent resistance, the lives that are invisible to the mainstream. And blood can be transformed into tears.”

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29 Mar 2017 // 11:35 AM

Hits Disprove a Hollywood Myth That Black Films Don’t Do Well Overseas

“Black films don’t sell if the studios and marketing people aren’t putting forth the right type of muscle to platform and position those films overseas,” says Gil Robertson, president of the African American Film Critics Assn.

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29 Mar 2017 // 11:01 AM

Gorillaz - “Saturnz Barz (Spirit House)” (Singles Going Steady)

It's been a while since we heard from Gorillaz; this is a very solid way to return.

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29 Mar 2017 // 10:23 AM

Rodney Crowell - “Nashville 1972” (Singles Going Steady)

Backed primarily by sparse acoustic guitar, "Nashville 1972" is a lovely country/folk number that recalls Crowell's salad days.

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Dolly Spartans - “It’s Not Easy” (audio) (premiere)

New York quartet explores loss, change on new EP and new track.

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Shiny Wet Machine - “Euphoria” (audio) (premiere)

Sizzy Rocket and Alex Fitts are Shiny Wet Machine and this is "Euphoria".

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Matchbox Twenty and Counting Crows Tour This Summer + Coney Island Photos

Buddies Rob Thomas and Adam Duritz get their bands together this summer for "A Brief History of Everything Tour 2017" and the pairing is a lot of fun.

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Left Lane Cruiser - “Claw Machine Wizard” (audio) (premiere)

Blues-based Indiana duo Left Lane Cruiser offers up title track from latest LP.

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The Neal Morse Band - “MacArthur Park” (video) (premiere)

Neal Morse never takes a task lightly, as evidenced by this clip from the new audio/visual package Morsefest 2015.

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Trevor Noah on the Biracial Divide

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"The indelible experiences of Trevor Noah's past have been parlayed into his memoir, Born a Crime, a history of a life living under racial divide.

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