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Sudan Archives Isn’t Your Average Violinist

When Sudan Archives left Cincinnati, Ohio to follow her dreams, she traveled light. She brought just a few outfits, and her violin. The daughter of a preacher, the musician grew up attending church several times a week, which perhaps made her leap of faith towards the City of Angels a little easier. 1,089 more words

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Miguel's silky-smooth voice captivates at this year's Sound in Focus series opener

By Rochelle Shipman //

Sound in Focus: Miguel with Gabriel Garzón-Montano //
Annenberg Space for Photography – Los Angeles
July 23rd, 2016 //

KCRW kicked off their annual Sound in Focus concert series last Saturday, bringing plenty of R&B grooves to the Annenberg Space for Photography. 135 more words


Album of the Day: Washed Out, “Mister Mellow”

It’s been nearly four years since Ernest Greene released Paracosm, his sophomore album as Washed Out. On its nine tracks, the Georgia musician—known for his hazy electro-pop—pushed himself to become a better songwriter. 284 more words

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SONG OF THE DAY Jonti - Rain

Jonti Danilewitz, aka Jonti, is an Australian electronic and alternative hip hop record producer and songwriter (if, like me, you are unfamiliar with him) who has returned after a five-year break with a brand new song. 137 more words


Gabriel Garzón-Montano 'My Balloon'

After a successful release of his Stones Throw debut, Jardin, it’s obvious that Gabriel Garzón-Montano‘s sensual reaction when crafting anything has led to silk gold. 299 more words

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Vex Ruffin’s New Album Is About Being Bored At Work

When Vex Ruffin dropped his self-titled debut album on Stones Throw in 2013, the optimism and euphoria that usually comes with releasing a record was quickly quashed. 1,332 more words

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