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  • They Might Be Giants
  • They Might Be Giants

    How reviving the years-gone Dial-a-Song revitalized They Might Be Giants
      In 1983, long before They Might Be Giants blossomed into a beloved indie-pop institution, their nascent career was briefly derailed—after only their third show—by twin misfortunes ...
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  • Public Service Broadcasting
  • Public Service Broadcasting

    Space is the place for British duo Public Service Broadcasting
      Public Service Broadcasting makes old things new again. The pseudonymous British duo—multi-instrumentalist J. Willgoose Esq. and drummer Wrigglesworth—use archival film as a departure point for their songwriting, ...
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  • St. Paul & the Broken Bones
  • St. Paul & the Broken Bones

    Gritty soul septet St. Paul & the Broken Bones stay rooted in sweet home Alabama
      Paul Janeway lost the bet. In mid-November, St. Paul & the Broken Bones, the electrifying soul band Janeway fronts, were slated to play a two-night stand at the Alabama Theatre in their hometown of Birmingham, Ala.
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  • Mark Kozelek
  • Mark Kozelek

    Veteran singer-songwriter Mark Kozelek is worth misunderstanding
      In February 2014, not long after the release of his devastating and achingly gorgeous Sun Kil Moon LP Benji, Mark Kozelek was asked by Seattle Times rock critic Charlie Zaillian what he thought people most misunderstood about him.
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  • Homeboy Sandman
  • Homeboy Sandman

    NYC rapper keeps it real by staying true to himself
      By his own admission, Homeboy Sandman doesn't slot easily into the greater landscape of hip-hop.
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  • Sturgill Simpson
  • Sturgill Simpson

    The Nashville outsider isn't trying to save country music, but he might anyway
      The profiles all begin the same way: Sturgill Simpson is here to save country music.
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  • Death From Above 1979
  • Death From Above 1979

    Canadian punk duo finds life after death
      In 2011, Jesse Keeler got an e-mail from his former Death From Above 1979 bandmate. It took him a little by surprise: He and Sebastien Grainger hadn't spoken in the five years since Death From Above flamed out at the height of its career ...
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  • RJD2
  • RJD2

    Hip-hop producer and musician expands his creative scope by ditching sampling
      RJ Krohn arrived with a bang. Deadringer, his 2002 debut as RJD2 for seminal post-millennial independent hip-hop label Definitive Jux, was a herald, a continent-wide swath of cinematic scope and subterranean grit ...
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Public Service Broadcasting Public Service Broadcasting Space is the place for British duo Public Service Broadcasting March 25, 2015

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