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We Are Family

It’s strange to think that at one point in history, specifically 1979, that “We Are Family” by Sister Sledge was a new dance song. People had never heard about the singers having “all my sisters with me.” It wa...
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CU Hip Hop

Like any genre of music, the arc of hip-hop’s history can be traced with predictability: beginning with the underground efforts of a few good men and eventually shifting into the mainstream spotlight before ine...
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Organic indie rock duo wraps up tour

Casados: welcome to indie rock's organic side. The husband and wife duo of Nic and Heather Dillon bring a side to indie that's easy on the ears. Just releasing their first album, Passages, the two are wrappin...
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Parasol’s Top Ten

1. Parsons, Gram & The Flying Burrito Brothers "Gram Parsons Archive, Vol. 1" (Amoeba) 2. Club 8 "The Boy Who Couldn't Stop Dreaming" (Labrador) 3. Lloyd, Richard "The Radiant Monkey" (Parasol) 4...
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Ain’t No Party Like The After Party

When you're done listening to local music so the center can raise money to free the world from mainstream media's control, head over Sunday night to the hip-hop after party. The lineup is packed with artists t...