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Stuck Together Stuck Together Hotel Congress celebrates Xmas in July with a group known for chaotic performances July 14, 2011
Fest Freak! Fest Freak! A no-hyperbole weekend of mad sonics, from Burger Records to Reigning Sound November 03, 2016
Double Threat Double Threat Blistering licks and soaring vocals have Megafauna's Dani Neff pushing the boundaries of rock 'n' roll July 11, 2013
Doing Something Good Doing Something Good Jackson Browne, Alice Cooper and other music all-stars join forces to promote civility and respect March 03, 2011
John Butler Trio: Heart Music John Butler Trio: Heart Music Flesh & Blood gets to John Butler’s song writing heart June 25, 2015
A Record of Many Colors A Record of Many Colors Carlos Arzate branches out in different sonic directions on the adventurous Camaleón April 05, 2018

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