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Faster Than Sound: Kendra Sells, Unlimited: The BluMoon Singer’s Solo Debut, A Panel Of Music Supervisors, And More Music News – Music

When the Austin musician Kendra sells shared his new solo work with a friend, they suggested the description “club punk”. It is a suitable encapsulation of Everything in your head, an exploratory dance of distorted guitars, anarchic structures and magnetic rhythms anchored in Sells’ vocal expertise. Released with Richmond’s Quiet …

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The Engelwood Soweto exchange with Ernest Dawkins

The Englewood-Soweto Exchange is a collaborative exchange project led by internationally renowned saxophonist and composer Ernest Dawkins. (Provided) Every now and then a jazz project emerges with the intention of linking the narrative to music and migration across the vast oceans that surround us. The history of the Black Atlantic …

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Shall we dance? The Pacific Dance Festival 2021 goes national!

Entering fully into the limelight as Aotearoa’s national organization for Pacific dance artists, the Pacific dance festival hits the road in 2021 – expanding to four venues around Auckland in June and visiting arts festivals across the country with their world-class performances this year. Continuing their broad commitment to the …

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Fun Reasons to Go Out and Go Out: Under the Big Top

HUDSON VALLEY, NY – Pandemic restrictions continue to be relaxed across the region, allowing a small audience to once again attend films, stage performances, exhibitions and concerts. Here are some of the best reasons to get out of the house to see a show. Safety remains the top priority, which …

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MTSU to attend Murfreesboro JazzFest on May 1

Fresh off their first live performance of the year and celebrating the release of a new CD, MTSU‘Stop student jazz band will be part of the annual Murfreesboro conference JazzFest, located in the city center Saturday May 1. the MTSU Jazz Ensemble I will happen at 3 p.m. on May …

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