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Albert Cummings: B.B.’s Blues

When tough-ass bluesman Albert Cummings hits B.B. King’s on West 42nd Street in New York City on Sunday, Sept. 13, at 7:30, all hell might break loose. If his set is half as good as his new Someone Like You (Bl...
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Swervedriver: Not Born To Lose Them

In support of their first album in nearly two decades, the British quartet Swervedriver returns to the States. Elements of kaleidoscopic indie rock and a firm shoegaze foundation constitute the group’s sophisti...
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Sharkmuffin: Fish Are Friends Not Food

CBGB may be gone, but New York City punk’s spirit remains alive and well in Sharkmuffin’s latest release, Chartreuse. Constantly shifting between straightforward rock tones, lo-fi vocals and even a bit of surf ...
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Rock The Farm: Musical Medicine

Most of us turn to music for help—whether it’s to help us glide into glorious sleep, pump up the party, or to cool us off from a rough day out. Well, hosted by CFC Loud ‘n’ Clear 501c3, the Rock The Farm music ...
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Engage: It’s All In The Name

Just take a moment and picture yourself going to a concert, where you're actually encouraged to use your smartphone. On Aug. 19, electronic music pioneer Howard Jones will be bringing his multimedia project, fi...
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