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New Mix: Passion Pit, Franz Ferdinand With Sparks, Killer Mike & MNDR, More
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Hosts Bob Boilen and Robin Hilton share new music from Passion Pit, Franz Ferdinand with Sparks, Killer Mike with MNDR, The Sonics and more. » E-Mail This

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Andrew Porter obituary
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Distinguished music critic and scholar who had a decisive impact on British cultural life Continue reading…

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Rihanna and Beyoncé unveil new music via Jay-Z's Tidal
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The first wave of exclusives on the streaming site have been released, while Lily Allen claims the ‘expensive’ service will lead to more piracy Continue reading…

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Nobuo Uematsu: the video game composer shaking up classical music
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The Japanese musician behind the Final Fantasy themes has become a mainstay of Classic FM’s Hall of Fame, rubbing shoulders with the greats. So what does our critic make of his work? Continue reading…

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SKRILLEX LIVE @ ULTRA MUSIC FESTIVAL 2015
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Skrilex & special guests live at Ultra Music Festival 2015 http://skrillex.com http://owsla.com.

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6 Hour Meditation Music: Relaxing Music, Soothing, Relaxation Music, Healing Music, Yoga ☯907
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YellowBrickCinema is home to the best and most effective Sleep Music, Relaxation Music, Meditation Music (including Tibetan Music and Shamanic Music), Healing Music, Study Music, Reiki Music,…

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A guide to the season's best music festivals
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Music festivals are as synonymous with summertime as backyard barbecues and umbrella-clad cocktails — and with dozens happening between now and Labor Day, there are plenty of choices to match your personal music tastes. USA TODAY's Patrick Ryan …

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Review: Philip Glass's 'Words Without Music' Tells of a Life Full of Changes …
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That is one of many revealing anecdotes in “Words Without Music,” Mr. Glass's warm, low-key and often delightful new memoir. Mr. Glass, one of the most influential and prolific composers of operas, symphonies, chamber works and film scores, is now 78.

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