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Music News: Symbiosis Gathering Releases Music Schedule for “Family Tree” Event (September 22-25, 2016)

Gramatik, Beats Antique, Santigold, RL Grime, and FKA Twigs headline Symbiosis Gathering 2016 at Woodward Reservoir Regional Park near Oakdale, California on September 22-25, 2016.

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Can’t Turn It Off: The Nu Shooz Interview, Part 1

Between 1982 and 2016, Nu Shooz recorded six LPs and an EP. Their most recent effort, 'Bagtown' (2016, NSO Music), is the culmination of much musical study in understanding the distance and intimacy between pop and R&B. Both Valerie Day and John Smith discuss the birth of Nu Shooz, their biggest hit "I Can't Wait" and more in this exclusive interview with Blogcritics!

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Symbiosis Gathering Announces Performance Series Lineup for ‘Family Tree’ Event (Sept. 22-25)

Vau de Vire Society and Tourettes Without Regrets are among the confirmed performance artists at this year's Symbiosis Gathering at Woodward Reservoir Regional Park near Oakdale.

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Can’t Turn It Off: The Nu Shooz Interview, Part 2

Between 1982 and 2016, Nu Shooz recorded six LPs and an EP. Their most recent effort, 'Bagtown' (2016, NSO Music), is the culmination of much musical study in understanding the distance and intimacy between pop and R&B. Both Valerie Day and John Smith discuss the birth of Nu Shooz, their biggest hit "I Can't Wait" and more in this exclusive interview with Blogcritics!

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Interview: Quentin Harrison, Author of ‘Record Redux: Spice Girls’

'While it's true that they knew how to market themselves and work within the industry machine, creative substance was always there at the surface and beyond.'

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Many Happy Returns: ABC (The Band) in Focus, Part 1

Led by Martin Fry, ABC's 'The Lexicon of Love' (1982) was an instant sensation. To mark ABC’s upcoming release, this overview will give context to 'The Lexicon of Love II,' the arc of their musical canon, and prove that ABC is well beyond mere 1980s nostalgia.

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