Even if you’ve heard of the Didgeridoo, read this installment of What’s That Sound to learn more about its history and its presence in today’s music scene.
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Read all about Born Ruffians fourth full-length album “Ruff”
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Iowa City Observations is a continuing column in which I venture out into the streets of Iowa City and ask people to inspire me, as well as make probably irrelevant observations about Iowa City itself.
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Check out Kaskade’s new look into the electronic dance music scene, “Automatic.”
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Civil Twilight’s third album, Story of an Immigrant, sheds light on life, love, and moving forward. (photo via: valslist.com)
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