Rachel Devitt

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  • 5 years ago

    Internationally themed music festivals have it tough. Like any fest, they're tasked with providing not so much a concert as an experience, but they also have to appease connoisseurs of a dizzying range of geographically and musically disparate tra...

  • 5 years ago

    Ladies and gentlemen, crushed-out tweens and cyber bullies: Let it be known that the voice of Justin Bieber, he of the carefully coiffed mop-top and lightly soulful, sweet-as-a-juice-box soprano, has finally begun to change. Call it the crack hear...

  • 6 years ago

    A bunch of American indie-rockers saunter into a bar, take up a host of continent-spanning, percussive African instruments, and start jamming out a jubilant, guitar-driven, border-hopping sound that bridges Congolese soukous, Saharan desert blues,...

  • 8 years ago

    It's symptomatic of our postmodern world that 1960s Cambodian acid-rock could produce feelings of nostalgia in twentysomething Americans. But Dengue Fever has spent the last seven years banking on just those kinds of collapsing boundaries: between...


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