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  • BLK Vinyl

    Head east to BLK Vinyl to pick up the perfect gift for the vinyl collector in your life this holiday or help someone get started with a “starter pack,” which includes a turntable, speakers, and a discounted record bundle. BLK Vinyl specializes in used and collectible records as well as a carefully curated selection of contemporary and local artists.
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  • Amilia K. Spicer & Gurf Morlix

    Critics agree in their praise about Amilia K. Spicer. American Songwriter says her single “Harlan” is a timeless, new, Americana classic, and No Depression predicts she will be, “The next member of the Nashville royal family.” Come see Amilia and special guest, the legendary Gurf Morlix, celebrate her new album Wow & Flutter.
    Sun. Dec. 16, 3pm-5pm  
    Saxon Pub
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    Mike Gordon

    Fri., Feb. 23, 8pm 
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    Philip Glass Ensemble accompanies Koyaanisqatsi

    Composer, 81, recreates his score for 1982 celluloid collage Koyaanisqatsi.
    Fri., Feb. 23, 8pm 
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    La Cuneta Son Machin

    A cumbia take on Michael Jackson’s “Thriller”? Look no further than Nicaraguan sextet La Cuneta Son Machín. While second album Amor Fritanguero (2013) infuses folklorico with speed rap and metal, third LP Mondongo (2015) gallivants through marimba struts, guitar jangle, and carnival timbales. Next month’s SXSW showcasers are the first from their country to be nominated for a Grammy.
    Fri., Feb. 23, 8pm 
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    The Woggles, The Ugly Beats

    Retro Atlanta garage survivors go head-to-head with local genre greats.
    Fri., Feb. 23, 10pm
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    Chocolate Puma

    Dutch producers Zki & Dobre power diva vocals and 4/4 beats armed with over a decade of productions under almost as many aliases. Strobing Nineties rave influences and early Aughts house discomposure as Chocolate Puma, the duo bedazzles at Kingdom on Friday.
    Fri., Feb. 23, 10pm 
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    No Idea Festival w/ Marcus Schmickler & Thomas Lehn, Judith Hamann

    Now 15, Chris Cogburn’s No Idea Festival epitomizes improvisation. Hosted again at the Museum of Human Achievement, with weekend matinees off-site, the international gathering emphasizes collaboration between performers from different practices. Friday pairs Baltimore drummer Greg Saunier and local singer/organist Raquel Bell, succeeded by the meeting of Lehn and Schmickler, a solo set by Melbourne cellist Judith Hamann, and a trio of Tokyo saxophonist Akira Sakata, Smith, and Young Mothers drummer Stefan Gonzalez. The evening ends with the biggest ensemble of the fest: Cogburn, Rainey, Tonne, Mexico City bassist Juan García, and Baltimore electronics wizard Bonnie Jones.
    Fri., Feb. 23, 8pm 
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    Dan Auerbach & the Easy Eye Sound Revue

    Since eighth Black Keys LP Turn Blue dropped in 2014, frontman Dan Auerbach put out both Yours, Dreamily with garage hook meisters the Arcs and sophomore solo disc Waiting on a Song last year. Now, out of his analog-as-hell Easy Eye Sound Studios in Nashville, the guitarist helms an old-school soul revue showcasing not only his own the-Band-at-Stax grooves and Robert Finley’s soul/blues/gospel mash-up, but Oakland’s Shannon & the Clams, whose new Onion LP sounds like a 1963 Top 40 chart.
    Fri., Feb. 23, 7pm 
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