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Illustrator Jelmer Noordeman's rendering of a real-life creature: the venomous, nocturnal solenodon.
July 6, 2012 The latest album from Brooklyn musician Michael Hearst (best known as a member of One Ring Zero) was inspired by the misfits of the natural world.
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October 5, 2006 Legends Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys; Remembering Piedmont picker Etta Baker; Croatian mandolin player Miroslav Evacic; Winnipeg folk-pop singer Christine Fellows; Brooklyn acoustic rocker J. DiMenna; Literary rock from One Ring Zero; Punk meets god in mewithoutyou; Get your blood sucked out by Viva Voce.
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July 12, 2004 Members Michael Hearst and Joshua Camp talk about their new CD, As Smart as We Are, which is a blend of literature and music. Each track is written by a different author, including Paul Auster and Margaret Atwood.
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