Ian MacKaye, co-founder of Dischord Records and the bands Fugazi and Minor Threat, and Amy Farina, formerly of The Warmers, form The Evens. Their third album together is called The Odds. Charles Previtire/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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The Evens: The Power Of Turning Down The Volume

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Full Concert: Fugazi Live In Amsterdam, 1999

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Fugazi's Ian MacKaye is releasing every performance his band ever did, and listeners can name their price. Mito Habe-Evans/NPR hide caption

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Steady Diet Of Everything: The Fugazi Live Vault

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Fugazi And The Freedom From Conformity

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