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Vintage Cafe: Alabama Shakes

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Hear the rock 'n' roll quartet perform its enthusiastic, soulful songs live in the studio.

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Perfume Genius: A 'Creepy, Beautiful Mix'

The Seattle songwriter covers unsettling topics, including teen suicide and his own mother's experience with sexual abuse.

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