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Pharrell Williams On Juxtaposition And Seeing Sounds

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Jason Bentley Interviews Cut Copy

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Yuna doesn't just make music but also runs a fashion boutique where she sells funky but modest clothes. Autumn de Wilde hide caption

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Muslim Pop Star Yuna Climbs The U.S. Charts

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Chronixx is one of the biggest new artists in reggae, as well as part of a younger generation of Jamaican musicians who give old-school sounds a fresh take. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Jamaica's Hottest New-School Reggae Artists Return To Roots

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One of the most influential electronic producers in the world, Giorgio Moroder has been back in the spotlight in 2013. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Giorgio Moroder On Dance Music's Present And Future

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Pianist Marcus Roberts, who is blind, hadn't worked with Wynton Marsalis for two decades before his latest slate of recordings. John Douglas/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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'Together Again' With Wynton Marsalis, 20 Years Later

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Hear Stephen Holden On 'Song Travels'

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In his music, Josh Garrels says, he tries to "peel back layers" of what it means to be a Christian. Sasha Arutyunova/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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A Christian Musician With More Questions Than Answers

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Guitarist Harold Bradley attends the Special Merit Awards and Nominee Reception on Jan. 30, 2010, in Los Angeles. Rick Diamond/WireImage hide caption

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Harold Bradley: The Guitarist Of Nashville Past

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At 60, Oliver Mtukudzi Still 'Giving Life To The People' With Music

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Bunji Garlin: 'Here To Stand My Ground' For Soca Music

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Pinball convention-goers play on a bank of Stern machines at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas in January. The company is no longer the only pinball manufacturer. Julie Jacobson/AP Photo hide caption

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A Pinball Monopoly, Camel Trekking In Texas, Charles Dickens' Mistress

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Pianist Lang Lang sits down with his own revered mentor Gary Graffman, to discuss what makes great teachers — and bad ones. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Talking Great Teachers And Students With Two Piano Masters

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Petula Clark's new album, Lost In You, features a reworking of her signature hit "Downtown." Clement Schneider/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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War Stories From Petula Clark

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The Hilliard Ensemble, active in the early music world since 1973, will end its long tenure in 2014 with one last world tour. Marco Borggreve/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Leaders In Early Music Face A Final Curtain, With Grace

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