Surprises at L.A.'s Minimalist Jukebox Festival

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A festival called Minimalist Jukebox, highlighting the musical form of Minimalism, is currently underway in Los Angeles. Musician and Day to Day contributor David Was reviews the festival and says those who think of Minimalist music as formless, shallow and boring might be surprised.

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