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New Mix: Psych Pop And Gritty Rock From John Grant, Dilly Dally, More

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Galactic brings the bounce to Portland's Crystal Ballroom, which has one of the few remaining spring-loaded dance floors in the country. Kathleen Nyberg/Courtesy of McMenamins hide caption

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If The Floor's A-Rockin', Just Keep A-Bouncin'

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World Cafe Next: Edward David Anderson

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Pity Sex's forthcoming album, White Hot Moon, comes out in Spring 2016. Joel Rakowski/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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05What Might Soothe You?

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Decades On, The Selecter Maintains A Steady Groove And A Political Eye

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