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Miike Snow is (left to right) Andrew Wyatt, Pontus Winnberg and Christian Karlsson. The trio's latest album is called iii. Nick Zinner/Joachim Belaieff/Henrik Korpi/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Miike Snow Aims To Provoke Both The Ear And The Intellect

The production team behind "Toxic" takes a more cerebral approach with its own music. At South By Southwest, the members spoke with Audie Cornish about the big ideas they smuggle into their songs.

Pop-Eye Stroll The Mar-Keys
Heavy Soup (Outro) Cornershop

Safe Streets outreach coordinator Dante Barksdale says right after a shooting, the injured almost always talk. "Some of them want revenge, right then and there," he says. "Some of them are afraid. They're thinking about their brother or their homeboy. 'Is my man all right? He was with me!' They're real vulnerable. They got questions." Patrick Semansky/AP hide caption

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Baltimore Sees Hospitals As Key To Breaking A Cycle Of Violence

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Better Days Graham Nash

Miike Snow is (left to right) Andrew Wyatt, Pontus Winnberg and Christian Karlsson. The trio's latest album is called iii. Nick Zinner/Joachim Belaieff/Henrik Korpi/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Miike Snow Aims To Provoke Both The Ear And The Intellect

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Khadija Sabir of Lovie Lee's Stars of Tomorrow preschool in Philadelphia attends a soda tax rally with three of her charges. The proposed tax promises to pay for universal pre-K, parks and recreation centers. Emma Lee/WHYY hide caption

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Philly Wants To Tax Soda To Raise Money For Schools

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Say Yes [Instrumental] Wax Tailor
Jessfield Park The Shanghai Restoration Project
Let Them Knock Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings

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Grief Goes Explosive In 'Demolition' And 'Louder Than Bombs'

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Heaven and Hell William Onyeabor
With My Friends [12" Only Remix] Aloe Blacc & Most, King
Les M├ętamorphoses Du Vide Chapelier Fou
Showdown Dan Romer, Osei Essed
Ohio Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young
Gypsy Bonobo
Stagecoach, film score [Main Theme] London Festival Chorus, London Festival Orchestra
Pricks of Brightness Ratatat
As Needed Beirut
One Mint Julep Ray Charles

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