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SXSW 2018

Pop, Rock And An Onslaught Of Rhythm: The Songs Of SXSW

This five-song primer bridges electro-pop, R&B, rock, and rhythmic rap from up-and-coming artists performing at SXSW this year.

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Pop, Rock And An Onslaught Of Rhythm: The Songs Of SXSW

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Mac DeMarco talks with NPR about how his relationship with his father influenced the music on his last album, This Old Dog. Liam James Doyle/NPR hide caption

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This Old Dog: Mac DeMarco On Growing Up And Getting Personal

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How One Teacher Tweaked Her Lesson Plan For A New Career

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