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Music Interviews

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

A pillar of the late 1970s musical moment known as 2-tone, the British band draws equally from ska, punk, reggae — and the headlines.

Harvest Moon Neil Young
How High the Moon Big Pineapple
Repeat Performance
Wurlitzer Jukebox Young Marble Giants

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In Islamabad, Ancient Meets Modern As Farm Animals Come To Town

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Liz Vice Tracks Her Path To Gospel

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All Must Be Well Liz Vice
Cold Sweat/Mother Popcorn Pee Wee Ellis
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'Unfinished Business': When Working Families Can't Do It All

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Bring You Back Beacon
Bad Skin Day Bell X1
Beautiful Girl Sara Bareilles

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VW Emissions Scandal Hovers Over German Car Show

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SHOWROOM DUMMIES KRAFTWERK
Unassigned Territory David Pritchard
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Decades On, The Selecter Maintains A Steady Groove And A Political Eye

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Walk the Walk The Selecter
Man in the Street The Skatalites

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