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Daniel Ek, CEO of Swedish music streaming service Spotify, in Tokyo in 2016. The company is expected to go public late next month or early April. Toru Yamanaka/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Darlingside performing inside the World Cafe Performance Studio. Ashley Gellman/WXPN hide caption

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Darlingside On World Cafe

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Jen Cloher and her band inside the World Cafe Performance Studio. From left to right: Jen Sholakis, Bones Sloane, Jen Cloher, and Courtney Barnett. Ashley Gellman/WXPN hide caption

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Jen Cloher On World Cafe

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Indonesian President Joko Widodo Is A Huge Metal Head

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The Tennessee State Capitol building in Nashville. New legislation recently introduced would extend sexual harassment protections to contract workers — a designation that applies to many artists. Paul D. Van Hoy II/Getty Images/age fotostock RM hide caption

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Russian Doping Scandal is Good News For Marc Roberge's Band

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John Corigliano and music director Alan Gilbert at the New York Philharmonic's Opening Gala in September 2016. Nicholas Hunt/Getty Images for New York Philharmonic hide caption

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John Corigliano On Composing At 80: 'An Adagio Is What I Look For'

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