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Brent Cowles Introduces His Favorite Songs On The Colorado Sound

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All Bets Are On Jade Bird

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Air Credits' newest EP speculates on what would happen if "the cloud" and all the music it houses were to suddenly disappear. "New archivists" of future radio stations attempt to preserve and save that music. J. Frank/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Bedouine's Sound Hints Of Southern Country And Soft Rustic Folk

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