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This all-girl quintet from Bogotá plays folk with personality and infectious enthusiasm, giving a dose of edginess to tradition without needing to add electronica or other genres to the mix.
The Le Plur electronic dance music stage is still pointed west, away from civilization, so the possums in the City Park oak trees can enjoy the low frequency sounds (Possums are really into electronica
Onstage, a crew of all-female DJs synced heart-pounding electronica with a flashing red-and-blue light show.
Kmart piped in Spanish-language ballads followed by new-wave electronica, followed by ’50s vibraphone jazz.
The Oscar-winning Japanese composer, synth-pop pioneer and electronica experimentalist reflects on his work and influences in this intimate portrait.
In his time behind the piano, organ, synthesizer, and sequencer, Hancock, 77, has crafted music that has rolled through classical, jazz, avant-garde, funk, electronica, rap, and world music, all with equal daring.
But Ibiza is going a step further: The party haven is banning DJs from 16 beach clubs to crack down on electronica and put the focus back on the environment.
Perpetual Groove with Threesound The Georgia band blends Southern rock with funk, jazz and trance electronica. 7 p.m. Tally Ho, 19 W. Market St., Leesburg.
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