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Dinosoul releases new record <i>Eleven</i> at Mettā on Sat., April 21

Dinosoul releases new record Eleven at Mettā on Sat., April 21

“We want to bring people together.”

City Paper explores the complex nature of Record Store Day

Who is Record Store Day for?

Built to Spill performs with Afghan Whigs at Mr. Smalls Sat., April 14

“I still think of us as a band who’s still trying to figure out what we sound like.”

Alt-R&B artist Amir Miles signs distribution deal with Capitol Records

“Dude, it’s been awesome.”

Neon Swing X-Perience celebrates 20 years of music at the Hard Rock, Fri., April 13

“But no one ever thought in 20 years it’d still be going!”

Clara Kent releases A U R A, takes on SXSW and plots a bright future

“The album was a healing process, but I wanted others to experience it.”

Liss Victory releases new record Quelque Chose at Mr. Smalls Funhouse April 6

“It’s something, more than nothing, maybe interesting.”

Johanna Warren’s Plant Medicine Tour stops by the Mr. Roboto Project Wed., April 11

“The forest was speaking to me and asking me to do something.”

Khruangbin performs at the Rex Theater on Fri., April 6

“We’re pulling from influences that aren’t the average thing coming out of music today.”

The War and Treaty perform at the Roots Cellar on Tue., April 3

“Life is the songwriting process.”

Professional wrestler Chris Jericho’s rock band Fozzy performs at Jergel’s Rhythm Grille on April 3

Please don’t break down the walls of Jergel’s

The first Talk & Rock: A new workshop teaches people how to tour DIY-style

For the organizers, it was important the event center female-identifying musicians

Pittsburgh’s IonSound Project bring music to area workers

"We’re trying to interrupt anxiety, stress, and possibly boredom or tedium and frustration.”

Clarion Quartet releases Breaking the Silence, music of composers suppressed by Nazi Germany

“I think there’s an assumption in classical music, that if something is good, it will be known. … Question those assumptions.”

Jonathan Finlayson performs at City of Asylum Tue., March 20

“I like to think of making an arc to a composition — balancing out certain elements like complexity versus groove.”

BBGuns releases Thirst; performs at Level Up Studios Fri., March 9

“It’s about being physically, mentally, spiritually thirsty.”

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