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Queer-centric dance night Jellyfish returns to P Town Fri., Feb. 23

Queer-centric dance night Jellyfish returns to P Town Fri., Feb. 23

“The party can get pretty gay.”

Wild Pink perform at Club Café on Sun., Feb. 25

“We are kind of outsiders.”

Betty: They Say I’m Different premieres at the Black Bottom Film Festival, Sun., Feb. 25

“She is an incredibly powerful woman and has strong opinions about current music, politics, and culture.”

Andre Costello and the Cool Minors debut Resident Frequencies at Buhl Planetarium on Sat., Feb. 17

The band will be performing its new record live to a choreographed laser show

The Spirit of the Beehive perform at Club Café on Sun., Feb. 18

“I don’t want to be influenced too much by other stuff.”

Minneapolis’ Reina del Cid brings her new record and a new sound to Pittsburgh’s Smiling Moose

“I’ve always thought of myself as more of a storyteller than a confessional writer.”

moon baby releases new EP Barbara

“As queer people, we have to laugh and be able to see beauty.”

Chet Vincent releases new album Sat., Feb. 10, at Get Hip HQ

“That’s what I wrote about: This is sad, but it’s also necessary.”

Donna the Buffalo performs at the Rex Theater Sat., Feb. 10

“We’re very fortunate, because not many bands have this collective fanbase.”

Oso Oso performs at Cattivo on Feb. 5 with Tiny Moving Parts and Mom Jeans

“I’ve met so many people over the last year who I couldn’t believe would’ve taken such an interest.”

A Q&A with Misra Records GM Jeff Betten about his first time at the Grammys

“Bono is just the smuggest person ever.”

The Office’s Creed Bratton brings a night of comedy and music to Pittsburgh’s Rex Theater

His fan-favorite character was like Forrest Gump with acid flashbacks

The world premiere of Steve Hackman’s The Times They Are A-Changin’ performed by the Mendelssohn Choir this week

Selections of Bob Dylan are given new life in a choral arrangement

New venue on East Carson Street, on the South Side, plans a cultural shift

“Everyone has their niche, but we want this to be the melting pot of all of those niches.”

Pittsburgh heavy-metal band Code Orange heads to the Grammys on Jan. 28

“We’ve had more awesome moments this year than any other year combined.”

Pittsburgh rapper Hardo headlines hip-hop show at Spirit Hall

Sony artist continues to build on 2017 success

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