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<i>City Paper</i>’s 2017 Music Issue: Pittsburgh isn’t just home to good local bands, it’s home to great artists

City Paper’s 2017 Music Issue: Pittsburgh isn’t just home to good local bands, it’s home to great artists

It’s imperative that you take the time and use your money to go out and support these musicians in their mission

Social platforms like Instagram and Spotify are changing the way musical artists promote themselves

“Everyone’s on social media right now. We’re linked in.”

Pittsburgh’s Pittonkatonk is a year-round venture

“We want to empower people to be a part of a group or a collective”

The Glitter Box Theater, a new DIY-space in Oakland, is all about affordability and accessibility

If a performer or organization has the desire and passion to put on a show, they don’t want a lack of money to deter them

Teen musician/promoter doing his part to bring more all-ages shows to Pittsburgh venues

“If you put the effort into it, you can do a lot.”

The 4th River Collective bring a sense of community to Pittsburgh’s street-music scene

“We’re trying to create pockets of community outside of capitalism.”

Ahead of move to Nashville, marquee producer DJ Afterthought recaps six years in Pittsburgh’s music scene

“One false move, one bad step, one big shooting, one big negative mark, and it’s gonna go right back to it.”

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