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“There’s a lot of young women of color who look up to me and thank me for representing them … it’s definitely a new thing, and I want to do a good job at it.”

Indie act Japanese Breakfast forges a path in space and sound

June 21st, 2018

“There’s a lot of young women of color who look up to me and thank me for representing them … it’s definitely a new thing, and I want to do a good job at it.”

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    Also: Paula Cole, Trixie Mattel and a beer and chocolate pairing.

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    Also: Jonah Matranga doing “Water & Solutions” at the Bunkhouse

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    Soulkitchen’s 15th anniversary party and a Boulder City block party.

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    Also: Cults, Gwen Stefani’s new residency and an additional Caifanes performance

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    A historical master class on vogueing and an LA roots-rocker got the new conference/festival off to a great start.

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    The tunes are stretched-out and stoner-iffic, swaying between the blues-ness of Sabbath and Zeppelin and the space exploration of Loop and Spacemen 3

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    After putting out EPs and singles, the duo—known as Purejoypeople—plan on further spreading its brand of cheer by releasing its first full-length album, Octopus Woman.

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    We help you prep for the Bunkhouse gig featuring the garage rocker, whose catalog swells well beyond 20 LPs.

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    The local product vowed he wouldn’t stage a 21-and-over show here until all of his friends were old enough to attend.

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    “We met in Vegas when I was home for Christmas. That was my first turnt adult Vegas night—going out with Shamir.”

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    Sonically, Bad Cop/Bad Cop delivers a modern spin on the abrasive, rambunctious days of pioneers of the genre like the Descendents.

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    In a city long known for its indifference toward singer-songwriters, he fought against the Vegas status quo for years.

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    The 30-year-old Las Vegan, who opens for touring guitar wiz Kaki King on February 2.

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    Also: Wanda Jackson, and several new Brooklyn Bowl and Bunkhouse shows.

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