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Experimental pop duo Tanlines is headed to Mr. Smalls Theatre on June 26 to perform their latest work, “Highlights.” Starting out as a collaboration between two friends in a Pittsburgh basement, Tanlines began as a remix project created by...

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RAW: Splendor Giveaway

May 22, 2015 | 0 Comments

On Thursday, June 4, RAW: Artists returns to Mr. Smalls Theatre for its first summer showcase. For those not already familiar, RAW is an international arts organization that brings together local artists in the areas of visual art,...

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Interpol Giveaway

May 6, 2015 | 0 Comments

Known for their cinematic indie-rock sound, Interpol is coming to the ‘Burgh during their nationwide tour this spring. The NYC-based rock group got their start at NYU in 1997, when guitarist Daniel Kessler recruited bassist Carlos...

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Natives to the sunny Los Angeles, California, Bad Suns consists of Christo Bowman, Gavin Bennett, Miles Morris, and Ray Libby. In June 2014,  the alt-rock bro-band released their debut album, titled “Language and Perspective,” under...

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Since its inception in 1990, Pittsburgh’s Extra Mile Education Foundation got its start with one key mission in mind: to provide a quality education to urban children. The organization’s name symbolizes an important message, as it reflects...

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In recent years, Kid Ink has been making major waves within the rap game and online, successfully garnering a high volume social media following long before he ever made it big. Now, he’s moving full speed ahead into 2015 with...

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Primus Giveaway

April 7, 2015 | 0 Comments

If any band is equipped to cover the entire “Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory” soundtrack, it’s the legendary prog rock group, Primus. Les Claypool, bassist and 90s rock prodigy, was enamored with the wonders...

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Dan Deacon decided to flashback to the good ol’ days of 2007, back when his studio was his bedroom. The days he spent hours alone recording his first popular record, “Spiderman of the Rings,” with nothing but his...

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Situated in the adjoining perimeter of the University of Pittsburgh and Carnegie Mellon University, Phipps Conservatory has always been a supreme point of pride for the residents of Oakland and Pittsburgh as a whole. Founded...

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Record label, event host, artist collective, and 412-certified are just few terms describing Pittsburgh based talent group, DETOUR, and its diversified individuals. Since the group’s conception at CMU during time sharing their talents on WRCT radio, they’ve...

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Established in 1994, Attack Theatre is the contrivance of artistic directors and esteemed members of Pittsburgh’s art community, Michele de la Reza and Peter Cope. The collective has hosted multiple showcases and performances around the nation, featuring art...

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Starting with the release of his self-titled album at just 16 years old, Earl Sweatshirt immediately began turning heads for being the youngest and easily one of the tightest rappers in the Odd Future rap collective....

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