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Electro-pop duo “Uh Huh Her” takes its name from the title of PJ Harvey’s 2006 LP.

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Our highlights for the week ahead include Weekend Update's Colin Jost and the electropop of Heavenly Beat.

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“People say College kids - they love going to live music, but that’s really not what they do here.

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[Updated] Pell doesn’t sound like a New Orleans rapper.

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[Updated] Colin Jost is the head writer at 

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This Week's Spotify Soundtrack looks ahead to Jack White, Pell, Janelle Monae, The Kills and more; and features new music from Sturgill Simpson, The Roots, Conor Oberst and more.

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"Our drivers are the most versatile drivers in the world," Graham Rahal said from a room o

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My Spilt Milk's picks for the week include the J. Dilla tribute, Blackalicious, Marley, Old 97s and more.

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Thursday would have been the 100th birthday for jazz futurist Sun Ra had he lived that l

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This Week's Soundtrack includes new music from The Afghan Whigs, St. Paul and the Broken Bones, and Down, as well as previews of shows by tUnE-yArDs, Little Dragon, Lydia Loveless and Prince.

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My Spilt Milk picks the highlights of the upcoming week, including Chad Valley, Truckfighters, and Moving Units.

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Sunday night, our Spoon tickets contest winner Jessica Magee wrote on Twitter, "What a

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This Week's Soundtrack looks forward to shows this week from Modest Mouse, Little Dragon and Johnny Hallyday with new music from the Black Keys, Shabazz Palaces and Sia.

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Sunday, Irma Thomas will play her annual

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My Spilt Milk's highlights for the week include Johnny Hallyday, John Prine, Spoon, Modest Mouse, and Mimicking Birds.

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This year's Jazz Fest night time schedule was less jammy than in years past.

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[Updated] Last October, The Red Stick Ramblers announced that they were officially calling it quits.

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Spoon will soon release a new album, but we don't know its name or release date.

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On Sunday, photographer Patrick Ainsworth shot the last day of Jazz Fest, and here are his highlights.

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My brain tells me that the two biggest stories in New Orleans music right now are Hurray for the Riff Raff and

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This Week's Soundtrack proves the week after Jazz Fest is just as packed with shows from Kishi Bashi, Spoon and M. Ward, plus new music from tUnE-yArDs, G-Eazy and Damon Albarn.

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“I had to humble myself not only to sobriety but to making this record.”

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Bobby Womack’s career had started by the time he was 10, and he has been in the public eye sin

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We're pleased to welcome photographer Greg Miles to the My Spilt Milk family.

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Well before he took the stage shortly after 4:15 p.m., Saturday at Jazz Fest was about Bruce Springsteen.

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[Updated] Friday at Jazz Fest offered a solid string of closing acts that included divas Chaka Khan and

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When Jon Batiste appeared on Treme as a member of Delmond Lambreaux’s band, it was hard

Alexis & the Samurai

New Orleans-native Alexis Marceaux, whose name you may recognize from her stint on NBC’s The Voice, hit her stride with her sophomore albu

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[Updated] Yesterday was as nice a day as we could ask for at the Fair Grounds, and Jazz Fest responded with a nice day.

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“We couldn’t have made this record with any other lineup,” Patterson Hood says of The Driv

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"The Milky Way" is a new My Spilt Milk recurring feature.

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Natalie Gordon doesn't hide the fact that "no one gave a shit" about her last band.

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This year's Jazz Fest nightlife isn't as jam-heavy as previous years have been.