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PinkPantheress reimagines garage music for a new generation

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"My music is where I'm able to release feelings and have fun with it," Wolf tells NPR. "I love for my shows to be a big party. So when I'm performing, if it's my release, I want it to be a release for other people." Alma Rosaz/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Tanya Tagaq, 'Tongues'

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Peter Rehberg, who ran the experimental music label Editions Mego, at his last Boston performance as Pita in 2019. Jimmy Johnson /Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Dawn Richard on World Cafe

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Kraftwerk And Our Computer World

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