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Local musician, Studio E host inaugural Expression festival

    Local musician, Studio E host inaugural Expression festival

Studio E is a venue hiding in plain sight. Although it is located on the always-occupied downtown Denton Square, the studio is beneath an office space and can only be

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SXSW unplugged: Laughing Falcon brings stoner rock to Austin from Nebraska

    SXSW unplugged: Laughing Falcon brings stoner rock to Austin from Nebraska

Not many people think of Nebraska as being a hub for a new wave of heavy stoner metal, but the guys in the band Laughing Falcon are trying to change

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Preview: Denton bands head down south (by Southwest)

    Preview: Denton bands head down south (by Southwest)

With performers and attendees from Germany to Japan, Austin’s annual music, film, comedy and gaming festival has something for everyone, including Denton artists. Hosted by Discover Denton, seven Denton-based artists

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‘Will the Real Slim Shady Please Stand Up’

    ‘Will the Real Slim Shady Please Stand Up’

I’m pretty new to Texas, so it is fair to say that I meet a decent amount of individuals who are different from me on a daily basis. Always the

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UNT to offer world’s first performing arts health doctoral degree

    UNT to offer world’s first performing arts health doctoral degree

The UNT College of Music will offer the world’s first doctoral degree in performing arts health beginning in fall 2018. This

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Alternative station KXT 91.7 hosts local showcase at Dan’s Silverleaf

For residents of Dallas-Fort Worth seeking a fix of alternative rock and independent music, radio station KXT 91.7 has become

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UNT’s newest a cappella group gives hopeful singers an outlet to use their voice

    UNT’s newest a cappella group gives hopeful singers an outlet to use their voice

For almost a decade, the Green Tones remained UNT’s sole a cappella group, but a new group of spirited singers

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Tiny Nest concert series strengthens music community on campus

    Tiny Nest concert series strengthens music community on campus

A burst of applause fills the tight quarters of the Design Works office as media arts senior Sam Decker sets

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Twilight Tunes jazzes up October and kicks off the autumn season

    Twilight Tunes jazzes up October and kicks off the autumn season

Notes blasted through the air as a trumpet and guitar played the sweet melodies of jazz for a crowd Sunday

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Composition studies program joins technology and music in harmony

    Composition studies program joins technology and music in harmony

Against a heavy black curtain, a fluffy-haired violinist plays his music. To a listener’s surprise, the computer in front of

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