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Mundo 5: Five Influential Albums (by LANKS)

Mundo 5: Five Influential Albums (by LANKS)

Will Cuming is one of Melbourne, Australia’s rising stars and one of the city’s most gifted talents. He’s a songwriter, a multi-instrumentalist, a producer, and a DJ. He’s written electronic dance music, electro-pop songs, folktronica, indietronica, ambient. You name it; he’s probably done it. If you are not familiar with his name, you likely have heard of LANKS, which is […]

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Mundo: Great Albums from The Class of 1970

Mundo: Great Albums from The Class of 1970

Each month, we’ll be looking at group of albums celebrating a watermark anniversary. Last month, we looked at albums celebrating their 50th anniversary. Hard to believe that The Beatles’ Rubber Soul and The Who’s Sing My Generation were released in 1965. Today, we reminisce about the Class of 1970. The year marked the start of the era of polyester and hippies in bell-bottoms […]

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R.I.P Clark Terry

R.I.P Clark Terry

We lost a giant of the jazz world yesterday, as legendary trumpeter Clark Terry passed away at the age of 94. In a career spanning over 70 years as a musician and bandleader, Clark Terry (or “CT” as he was often called) was the last living member of Duke Ellington’s Orchestra, and also spent time in Count Basie’s and Quincy […]

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