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Go electric

Lee Ranaldo of Sonic Youth talks Dylan, guitars, and Tulsa

For the grrrls

Sylvia Wrath shows Tulsa ‘how angry teen girls can be’

Noir’s not dead

Writer and punk pioneer Richard Hell talks film and music history

Play through the pain

Iconic Oklahoma music shop burns down, but the show must go on

Off beat

Fred Armisen brings punk rock comedy to Cain’s Ballroom

Oklahoma reverie

Kalyn Fay finds closure with her new album

So long, Steve Ripley

Remembering Tulsa’s renowned musician and producer

‘Wake up and shine bright’

Preston Simmons fights for local creatives

On record(s)

Local musicians on their favorite albums of 2018

Blue Dome’s newest den

Rabbit Hole Bar and Grill offers local music and tasty food

Roy Clark was a friend of mine

So long to a legend

‘Feel the feeling’

Gabriel Royal brings chamber pop R&B from the subway to the jazz club

Blood on the bootleg

Musicians John Doe and Jeff Slate come to Tulsa for a Dylan celebration near the tracks

Punk rock love

Descendents and ALL return to Tulsa for a two-night punk reunion

The culture is ours

Women in Tulsa’s hip-hop scene are breaking ground, and they’re here to stay

‘From Compton with Love’

iamDES serves up a bowl of hip-hop nostalgia

‘Where I go to worship’

Seth Lee Jones releases a new live EP recorded at The Colony

‘I can’t stop being me’

Parker Millsap comes home with confidence

‘You’re a part of the problem’

Tulsa’s new post-punk band Tom Boil is here to make you uncomfortable

Cuttin’ up and makin’ waves

Keeng Cut plays a pivotal role in the resurgence of Black Wall Street
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