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April 2022

Charles T. Downey Washington Ballet returns to its new and improved ‘Giselle’ at the Warner

Eun Won Lee and Gian Carlo Perez in the Washington Ballet’s Giselle (xmb Photography)
In some ways the Julie Kent era at Washington Ballet began with Giselle, the big classical story ballet on her first season in 2017. After two years of pandemic struggles, the company has brought back its artistic director’s production of this romantic ghost story, described by Kent as “revised and refined,”

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Final aka Justin K Broadrick shares a new video

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Meg Woof presents Adventures In The Sound And Music

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Fact Fact launches new issue featuring Caterina Barbieri, Klein, Ivan Michael Blackstock and Malibu

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Fact Hélène Vogelsinger’s Patch Notes modular performance released on vinyl

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CAS Classic Album Sundays Los Angeles Presents Cocteau Twins ‘Heaven or Las Vegas’

For our May Classic Album Sunday session, In Sheep’s Clothing and friends will be presenting Cocteau Twins Heaven or Las Vegas.

Join us Sunday, May 1st at the In Sheep’s Clothing headquarters in West Hollywood as we tell the story of this legendary recording after which we’ll listen to the album in full on their world class soundsystem:

Los Angeles

Time and Date: Sunday May 1st 2022 3:00pm & 7:00pm


In Sheep’s Clothing, 710 East 4th Place, Los Angeles, CA 90013


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Tana Yonas and Mishka

Audio Menu

Klipsch Klipschorn AK6 Loudspeakers, Audio Note M5 Tube Phono Preamplifier, Audio Note Jinro Shochu Tube Amplifier, Condesa Carmen Rotary Mixer, Garrard 301 Turntables restored by Woodsong Audio, in Vinylista Plinths with Auditorium 23 Hommage Mats, Tonearms, Headshells & Cartridges by Thomas Schick.

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Klaus Schulze (1947–2022)

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