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The Blow share new song "Think About Me"; WOMANPRODUCER series at National Sawdust starts tonight

Khaela Maricich and Melissa Dyne have spent the last couple years reinventing The Blow from its laptop origins into a more analogue-based setup where all music played live, using a bank of custom-built equipment. "Think About Me" is the first song released from this new approach. Continue reading…
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