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Albums You Need to Hear: Black Market Vinyl’s “Preacher’s Son”

We are hauntingly morbid creatures, we humans.  We mask it well.  We’re particularly adept at convincing everyone around us that our inner Darth Vaders, those devilish souls lurking in the darkened crevasses of the mind don’t exist at all.  We shower our friends and neighbors with cheerful pomp, gregarious smiles, brisk and firm handshakes.  We …

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Songs You Should’ve Heard: “Louisville” by the Damnwells

[dropcap]T[/dropcap]here was a moment, not too terribly long ago, where I found myself driving along Indiana Highway 54 on an early March day in quiet Greene County, somewhere between Switz City and Bloomfield. I hadn’t yet crossed the White River, I know that much. The scenery to my nine and three consisted of open fields …

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What You’ve Done Well: Rodeo Ruby Love Preps for Their Final Show

by Donovan Wheeler photos by Anna Teeter, Kris Carter, and Gabrielle Cheikh [dropcap]A[/dropcap]nna Teeter’s intimate photos of Rodeo Ruby Love’s “studio session,” illustrate perfectly what made the group not only a Hoosier phenomenon, but a nationally recognized act as well. In many frames the bandmates lounge in a comfortable, homey living room, visibly crack jokes …

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