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Detail from the cover of Witness Marks: The Works of John B. McLemore. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Bearing Musical Witness To John B. McLemore, The Late Protagonist Of 'S-Town'

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Cut Chemist's latest album Die Cut incorporates new wave synth rock, country and pop into the DJ's spin cycle. Joseph Armario/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Cut Chemist's 'Die Cut' Asks You To Listen Closely

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To celebrate all the amazing places artists brought desks for this year's Contest, we made a supercut of some of our favorite desks outside their natural habitats. YouTube hide caption

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Clockwise from left: Dessa, Partner, Linqua Franqa Bill Phelps (Dessa), Colin Medley (Partner), Stacey Piotrowska (Linqua Franqa)/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Run-D.M.C. backstage at the Grammy Awards in March 1987. The hip-hop group's 1986 album Raising Hell is one of 25 new inductees to the Library of Congress Recording Registry. Hulton Archive/Getty Images hide caption

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Run-DMC, Pauline Oliveros, 'Rumours,' Chic And Beethoven Added To Library Of Congress

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