MP3: Shorts: Curious Sounds from the Solid Sound Festival

27.06.2013

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Shorts: Curious Sounds from the Solid Sound Festival MP3

This fall, we're hitting the road with our brand-new live show. We're stopping in 20 cities across the US (plus 1 stop in Canada), and we have some exciting news about the special musical guests who are joining us for the tour. Listen to a quick sneak peek, and grab your tix now. Source: radiolab.org

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