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Austin City Limits 2013: 10 underdogs you shouldn’t miss

Luckily, Austin City Limits 2013 decided to go the way of Coachella and double down on its festivities, expanding to two weekends. The lineup is huge, like always, but with twice the amount of time -- assuming you bought tickets for both weekends, like a normal person -- you might have a shot at seeing all 130+ artists.

Grizzly Bear’s Ed Droste on what success means for hipster idols

Grizzly Bear’s Ed Droste doesn’t want to talk about “Colorado.” It’s the closing track on the band’s 2006 album “Yellow House,” and though it was written while he was in New York, Droste’s mind was on the year he spent living more than a mile above sea level in a “weird, small condo in Snowmass” at the age of 11.

Twin Shadow casts a dark, carnal persona on “Confess” (interview)

George Lewis, Jr. is a bracing new voice in pop music — and one that sounds surprisingly familiar. Better known as the ’80s-indebted dance-pop crooner Twin Shadow, 29-year-old Lewis strikes a singular figure on stage and in the press with his confident, world-weary persona and razor-sharp style, which draws from ’50s motorcycle gangs as much as hipster fashion plates in Brooklyn and London.