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30-MINUTE MUSIC HOUR

Kids These Days

  • Aired: 01/26/2013
  • 25:51
  • Rating: TV-G
These young musicians from Chicago blend rap, rhythm, horns and guitars, crafting what they call, “Traphouse Rock.” The group’s 2012 debut record, “Traphouse Rock,” was produced by WILCO’S Jeff Tweedy. The recording stunned critics with its maturity, range and rawness. It shocked marketers, too - that’s because the band offers the release as a download completely free of charge.
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