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The 2018 Music Issue 

The evolution of Mason Bates, plus rising hip-hop talent, the Marketing Mixtape, a folk legend’s Record Store Day release and a producer goes solo in our 2018 Music Issue.

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Singing the Body Electric: Trailblazing composer Mason Bates returns home to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the Richmond Symphony with a world premiere

Survivor: Longtime Richmond recording figure John Morand finally releases a solo album

Some Richmond Hip-Hop Names to Watch in 2018

The Prodigal Duck: Legendary folk guitarist Richard Royall "Duck" Baker talks about recording demos in Richmond back in the early 1970s

Shockoe Bottom Gets a Used Record and Book Shop

Singing Saw: Folk singer Justin "Saw" Black branches out on his second album

Miss Mix-a-Lot: The Marketing Mixtape's chief executive explains how she took the plunge on her boutique agency

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