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Theis Duelund
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Theis Duelund is a journalist and translator. His writing about music and culture has appeared in LA Weekly, Los Angeles magazine, OC Weekly, and the Danish publications Politiken, Musikeren, and Netudgaven, among others. A native of Denmark, he arrived in Los Angeles in 2009 to complete six months’ research on the city’s depiction in contemporary fiction, an experience that resulted in his permanent relocation. Duelund has also taught at UCLA and translated a variety of cultural products.
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    Deafheaven's masterful musical eclecticism has given them crossover appeal and made them one of the most highly praised bands of the last decade. The metal band's recent release, "New Bermuda," is a cycle of sonic poems rooted in lead singer George Clarke's move from San Francisco to Los Angeles.
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    Jay Shells installs site-specific hip-hop lyrics around Los Angeles in an effort to map a place inhabited by marginalized people and often actively erased by hegemonic forces.
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    Deafheaven's masterful musical eclecticism has given them crossover appeal and made them one of the most highly praised bands of the last decade. The metal band's recent release, "New Bermuda," is a cycle of sonic poems rooted in lead singer George Clarke's move from San Francisco to Los Angeles.
  • Entry
    Jay Shells installs site-specific hip-hop lyrics around Los Angeles in an effort to map a place inhabited by marginalized people and often actively erased by hegemonic forces.