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Psychograss: Now Hear This

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Much ink has been spilled as to the cementing of jazz into “America’s Classical Music,” but these arguments neglect the obvious: America already has a homegrown classical music in bluegrass. The idiom and structure of bluegrass have been set in stone for well over a half-century, and most artists in the field are content to color within the lines. It’s all the more exhilarating, then, to discover Psychograss’ long awaited third album to be a successful experiment in expanding the boundaries of the genre.

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