Tracks of the Week: new music from DeWolff, L.A. Witch and more

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On May 17, 2012, author Neil Gaiman gave the commencement speech at a The University of the Arts in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The transcript of the speech went on to become a book, the video has been watched over a million times, and Gaiman’s “Make Good Art” advice became an inspiration for a generation of creative hopefuls. 

Why do we mention this? Because last week’s winner of our Tracks of the Week contest, Chris Catalyst’s Make Good Art (Gin Annie’s Devil In Me and Skinny Knowledge’s Keep Me Out Of It were second and third), used Gaiman’s speech as its inspiration, and Gaiman’s voice as its backbone. And we imagine the trophy will look grand alongside all of Gaiman’s Hugo and Nebula awards.


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