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Four people dance and sing into microphones. Vocalists Nahaan, Sondra Segundo, Stephen Blanchett and Gene Tagaban sing with Khu.éex' at Centennial Hall on Monday, January 28, 2019. The Seattle-based band played the 16th Annual World Music Celebration in Anchorage before their Juneau concert. (Photo by Annie Bartholomew/KTOO)

Photos: Preston Singletary’s Indigenous funk band Khu.éex’ plays Juneau

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The 11-person ensemble shared original and traditional music inspired by band founder and Tlingit glass artist Preston Singletary's Southeast Alaska roots. 

Seattle band Khu.éex’ celebrates indigenous culture through music

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Led by Tlingit artist Preston Singletary, Khu.éex’ brings its indigenous sound to Juneau and Anchorage on a tour of Alaska.
A picture of a man holding a guitar with a baby carrier on his chest. KTOO volunteer DJ Patrick Klacza hosts the radio show Cat Plaza on KXLL 100.7 FM Juneau. (Image courtesy of the artist)

DJ take: Patrick Klacza’s 10 best albums of 2018

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KXLL DJ Patrick Klacza of Sunday's Cat Plaza radio show shares his top 10 albums of 2018.
An image of a band surrounding a microphone with men playing upright bass, hollowbody electric guitar, singing and acoustic guitar. Screen capture of the Seattle-based band Revilla performing a Red Carpet Concert at KTOO during the 2018 Alaska Folk Festival featuring Alex Nelson, Alejandro Chavarria and Patrick Troll.

Red Carpet Concert: Revilla, ‘Car Broke Down’

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The Seattle-based band formerly known as Amish Robots stopped by KTOO to record a Red Carpet Concert during the 2108 Alaska Folk Festival.