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Time to start a few new traditions that don't involve Bing Crosby or Andy Williams.

From De La Soul to Wham!, make this Christmas all about lesser-known gems

December 17th, 2014

Time to start a few new traditions that don't involve Bing Crosby or Andy Williams.

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    Working with various collaborators, Charli touches on everything from attitude-laden electro-punk to pogo-worthy new wave.

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    “We’re always looking to connect with attendees and see what they would love."

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    The track already has received support from Richie Hawtin, Nick Warren and Thomas Schumacher.

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    All I wanted for Christmas were some new Imagine Dragons tracks, which didn’t seem unreasonable.

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    Extreme Thing attracted the high school and early-20s sets, who have taken to Facebook demanding answers.

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    For an artist who often seems to delight in denying audiences what they want, Billy Corgan was remarkably accommodating.

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    Also: Bass Drum of Death at Beauty Bar, Zola Jesus and The Growlers at Bunkhouse.

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    Everyone knows about 2014's Zeppelin, Dylan and Springsteen sets. Here are three others you might have missed.

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    Their best songs are timeless -- and more are on the way.

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    The 68-year-old singer and songwriter still delivers what his fans love the most: great stories.

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    Watch the Scarecrow dance down the yellow-brick road to a live rendition of "Brain Damage" this week.

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    The Odd Future leader attacked at Hard Rock Live on the Strip on December 5.

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    Would they sound anything like the superb ’70s version recently showcased in Sonic Highway?

  • Music

    The release is the latest in Pumpkins mastermind Billy Corgan's ongoing Teargarden by Kaleidyscope project.

  • Music

    Downtown went country this weekend during NFR with the country-pop trio and openers David Nail and Maddie & Tae.

  • Music

    Plenty of great acts, plenty of venues.

  • Music

    She played plenty from her first-ever solo record during the November 28 concert at the Palms.

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    The 64-year-old legend spared no expense in bringing his masterwork to life inside the MGM Grand.

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  • Music

    Extreme Thing attracted the high school and early-20s sets, who have taken to Facebook demanding answers.

  • Music

    Also: Bass Drum of Death at Beauty Bar, Zola Jesus and The Growlers at Bunkhouse.

  • Dining

    After a pre-opening tasting, it seems like Summerlin has another great Asian dining option.

  • Dining

    What’s a girl to do when she knows her Las Vegas days are coming to an end? Eat up!

  • Music

    For an artist who often seems to delight in denying audiences what they want, Billy Corgan was remarkably accommodating.

  • Food

    The newest Coca-Cola product is a low-calorie soda sweeted with Stevia extract and cane sugar. But how does it taste?

  • Reviews

    There's a lot going on at the Light Group's first off-Strip restaurant ... almost too much.

  • Dining

    This new Henderson deli is serving some of the most interesting and delectable food around.

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    A public nod to Las Vegas history like none other in this town.

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    The business a growing set of services that helps prisoners and their friends and family keep in touch through photos and phone calls.

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    Plus, a strong lineup coming for New Year's Eve and beyond.

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    So many venues involved in Hakkasan Group’s $36 million buyout of Light Group, so many questions to ask.

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    Reflecting and Projecting is as much about the process as it is about the end result.

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    The last time the Rebel football program made a move this bold was the 1998 hiring of John Robinson.

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    “We’re always looking to connect with attendees and see what they would love."

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    Formerly a regular presence at Strip nightlife pioneer Club Utopia, Clement plays Habitat this weekend.