This Week In Print: 35 Denton, Girls, Heartless Bastards and More

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35 Denton starts this evening, and we've got you covered on picks. (Oh, and other stuff, too.)

We talked with festival founder Chris Flemmons about finally making that next Baptist Generals album. Related: This DC9 interview exploring 35's sea change.

Plus: Check out interviews from the Raincoats' Ana da Silva and Built to Spill's Doug Martsch.

B-side interviews with Girls' Christopher Owens and Lucero's Ben Nichols.

And weekend picks for Heartless Bastards, Joe "King" Carrasco and more.

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