This Week in Print: The Relatives, Henry Rollins, Grimes and More

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I reconnected with The Relatives, who are playing in West Dallas this Saturday, only the second time the gospel group has performed in Dallas since reforming in 2009.

Henry Rollins wrote a column about Texas, in which he shouts out to Roky Erickson, Houston police and Dallas' own True Widow.

Grimes talked to me about technology, but my recorder died halfway through. Ack!

Plus a review of Crushed Stars' latest daydream, and recommendations for Gigantour, Drake, Summer of Glaciers and more.

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