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Don’t fret to much if you haven’t been able to get out to some of the amazing shows put on by Summerstage these past few months, because we’re bringing you the sights and sounds from stages around the city courtesy of the talented Deneka Peniston. Deneka was on hand at the exciting triple-feature touting Lianne La Havas, Quadron, and LP all in one day. Check out some photos from the show courtesy of Peniston Photography.

Check out some pictures from the 25th Annual UCLA Jazz Reggae Festival featuring the Miguel Atwood-Ferguson Ensemble with Talib Kweli, Bilal, Quadron, Pharoahe Monch and more as well as Little Dragon, Lupe Fiasco, and a whole slew of exciting artistry.

It’s that time of year again for the UCLA Jazz Reggae Festival. This year marks a historic 25 years of the festival with past performers including the Roots, Erykah Badu, Raphael Saadiq, Q-Tip, Bilal, Quadron, Nicholas Payton, Roy Hargrove, Roy Ayers, Barrington Levy, and many, many more. It is one of the largest student-run festivals in the US with upwards of 30,000 people attending each of the two days in past years.

The Revivalist crew tried our hardest to go to any and every show at SXSW. It’s an impossible feat and we certainly didn’t even come close, but we did see a lot of amazing shows and meet a ton of incredible people in Austin. Check out our brief photo recap of the madness that is SXSW!

The SXSW Music Festival is nearly upon us. To help you sift through the thousands of bands who will be playing at Austin, we put together a handy preview guide for you of some our favorite up-and-comers!

The Danish duo Quadron, made up of vocalist Coco and musician/producer Robin, consistently drop gorgeous audio and visuals from their self-titled debut album. This time around they called on their fans to remix their track “Strange Fruit” and put the best remixes on their latest project; The Average Fruit Remixes EP. The project shows just how significant a producer’s touch can completely alter the vibe of a track.

Quadron is best at gently stunning us, over and over again. The Danish duo, made up of vocalist Coco and musician/producer Robin, have an achingly beautiful sound. Rooted in an electronic soul-meets-folky R&B, their music reaches into 90’s pop melodies, walls of rich jazz chords and electronic rhythms to create a world of quiet simplicity. This is headphone music at its finest.