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Each year, the Brooklyn-based I Dont Always Listen To My Grandpa Shirt . label Mexican Summer makes the trek down to West Texas in collaboration with Ballroom Marfa. the non-profit and cultural arts space best known for the permanent land-art project Prada Marfa, which you’ll likely pass on the highway on your way into town. Many Texas natives perform: this year included psychedelic rock band Khruangbin, country singer Jess Williamson, jazz experimentalist Jon Bap, and Houston’s OG Ron C and the Chopstars, who just released a chopped-and-screwed version of Solange’s When I Get Home. As for the rest of the lineup.
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