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Oneida: Dodging Labels

Music critics are pretty good at pigeon-holing bands with complicated labels.  But one Bronx-based ensemble prides itself on avoiding these restrictions. Oneida’s newest release “Preteen Weaponry” is in stores now. And the group will be visiting Bloomington’s Bluebird Nightclub for a concert coming up later in August.

Josephine McRobbie

Born and raised in southeast Australia, Josephine moved to Bloomington in 1996. She graduated from Indiana University in 2007 with a B.A. in Journalism and Sociology. She is currently WFIU's broadcast assistant and arts reporter.

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