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Album Reviews

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Both vibrant and lovely, TWICE’s music withstands the test of time. The K-pop girl group’s latest EP Between 1&2 maintains the signature bold, youthful charisma that is the key to TWICE’s unwaning popularity.
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Both vibrant and lovely, TWICE’s music withstands the test of time. The K-pop girl group’s latest EP Between 1&2 maintains the signature bold, youthful charisma that is the key to TWICE’s unwaning popularity.
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Nicole is an assemblage of six reenvisioned original songs alongside six new tracks intended to outline Zefanya’s complex self-portrait.
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Nicole is an assemblage of six reenvisioned original songs alongside six new tracks intended to outline Zefanya’s complex self-portrait.
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Instead of topping herself with even nastier bars and stickier hooks, or even taking a sharp left turn into new territory, she slips into well-worn grooves carved out by her previous — and far stronger — projects.
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Instead of topping herself with even nastier bars and stickier hooks, or even taking a sharp left turn into new territory, she slips into well-worn grooves carved out by her previous — and far stronger — projects.
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Funk Wav Bounces Vol. 2 misses the mark, and it dully finds itself a dupe in the DJ’s discography.
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Funk Wav Bounces Vol. 2 misses the mark, and it dully finds itself a dupe in the DJ’s discography.
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NewJeans — the new girl group launched by ADOR, an independent label under the same company (HYBE) that created BTS — is set to change the K-pop scene.
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NewJeans — the new girl group launched by ADOR, an independent label under the same company (HYBE) that created BTS — is set to change the K-pop scene.
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Released July 22, Maybe Someday It’ll All Be Okay is the culmination of Kane’s repaired strength in overcoming a lifetime’s worth of heartbreak.
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Released July 22, Maybe Someday It’ll All Be Okay is the culmination of Kane’s repaired strength in overcoming a lifetime’s worth of heartbreak.
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Lacking the auditory depth that made her 2017 single “Alaska” a hit, much of the LP feels one-note, both in the literal and figurative senses.
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Lacking the auditory depth that made her 2017 single “Alaska” a hit, much of the LP feels one-note, both in the literal and figurative senses.
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It's unclear whether Beyoncé follows the culture or the culture follows her, but either way, she remains its ultimate barometer.
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It's unclear whether Beyoncé follows the culture or the culture follows her, but either way, she remains its ultimate barometer.
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In the end, Kiyoko’s Panorama doesn’t offer an engaging, scenic impression — her panorama only suggests a few intriguing views.
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In the end, Kiyoko’s Panorama doesn’t offer an engaging, scenic impression — her panorama only suggests a few intriguing views.
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Beach Bunny remains sonically stuck in its Honeymoon era while failing to replicate its magic.
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Beach Bunny remains sonically stuck in its Honeymoon era while failing to replicate its magic.
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