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Album Reviews

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On Entering Heaven Alive, the musician leans into his mellower, folksier side, but he shows he’s not without his experimental tricks.
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On Entering Heaven Alive, the musician leans into his mellower, folksier side, but he shows he’s not without his experimental tricks.
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Her deepest, most consistent work to date, Hold On Baby reveals a more vulnerable and authentic side of King Princess, arriving at meaningful revelations and reconciliations with her burdening past.
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Her deepest, most consistent work to date, Hold On Baby reveals a more vulnerable and authentic side of King Princess, arriving at meaningful revelations and reconciliations with her burdening past.
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The Last Goodbye is a lot gloomier than previous albums, a consistent theme in electronic music since the onset of the pandemic.
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The Last Goodbye is a lot gloomier than previous albums, a consistent theme in electronic music since the onset of the pandemic.
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Thematically dismal but largely upbeat, emails i can't send chronicles Carpenter’s despair while retaining her catchy style.
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Thematically dismal but largely upbeat, emails i can't send chronicles Carpenter’s despair while retaining her catchy style.
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Making a comeback, the K-pop girl group ITZY embraces a new image of rebellious young queens with sneakers instead of heels.
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Making a comeback, the K-pop girl group ITZY embraces a new image of rebellious young queens with sneakers instead of heels.
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'Special' retains the goldenness, frankness and piquancy of 'Cuz I Love You,' yet it also showcases a newfound vulnerability.
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'Special' retains the goldenness, frankness and piquancy of 'Cuz I Love You,' yet it also showcases a newfound vulnerability.
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Though varied in musical prowess at points, Beatopia still demonstrates growth for beabadoobee, capturing her independence as an artist in the digital age.
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Though varied in musical prowess at points, Beatopia still demonstrates growth for beabadoobee, capturing her independence as an artist in the digital age.
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On her newest record Pink Room, released July 8, Wet’s lead vocalist Kelly Zutrau signals that sad girl summer is officially in session.
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On her newest record Pink Room, released July 8, Wet’s lead vocalist Kelly Zutrau signals that sad girl summer is officially in session.
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For Neil Young, love doesn’t burn out, and it doesn’t fade away — it slowly browns over until it’s a singed remnant of what once was.
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For Neil Young, love doesn’t burn out, and it doesn’t fade away — it slowly browns over until it’s a singed remnant of what once was.
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If Allison’s 2020 release Color Theory was a haunting self-portrait of isolation and loss, then her 2022 project is a self-aware, supernatural drama that makes peace with a bleak future.
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If Allison’s 2020 release Color Theory was a haunting self-portrait of isolation and loss, then her 2022 project is a self-aware, supernatural drama that makes peace with a bleak future.
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