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In “Symphonie Fantastique,” the first program of a Halloween-themed trilogy, the San Francisco Symphony’s foray into the spooky and surreal astounded with its striking repertoire and stylistic charisma. 
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In “Symphonie Fantastique,” the first program of a Halloween-themed trilogy, the San Francisco Symphony’s foray into the spooky and surreal astounded with its striking repertoire and stylistic charisma. 
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The record is tacky with bubblegum sweetness, but enjoyably so; listening to it is a bit like looking into a carnival funhouse mirror with cotton candy in your teeth.
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The record is tacky with bubblegum sweetness, but enjoyably so; listening to it is a bit like looking into a carnival funhouse mirror with cotton candy in your teeth.
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To Rodriguez, albums aren’t quite complete without touring. When she performs in front of crowds, her songs metamorphosize: Listeners form their own personal connections with her work and, gradually, the album blossoms beyond Rodriguez’s individualistic vision, and into a garden of shared love.
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To Rodriguez, albums aren’t quite complete without touring. When she performs in front of crowds, her songs metamorphosize: Listeners form their own personal connections with her work and, gradually, the album blossoms beyond Rodriguez’s individualistic vision, and into a garden of shared love.
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With Midnights, rather than reinvent herself through a new tale, Swift strives to rediscover her identity through strikingly vulnerable reflections.
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With Midnights, rather than reinvent herself through a new tale, Swift strives to rediscover her identity through strikingly vulnerable reflections.
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Hosted by the ever-spooky and legendarily kooky John Waters, the festival was a love letter signed in blood to all things anomalous.
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Hosted by the ever-spooky and legendarily kooky John Waters, the festival was a love letter signed in blood to all things anomalous.
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Playing through gritted teeth and avoiding eye contact, with passion and sweat dripping off his brow, he still managed to connect with the audience while rarely addressing them directly.
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Playing through gritted teeth and avoiding eye contact, with passion and sweat dripping off his brow, he still managed to connect with the audience while rarely addressing them directly.
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Keeping in theme with its title, Dirt Femme is both gritty and glittering in tandem, raw and rising from the earth with elegance.
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Keeping in theme with its title, Dirt Femme is both gritty and glittering in tandem, raw and rising from the earth with elegance.
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M.I.A.’s impact on the pop music ecosystem cannot be overstated. The London-born, Sri Lankan Tamil musician’s distinctive sound has seeped its way into the mainstream, and for good reason.
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M.I.A.’s impact on the pop music ecosystem cannot be overstated. The London-born, Sri Lankan Tamil musician’s distinctive sound has seeped its way into the mainstream, and for good reason.
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The album ultimately fails to master the campy, glamorous embodiment of true disco, and its struggle to adhere to one sound begins to grate on the ears.
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The album ultimately fails to master the campy, glamorous embodiment of true disco, and its struggle to adhere to one sound begins to grate on the ears.
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Explosive and comprehensive, Wang played with unflappable virtuosity. She conquered epic ascending and descending runs, and she struck thick, stacked chords in rapid succession.
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Explosive and comprehensive, Wang played with unflappable virtuosity. She conquered epic ascending and descending runs, and she struck thick, stacked chords in rapid succession.
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