Previously unreleased “Man of War” is quintessential Radiohead: melancholy, unsettling, and full of high drama.
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Funcore troubadour Terror Pigeon! returns with single “OtherSong”.
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By pairing The Great Annihilator with Drainland, the emotional rawness of Gira and Jarboe’s art comes through in full color.
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The indie answer to John Mayer’s Continuum, In a Mood is a smooth collection of indie pop with a jazzy, ’70s gloss.
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“We have to get the stories of these women out into the world. Because representation matters.”
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Looking at NASA’s interactions with the social movements of the ’60s offers a new perspective on the past.
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Baby Driver sometimes feels like a deranged mashup between Drive, Heat, and La La Land.
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The Cure’s Pornography is so much more than just the ponderously murky, suicide-inducing effort it’s often made out to be.
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2 Chainz cashes in on his elder statesman status on one of the best rap albums of 2017. He proves that there is a path to aging gracefully as an MC by embracing trends but preserving his own unique, off-kilter sensibility.
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A fusion of rock and hypnotic Sufi music, Sufi Spirit is a warm, brilliant album to bask in from start to finish.
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