Music

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For the past week or so, I have found myself coming back to the album You Won’t Get What You Want by Daughters. For one, it provides a cathartic chaos. It’s also just a phenomenal record.

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I first happened upon Conan Gray’s music as I would any great discovery: on a YouTube binge. An e-boy poster child with a mess of hair and a killer pout, I immediately wanted to dislike him.

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It’s hard to assess an album right now without the clutter and confusion of this unsure time seeping into the impression and coloring the music with something that wasn’t there to begin with.

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I originally intended on starting this review of Eternal Atake with a discussion of all the good things that come in small packages, like smartphones, Danny DeVito and Mini Coopers (which aren’t even that great on second thought).

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Regularly, I find myself yearning to be out in the woods. Whether it’s the stereotypical “call of the wild” or a deeply poetic passion for the natural, being among the trees has always been a rather important form of respite for me.

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New Orleans rapper Jay Electronica is one of the greatest enigmas in the history of hip hop. He first came up in the mid-2000s with hits on MySpace.

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Megan Thee Stallion intended on dropping Suga on May 2, her late mother’s birthday; however, the project was released prematurely on March 6.

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New York City 8-bit band Anamanaguchi doesn’t seem like a recipe for mass-appeal music.

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Just last year, Taylor Swift returned to her roots as the flowery, love-struck songwriter with her single “Lover” and gave us an album that sharply contrasted the pointed rage from her 2017 album Reputation.

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Badmouthed, banned and ultimately blacklisted for their unwavering antiwar sentiment in 2003, the Dixie Chicks are battle-tested. After a 14-year hiatus, the ex-country music superstars have proven they’re ready to go another round with the fiery single “Gaslighter.”