Music

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7/27 is sure to satisfy Fifth Harmony’s fans new and old. Solid and fun, these radio-ready songs are ready to hit your ears’ sweet spot this summer.

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‘Like The Life of Pablo,’ Chance’s ‘Coloring Book’ is arguably an unorthodox “gospel album,” yet its message is accessible regardless of personal denomination.

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While Clapton’s mastery of his craft is beautifully apparent, ‘I Still Do’ isn’t calling anyone to the streets.

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It’s a great album to listen to if you’re stuck inside during a rainy day and just want to reminisce — but it’s nothing you would listen to more than a handful of times a year.

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In the past few months, female-driven pop has been on a winning streak. While there were a few duds (like Meghan Trainor’s dull sophomore record Thank You), 2016 has been graced with the presence of several pop gems from female artists.

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Love her or hate her, there is just enough hits on Thank You to ensure Meghan Trainor’s music will still be playing into the new year. Whether it will be due to her talents or novelty, however, remains to be seen.

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Contained within A Moon Shaped Pool is a kind of wisdom that can only be afforded to a band whose content and thoughts have garnered continued relevancy decades after their release.

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Konnichiwa is uncompromising, authentic and relentless.

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'Boxes' doesn’t feature anything as poignant or tightly crafted as some of their previous work, but that doesn’t make it any less pleasant to listen to.

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Just as the degeneration of Blake’s relationship with love is dictated over the course of this album, so is his relationship with music.