Music

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“Music Talks” is a series where Daily Music Writers give their takes on the biggest releases in new music.

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Selena Gomez has seen it all. Lupus, a kidney transplant, publicized battles with anxiety and depression, an on-again, off-again ex-boyfriend who, you know, just happens to be Justin Bieber.

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Her music is the first techno-house hybrid that seems truly approachable to the layperson in our times, disregarding the proven commercial success of something like EDM or dubstep in lieu of her own unique musical sensibilities. It’s Gou’s individualism, interestingly enough, that makes the DJ’s mixes so integrated into her listener’s lives ― we can all see ourselves in her music, our heartbeats replicated by the BPM in her most popular songs, our footsteps slowly meshing with the pulsing bass as we walk along the street.

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“Oui mais moi, je vais seule par les rues, l'âme en peine,” Françoise Hardy sang at the tender age of 19, “Yes but I, I walk the streets alone, the lost s

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Let’s get this out of the way: I write negative reviews about music because I hate music, and you should hate it too.

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Larry is finally starting to get the love he deserves, and rightfully so. 2019 was his year, the Year of the Orange.

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Styles may not “walk through fire” for his fish friend, but he does almost everything he can to show his appreciation for its company, from knitting it a sweater to frantically seeking fishbowl replacements to match its increasing growth.

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Just in case you’ve missed their steamy award show performances or flirty social media banter, I’ll break the news: Camila Cabello and Shawn Mendes are an item.

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As of right now, I am writing this with my iPod Nano stowed away in the bottom drawer of my bedroom dresser. I could sift through it the way I would sift through that drawer and revisit just as much of my 11-year-old interests.