Music

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'Vol. 2' highlights the strengths in Antonoff’s lyricism by displaying them through a different lens — one that isn’t generally better or worse than the original — just different.

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It only seems appropriate that this last song tells us to “let it all wash out....in the rain.”

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Last week, Chief Keef released an unexpected follow-up to his sophomore album, Bang 3, cleverly titled Bang 3 Part 2. The album confirmed my suspicions surrounding Chief Keef for the last year or so: he’s good.

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“Back Up” ’s video, on the whole, doesn’t sink or elevate the song.

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From the song’s very first plucked notes and cleared throat, “Paul is Alive” buries the listener in waves of nostalgia.

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Even though CEOs can suck, somehow a bunch of artists with tons of passion got together and made something amazing.

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It’s the first Saturday of the year without a football game and I’m not entirely sure what to do with myself. It has been a hectic week to say the least, and I could be using this time to write that essay that I have been putting off or doing some much-needed cleaning of my kitchen.

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The whole sound of 'Fools' is highly refreshing, highly different than the mass-produced, cotton candy pop music so common today.

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The thing about icons is: even if you think you “forgot” their music, two verses into the first song on your refresher playlist you find yourself belting “’cause the boy with the cold hard cash is ALWAYS MISTAH RI-IGHT.” And, even though you’re a cold hard feminist, you find yourself believing it for a split second.

Especially if you’re in a certain late-night existential melancholy, those songs paint the perfect portrait of a band who always deserved more than it got.