Music

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Kip Moore entered my life the way most country singers did in 2011 — by singing about a truck. More precisely, “Somethin’ ‘Bout a Truck.” For months on end the cheeky, feel-good track was playing every time I turned on the radio.

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COVID-19 has given the phrase “bedroom pop” a whole new meaning.

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If you listened to country radio any time in the last six months, there’s a good chance you heard one of Justin Bieber’s latest singles.

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Before her debut, Rina Sawayama was the kind of low-key singer you’d come across on Spotify and think, Holy shit, she is going to have a career. Her first EP, RINA, remains one of the best musical projects of 2017.

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The Strokes are a transportive band, not just in the tongue-in-cheek nostalgia of their stylistic references, but in the way their music can fixate you in memories.

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Given the current circumstances, the future for small music scenes like hardcore is uncertain. Gigs can’t be played and bands can’t be paid, so what are bands to do?

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Three weeks ago, the Internet collectively rejected a pitchy celebrity cover of John Lennon’s “Imagine.” Spearheaded by actor Gal Gadot, the star-studded clip

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I feel exhausted after I finish an online midterm I’m positive I bombed. I walk out of my room and into the living room of my cottage; my parents’ eyes are glued to CNN, while my brother’s are glued to his phone.

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John Prine was the best to ever do it, plain and simple. It’s the objective truth.

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Just days before his passing, Mac Miller begged Thundercat to appear on his Tiny Desk performance.