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Bananagun: “The True Story of Bananagun”

The Melbourne quintet Bananagun bears the hallmarks of one of the sundry sixties acts whose work slipped through the cracks of time, only to be salvaged, decades later, by sharp-eared...

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Bob Dylan: “Rough and Rowdy Ways”

Bob Dylan’s new album, “Rough and Rowdy Ways,” enters the world at a fraught moment—as all of...

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Chloe x Halle: “Ungodly Hour”

欧洲杯投注软件Chloe and Halle Bailey caught the Internet’s eye nearly a decade ago, when they were just thirteen and eleven years old, respectively. The sisters, who’d both had careers...

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HAIM’s Carefree and Comfortable New Album

The latest record from HAIM,欧洲杯投注软件 “Women in Music Pt. III,” has a slouchy, comfortable quality—as though the three...

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Hinds: “The Prettiest Curse”

欧洲杯投注软件It was always a bit of a stretch to slap a “garage” label onto the Spanish indie band Hinds. Even on early records, such as “Leave Me Alone,” from 2016,...

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Micah Thomas: “Tide”

Début albums are ambitious by design, but “Tide” introduces a twenty-two-year-old jazz pianist whose gifts, bolstered by considerable idiomatic breadth, are prodigious in the extreme. In a time marked by...

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Pasquale Grasso: “Solo Bud Powell”

An encounter with the album “Solo Bud Powell” will alert you to two things. First, Pasquale Grasso can play the guitar like ringing a bell. Second, Bud Powell, in addition...

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Phoebe Bridgers: “Punisher”

欧洲杯投注软件On Phoebe Bridgers’s stunning new album, “Punisher,” the singer-songwriter unspools quiet, wry observations about the uncertainties of millennial life over bucolic guitars and ghostly synths. Her understated songs float...

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Sammy Brue: “Crash Test Kid”

At nineteen, the Utah-based singer and songwriter Sammy Brue is already something of an old hand, having made the rounds as a busker at the age of ten. As the...

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Scofield, Stewart & Swallow: “Swallow Tales”

Despite a distinguished six-decade career, Steve Swallow is still something of a musician’s musician. An inventive electric bassist and an inspired composer who’s been hiding in plain sight,...

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Southern Shores: “Siena (Part I)”

Under the name Southern Shores, the Toronto-based production duo of Jamie Townsend and Ben Dalton make blissed-out music that resembles the early albums of Air or the Avalanches, in which...

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Teyana Taylor: “The Album”

Teyana Taylor’s欧洲杯投注软件 third studio record, titled simply “The Album,” was supposed to come out this past December, but, in...

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Thom Bell: “Ready or Not”

欧洲杯投注软件The story of Philadelphia soul music is typically told through the lens of the writer-producers Kenneth Gamble and Leon Huff, but Thom Bell was an equally vital figure. He was...

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