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    Album Review: Julien Baker, ‘Little Oblivions’

    More so than many of her indie rock counterparts, it’s almost impossible not to recognize some part of yourself in Julien Baker’s music. The...

    Album Review: Another Michael, ‘New Music and Big Pop’

    Michael Doherty’s lyrics can feel like you’re bearing witness to a small but important discovery. The one that opens his debut LP with Another...

    Album Review: Wild Pink, ‘A Billion Little Lights’

    With every Wild Pink album, frontman John Ross has been steadily expanding the project’s sound and vision. As early as their 2017 self-titled debut,...

    Album Review: slowthai, ‘TYRON’

    Slowthai makes the focus of his sophomore album clear on its title, spelling out his first name in all caps. Born Tyron Frampton, the...

    Album Review: The Staves, ‘Good Woman’

    We’ve not heard from the English folk trio The Staves since 2017’s The Way is Read, a collaboration with the New York chamber music...

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