“You are the music while the music lasts.” -T.S. Eliot
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Forty years later, it’s still wild, innocent, and shuffling.
With a new fleet of producers, Tesfaye goes big.
The band’s “most experimental LP yet” arrives one week early.
Grellier reinforces the style he’s owned for a while.
“[It] makes it impossible for us to do our jobs.”
Original demos and mixes for “All Apologies”, “Heart-Shaped Box”, and “Forgotten Tune”.
The mysterious singer ditches lo-fi on his second formal LP.
Star-studded hip-hop effort arrives a week early.
The Philly boys are as weird as ever, but with a newfound subtlety and focus.
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