In a week with a lot of competition, one hip-hop duo clearly Runs the game.
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The UK producer’s second effort writhes at the intersection of playful and evil.
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A blend of psychedelia and the return of Richard D. James.
Tom Krell chats up an atypical venue between powerful renditions of new songs.
In honor of the band’s new album, we revisit their brightest spots.
A small mining town in northern Quebec becomes a harbor for bands all over the continent.
A muted yet promising electro-acoustic debut from the experimental Brooklyn duo.
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New Zealand pop gymnast misses a couple of steps on her ambitious second record.
The duo’s new surprise album plays with bold textural contrast, but doesn’t dig as deep as it should.