David Longstreth side-steps the self-indulgence and delivers quirk, wit, and warmth on his brightest album yet.
Articles by David Sackllah
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The veteran dream-pop duo find a renewed energy on their seventh album.
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The Swedish sibling duo expand into new territories without ever being groundbreaking.
A space oddity of a list from the heathens who sold the world.
A thorough study at the renaissance man’s oft-forgotten roles.
Bono sounds confused on the much-delayed followup to Songs of Innocence.