Damon Albarn and co. reckon with the ghosts of the past and Britain’s unsure future.
Articles by Robert Ham
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Another entry that shows the reclusive artist’s long hiatus is clearly paying dividends.
The full clip for the lead single of the rockers’ debut full-length.
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The New York-based trio have all the ingredients to achieve something spectacular.
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The Swedish quartet drops their most daring and expansive album yet
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Her old fans should appreciate this wiser, more mature Shania.