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    On a single colored by her own experiences with success, Mitski strikes a tentative bargain with fame and seeks a reason to keep living. Source link More

  • Trashcan Sinatras: I’ve Seen Everything

    Trashcan Sinatras: I’ve Seen Everything

    The beloved Scottish indie rock band reissues their 1993 sophomore album, a fan favorite, one that exemplifies the band’s communal songwriting and their indelible romanticism and pop instincts.  Source link More

  • Aeon Station: “Queens”

    Aeon Station: “Queens”

    The first song from the Wrens co-founder’s new project asks: Can a great band wait so long that it loses its shot? Source link More

  • Laura Nyro: American Dreamer

    Laura Nyro: American Dreamer

    The 8xLP box set gathers the ’60s and ’70s studio recordings of a singer-songwriter whose melodically intricate work had a profound impact on Joni Mitchell, Elton John, and Steely Dan. Source link More

  • “I Don’t Live Here Anymore”

    “I Don’t Live Here Anymore”

    The title track of the Philadelphia band’s upcoming album celebrates getting to the point in life when you’re no longer drowning in waves of old memories but surfing atop them. Source link More

  • The War on Drugs: “I Don’t Live Here Anymore”

    The War on Drugs: “I Don’t Live Here Anymore”

    The title track of the Philadelphia band’s upcoming album celebrates getting to the point in life when you’re no longer drowning in waves of old memories but surfing atop them. Source link More

  • Snail Mail: “Valentine”

    Snail Mail: “Valentine”

    Even as she grapples with prying eyes and unsteady feelings, Lindsey Jordan emphasizes the force of her devotion to her lover on her new single. Source link More

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