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'Revolution Girl Style Now!' and Forever.
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How the Indie Kids of 2018 Found Solace in Bedroom Pop
From Clairo to Yellow Days, young acts are winning young fans with their frank discussions of heartbreak and mental health.
Why 2018 Was The Year of The Revisionist Music Movie
From Bohemian Rhapsody to a fly-on-the-wall documentary about Whitney, it seemed this year there were more music movies than ever.
The 1975's New Album Is a Hopeful Chronicle of Our Times
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Way Out West
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At Melbourne's Margaret Court Arena on Tuesday, Bloc Party put on a stunner of a show (even if it exposed the faults in our former indie lifestyles.)
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The elusive British producer's two singles effected music in far-reaching ways that continue to be felt even today.
Lil Peep’s First Posthumous Album Is Haunted By What Could Have Been
'Come Over When You're Sober Pt. 2' was put together by close collaborators in the year following the rising musician's tragic death. It's beautiful, and so hard to listen to.
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From M People and Liquid to Bulgarian DJ KiNK, Marshall Jefferson's bittersweet chords on Cece Rogers’ “Someday” still stand the test of time.
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