So the streaming hype annoyed you, but you’ll want to express that annoyance the right way.
The times haven’t changed that much.
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Her second novel is a giddily creepy thriller out this month from Random House.
“He fell, rolled on the floor, kicking like a kid, laughing.”
An hour with the music producer at Jungle City Studios feels like a minor form of time travel.
Blame the Internet.
As her new documentary reminds us, pop’s reigning overachiever is at her best when she’s wrestling with that very identity.
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Kendrick Lamar, Chairlift, Cloud Nothings, and more.
The lead singer lives in a 450-square-foot apartment. Some band members don’t even have health insurance. Is rock stardom any way to make a living?
The performance may not have been the greatest, but nobody seemed to mind.
Our music critic on what’s bouncing around his head this week.
On their sophomore album, the British trio face an audience that’s built up a tolerance for their sound.
Our music critic reviews Deacon’s America and Dear’s Beams.
The two musicians talk about their new horn-heavy collaboration.
Boosted by controversy, post-punk band releases great new single.
Our music critic reveals what’s bouncing around his head.
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