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Florist: Emily Alone

“What is my place in this world?” asks Florist’s Emily Sprague a minute into a record which,...

Blood Orange: Angel’s Pulse

English musician Devonte Hynes, better known as Blood Orange, gives listeners a glance into his stream of...

The Raconteurs: Help Us Stranger

via Third Man Records At this point, it’s hard to believe Jack White’s mid-to-late career story has seen...

Injury Reserve: Injury Reserve

Arizona hip-hop trio Injury Reserve, composed of rappers Ritchie with a T & Steppa J Groggs with...

Vampire Weekend: Father of the Bride

After much anticipation and slight skepticism, Vampire Weekend released their newest album, Father of the Bride on...

King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard: Fishing for Fishies

Australian psychedelic-garage rock group King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard attempt to tackle themes of environmentalism, with...

Jessica Pratt: Quiet Signs

On her third studio album, Los Angeles-based singer-songwriter Jessica Pratt comes forward with what may be her...

Khalid: Free Spirit

Khalid became a voice for young adults of the 21st century in 2017 when he released the...

Weyes Blood: Titanic Rising

Natalie Mering seems to smile in the face of disaster. Titanic Rising, her latest record as Weyes...

Sigrid: Sucker Punch

The 22 year-old Norwegian artist, Sigrid, has proven before that she is capable of producing, to put...

Billie Eilish: When We Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?

Breaking onto the scene at just age 14 with her 2016 viral hit...

Orville Peck: Pony

The lonesome cowboy. Who is he? What’s he doing? Where’s he going? We may never know as...
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