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Graveyard: Innocence & Decadence

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GeorgeStaggers27: Though they’ve netted comparisons to everyone from Black Sabbath to Thin Lizzy, if there is an analog in the history of hard rock to the Swedish group Graveyard, it is probably Judas Priest. Both bands have roots in blues, both have a fondness...

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Ryan Adams: 1989

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GeorgeStaggers27: Ryan Adams' cover of Taylor Swift's 1989 is a lot of fun to think about and talk about, but not much fun to listen to. It is, in other words, a pure product of the Internet—a robust, cross-platform, thinkpiece-generating app that testifies...

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Mariah: Utakata no Hibi

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GeorgeStaggers27: Throughout its long, slow journey west, Mariah’s Utakata no Hibi has been an album without context. After a dormant period at home among Japan’s vinyl geek underground, the 1983 record began to spread farther in 2008, when the tastemaking...

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Casey Veggies: Live & Grow

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GeoffreyReinhardt25: California rapper Casey Veggies desperately wants to create a storyline on his debut studio LP Live & Grow. His father—"Big Joe," a former Jay Z bodyguard—appears on the intro track, "I'm the King", praising his son's mixtape efforts...

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The World Is a Beautiful Place & I Am No Longer Afraid to Die: Harmlessness

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GeorgeStaggers27: Emo is a genre built on divisive vocals, and the World Is a Beautiful Place & I Am No Longer Afraid to Die represented the entire spectrum of such voices on their debut Whenever, If Ever. Between the screamy guy, the yelpy guy, the nervous...

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Chevel: Blurse

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GeorgeStaggers27: Chevel is a young European producer with fashionable friends—he's had a long working relationship with fellow Italian Lucy—good DJ bookings, his own label (Enklav), and a fair amount of hype. He also has something a lot of precocious...

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Sarah Kirkland Snider: Unremembered

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GeorgeStaggers27: Released five years ago, Sarah Kirkland Snider's Penelope cemented her as one of the decade’s most gifted up-and-coming modern classical composers. Emotionally fraught and cloudy, the words used an amnesiac soldier’s...

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Doe Paoro: After

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GeorgeStaggers27: It was bound to happen. As more and more bands in the extended Bon Iver family have made use of Justin Vernon’s April Base studio in the tiny village of Fall Creek, Wis., the location and the sensibilities of the musicians who overlap on these...

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Drew McDowall: Collapse

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GeorgeStaggers27: Like anyone involved in the intricate network of bands that sprang from Throbbing Gristle, Drew McDowall has contributed to a number of projects over the past few decades. He’s most notable for his tenure in Psychic TV in the '80s and Coil...

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Fetty Wap: Fetty Wap

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GeoffreyReinhardt25: It's hard not to root for Fetty Wap, the rapper whose irrepressible 2014 single "Trap Queen" went from Tri-State SoundCloud sensation to this year's late-pass song of the summer. The 24-year-old, born Willie Maxwell, is unshakably positive,...

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Big Boi / Phantogram: Big Grams

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GeorgeStaggers27: As a solo rapper, Big Boi has been pushing steadily against the old preconception that he was the less-daring half of Outkast. On all three of his solo albums—Speakerboxxx counts— he happily explored his quirks, establishing himself as someone...

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Wand: 1000 Days

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GeorgeStaggers27: On their third album, Los Angeles’ Wand gracefully sidestep the potential pitfalls of psychedelic songwriting—meandering guitars, rambling lyrics, directionless tracks. They ground the blurry, bizarre visions established on their previous...

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Deafheaven: New Bermuda

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GeorgeStaggers27: Nothing about the band Deafheaven makes literal sense, starting with their place in the world. They are a black metal-ish band, but black metal fans either hate them or engage in constant, spirited discussions about why they don't. Their breakout,...

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The Dead Weather: Dodge and Burn

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GeoffreyReinhardt25: It's entirely possible that when Jack White allegedly threatened to beat up Black Keys drummer Patrick Carney in a New York City bar earlier this month he was doing some street-team marketing for the new Dead Weather record. Because whenever...

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Mercury Rev: The Light In You

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GeorgeStaggers27: It’s been seven years since Mercury Rev's last album, and even by this long-suffering band’s standards, the ensuing period was tumultuous. When we last heard from them, they seemed to be tentatively stepping away from their Catskills-scaled...

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