A Perfect Circle: Three Sixty
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A Perfect Circle: Three Sixty

It’s hard not to feel about A Perfect Circle’s new album Three Sixty that they’re…

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Revisit: The Chemical Brothers: Exit Planet Dust
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Revisit: The Chemical Brothers: Exit Planet Dust

The typical club dance floor in the early ‘90s was largely dominated by a simple…

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Bad Religion: Christmas Songs
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Bad Religion: Christmas Songs

Really? Really. This is happening. The same band who from namesake to hit singles flew…

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DJ Rashad: Double Cup
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DJ Rashad: Double Cup

Welcome to the world of Chicago footwork. It’s important to understand the context of a…

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Eminem: The Marshall Mathers LP 2
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Eminem: The Marshall Mathers LP 2

Soliciting pity is an unusual way to approach your fans with a new record. That’s…

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Laurel Halo: Chance of Rain
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Laurel Halo: Chance of Rain

It’s easy to call Hyperdub a progressive electronic music label but what does that really…

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List Inconsequential: Unhappy Halloween
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List Inconsequential: Unhappy Halloween

This time of the year the sun seems to fade prematurely. There’s a chill in…

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The Avett Brothers: Magpie and the Dandelion
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The Avett Brothers: Magpie and the Dandelion

Girls Against Boys: The Ghost List
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Girls Against Boys: The Ghost List

In the Venn diagram of popular music, the same overlaps tend to emerge consistently. Where…

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Mike Doughty: Circles Super Bon Bon Sleepless …
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Mike Doughty: Circles Super Bon Bon Sleepless …

Sometimes things feel unfinished. Certainly that’s true if the peak of your commercial success was…

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