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Album cuts through the bullshit, offering introspective lyrics that feel very good to scream.

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A man with a guitar singing about a man with a rifle. What more could we want?

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Sympathy for Life a Classic New York Album

Parquet Courts delivers something kinetic, a project bursting with life that remains extremely focused.

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Uncle Neil “Captured in his Prime, Remaining as Poignant and Punk as Ever” in this 70s throwback.

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Iron Maiden Senjutsu: Band Rusting, But Intact

Latest from Heavy Metal gods requires a degree of commitment, but “patience is no sin”.

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star-crossed: "A Flawed Tragedy in 3 Acts"

Musgraves’ star-crossed offers new sounds and some of her best individual musicality.

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The Metallica Blacklist: A Worthy Reimagining

The Metallica Blacklist offers a compelling look at the diaspora of Metallica’s influence.

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Happier Than Ever Finds Billie Eilish Matured

In Happier Than Ever, Eilish confronts her meteoric rise to fame with a knife.

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Olivia Rodrigo's SOUR: A Teen Angst Masterpiece

SOUR is not only one of the best albums of 2021, but one of the best debut albums of all time.

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