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James Blake paints with moody, mature palette on new album

What began as radio silence became watercolors instead. Initially titled Radio Silence, James Blake’s highly anticipated third album The Colour in Anything finds Blake at his most mature, stripped of pretense and painting honest portraits of his maturation into adult life through adult love. In the past few years, James
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Beyonce reigns supreme on surprise release ‘Lemonade’

Lemonade is Beyonce’s most introspective, personal and revealing album to date. Sure, her 2013 eponymous album delved into more mature and social themes, but Lemonade takes these ideas to a completely new level, weaving two distinct threads through the album about her private struggles and her identity as a black
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Weezer wrestles with nostalgia on latest record

One day, Weezer may run out of colors. But for now, they’ve settled on white for the release of their fourth self-titled album and follow-up to last year’s well-received Everything Will be Alright in the End. The white album — the band refers to their self-titles by color — is
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