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Despite the upbeat satisfaction promised by its title, So Far So Good fails to deliver the Chainsmokers’ once-signature electric mass appeal.
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Despite the upbeat satisfaction promised by its title, So Far So Good fails to deliver the Chainsmokers’ once-signature electric mass appeal.
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Anticipated as a potentially promising successor to 2020’s Tickets to My Downfall, the album instead plods through purposeless self-awareness.
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Anticipated as a potentially promising successor to 2020’s Tickets to My Downfall, the album instead plods through purposeless self-awareness.
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The Wombats, the Liverpool group known for zany, indie-rock-leaning pop songs, drew a crowd of staunch fans ready for the band’s high-energy live show.
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The Wombats, the Liverpool group known for zany, indie-rock-leaning pop songs, drew a crowd of staunch fans ready for the band’s high-energy live show.
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Young and Berul may have moved on from singing “Crazy Rap” harmonies at work, but they’re still bringing a fun approach to their passion for music.
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Young and Berul may have moved on from singing “Crazy Rap” harmonies at work, but they’re still bringing a fun approach to their passion for music.
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And while fans may have been excited to take a trip back to their childhoods, the pop-punk song inevitably fails to fully encompass the charm of the glory days.
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And while fans may have been excited to take a trip back to their childhoods, the pop-punk song inevitably fails to fully encompass the charm of the glory days.
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After initially calling it quits in 2015, the UK group’s angular sounds have returned just in time to end your summer with some alternative oomf.
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After initially calling it quits in 2015, the UK group’s angular sounds have returned just in time to end your summer with some alternative oomf.
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State Champs has been enthralling Vans-wearing audiences for the past eight years. Its third album, Living Proof, is a clear declaration that the band isn’t afraid of change.
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State Champs has been enthralling Vans-wearing audiences for the past eight years. Its third album, Living Proof, is a clear declaration that the band isn’t afraid of change.
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Ryan Key and Emo Night Brooklyn brought an event unlike any other to Berkeley. It was about more than just singing along to the music of angsty teens.
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Ryan Key and Emo Night Brooklyn brought an event unlike any other to Berkeley. It was about more than just singing along to the music of angsty teens.
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I found out on the train ride home from Lake Tahoe, where I had spent the weekend. In honor of him, I listened to his music on shuffle, old and new, Highway Companion to Damn the Torpedoes, and watched golden fields of fried grass and stark black cows run past my window. “Square One” consoled me as I traced streams into orange forests. “Rebels” scored the train’s trek across a Sacramento bridge. Tom Petty was dead, and I wasn’t crying. I was remembering.
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I found out on the train ride home from Lake Tahoe, where I had spent the weekend. In honor of him, I listened to his music on shuffle, old and new, Highway Companion to Damn the Torpedoes, and watched golden fields of fried grass and stark black cows run past my window. “Square One” consoled me as I traced streams into orange forests. “Rebels” scored the train’s trek across a Sacramento bridge. Tom Petty was dead, and I wasn’t crying. I was remembering.
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The rest of the album seems to disagree — it’s packed with the raw, bristling energy that brought the band to the fore.
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The rest of the album seems to disagree — it’s packed with the raw, bristling energy that brought the band to the fore.
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