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Christopher Ownes New Testament cover
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Christopher Ownes New Testament cover

Christopher Ownes New Testament cover
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Owens’s Personal ‘Testament’

Owens has been empowered by his transition from a fairly straightforward indie surf-rock, Coachella-playing band to a more experimental solo career that shares the eclecticness of his musical talent.

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iceage promo

iceage promo
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Hear Me Out: Iceage, 'How Many'

Iceage’s pent-up frustration is very good news for the listener—judging by “How Many,” there will be plenty of energetic angst to fuel their upcoming album, "Plowing into the Field of Love."

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tomorrow's modern boxes cover

tomorrow's modern boxes cover
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Yorke Breaks Out of the ‘Box’

“Tomorrow’s Modern Boxes” continues Thom Yorke’s search for a transformation. With the total abandonment of guitar, the addition of repetitive and pulsing synths, and a new, emotionally reserved sound, Yorke presents his most minimalistic and contemplative work yet.

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kendrick lamar promo

kendrick lamar promo
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Hear Me Out: Kendrick Lamar, 'i'

Although the intro proclaims that Kendrick is “not a rapper, he's a writer, he's an author,” the song doesn’t demonstrate Kendrick’s narrative prowess to the extent of his past work. It does, however, evidence Kendrick’s versatility.

Aretha Franklin
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Aretha Franklin

Aretha Franklin with a bow on her head.

Aretha Franklin
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Trending: Aretha Franklin Covers 'Rolling In The Deep', World Cries

Most recently famous for wearing a giant bow on her head at President Obama's inauguration, this is obvoiusly the beginning of Franklin's comeback.

syro cover
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syro cover

syro cover
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Mesmerizing 'Syro' Marks an Expert's Return

After his 13-year hiatus, 43-year-old Richard James proves that the way to push electronic music forward isn’t by searching for the ultra-bizarre, but by taming and combining the sounds we know into a work as mesmerizing as “Syro.”

cool choices cover
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cool choices cover

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sbtrkt wonder cover

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childish-gambino-promo

Echelman string sculpture
Visual Arts

Painting the Town: Boston's Big Art

Boxes
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ISIL is Not the End of the World

Difficulty Defining
Columns

The Difficulty of Defining Difficulty

Reshuffling the Caseload
College

Unloading the Ad Board