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Car Seat Headrest Blaze With Indie Rock Dynamism on New Album

“Making a Door Less Open” is the indie rock band’s tenth studio album, and a testament to the band’s propensity for musical innovation and burning lyricism.

‘The Undocumented Americans’ Refuses Stereotypes and Claims its Own Space

Undocumented people need not be “heroes” for their stories to be important, valid, and, above all, told.

Frank Ocean's ‘Dear April’ and ‘Cayendo’ Evoke April Sunshowers

“Dear April” and “Cayendo” are thoughtful and dreamy enough to gratify us until the long-awaited third album comes out.

Perfume Genius Burns Bright on ‘Set My Heart on Fire Immediately’

Perfume Genius’ music blazes with compassion and defiance in equal measure. Listening to his latest album will, without question, set your heart on fire. Immediately.

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Bob Iger’s Disney: A Masterclass in Masscult Pt. I

Too many roads lead to Disney, and not all of them seem paved with gold.

Men Explain Quentin Tarantino to Me

What concessions have to be made to bestow the title of “feminist” upon his films or, alternatively, to take it away?

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