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In response to worsening climate change, the psychedelic pop quartet is listening in.
The project, which releases this Friday, aims to ‘strip genitalia away from the norms of music.’
It takes the average college student more than a week to finish a homework assignment, let alone an entire album.
The young, iridescent producer continues to fuse electronic music with dense hyperactivity.
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The eight-track ‘K.T.S.E.’ sees Taylor in gloss, with priceless production behind her and a voice like Noname.
His newest album, ‘Heaven and Earth,’ has glimpses of the once-in-a-generation talent that has the jazz world in awe.
The electronic savant recently released his sophomore album, ‘Compro,’ and is pushing the genre into uncharted, boundary-less territory.
According to the Billboard chart lists from 2007 and 2017, music hasn’t changed all that much.
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‘Wide Awake!’ gives listeners an eclectic, energetic vibe to represent the nation’s unrest.
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