In Review: A Celestial Flight Through Yung Lean’s Mind in “Stardust”

When he joins forces with production masters like Skrillex, fine-tuned vocalists like twigs and his classic squad of Swedes, Lean shows that he has no reason to be humble.
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In Review: Purgatory Sounds Like a Hell of a Time in The Weeknd’s “Dawn FM”

The Weeknd’s ambitions to bend genres and explore new sonic territories within his own paracosm results in a record that is quite commendable, if not dazzlingly timeless.
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In Review: Beach House’s “Once Twice Melody: Chapter 2” Fights Ephemerality Through Repetition

The chapter showcases the band’s versatile ability to stroll between experimentation, love ballads, psychedelia, shoegaze, and ethereal sounds.
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In Conversation With Isla Vista Band The Framers

The Framers are back in action, ready to go wherever they are taken.
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Dream Through the End of the World With Lana Del Rey’s “Blue Banisters”

The record is so calming and beautiful that if you were to fall asleep to it, you would dream beautiful dreams.
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