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Steve Aoki Brings the (Virtual) Rave to You

Isla Vista’s favorite DJ, Steve Aoki, brought the rave to everyone’s living rooms this past Sunday night for a one-and-a-half-hour-long live set streamed straight from his Las Vegas mansion. 
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Creating a New Home: “Unorthodox” Review

This revolutionary and unapologetically unique show remains relatively obscure, and even more than a month after its release it is still deprived of the popular buzz it deserves.
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“Never Have I Ever”: Mindy Kaling’s New Series on Netflix

While “Never Have I Ever” may sound like an otherwise banal and dry teen show from the name, the show presents so much more for the representation of women of color in television.
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Lil Paint-y With Lil Yachty

No Zoom class will ever be quite as entertaining, or maybe even as educational, as this past Friday night’s Yachty art expo.
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A-List of Fun: 5 Video Games To Get You Through Quarantine

From running around with a net Spongebob style catching butterflies to virtually walking through Storke Plaza, here are five of the best video games to keep you sane during quarantine.
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Heidi Klum and Tim Gunn’s “Making the Cut” Barely Makes It Work

If you desperately miss Klum and Gunn and miss watching innovative fashions walk down the runway, this show does the job.
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Artsweek’s Official Pandemic Party Playlist

Here’s a quarantine playlist to enjoy while partying at home with your roommates.
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Tracks of the Month: April 2020

Here's a list of Artsweek's favorite new tracks from April 2020!
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“Outer Banks”: Does Netflix’s New East Coast Teen Drama Live Up to the Hype?

From all these dynamic relationships and conflicts comes an enthralling, 10-episode series full of lust, mystery and absurd twists.
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TikTok: A Cultural Reset of Popularizing Indie Music

Regardless of how you feel about TikTok, there’s no denying that it has had a significant role in reshaping the music industry.
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DaBaby Takes the Heat on “BLAME IT ON BABY”

“BLAME IT ON BABY” sees DaBaby try to emulate the success he found with his first two projects by leaning on his signature aggressive vocals and sardonic flow.
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Rina Sawayama’s Debut Album is a Career-Defining Project

Rina Sawayama’s debut album, “SAWAYAMA,” is finally here, and lives up to the years of hype fans have accumulated towards this project.
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Thundercat Said It Best, “It Is What It Is”

Just enough musical content for a simple drive around town or a walk with a dog, Thundercat managed to condense his entire album into a 37-minute masterpiece.
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The Strokes’ (and the World’s) New Abnormal

Perfect for our new abnormal way of living, the Strokes have come to cure our quarantine depression by releasing their first album in seven years.
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Track Review: “The One” by The Lemon Twigs

The Twigs always serve their indie rock style meshed with ‘70s pop glam, and they have already proven they will continue to do so on future projects.
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