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"Big Time" is a timely and timeless representation of Angel Olsen's ability to voyage from genre to genre without breaking a sweat.
Beach House return with their longest album to date; a resplendent auroral exploration that weaves through both habitual and unexpected sonic landscapes.
"Laurel Hell" is an interesting, albeit sonically shallow experiment in synth-pop from Mitski. Her lyricism, however, still shines through.
The first thing you notice about "Jubilee" is how effervescent it sounds. It's full of love, joy, and comfort, with just a dash of heartbreak.
"Someone New" is Helena Deland's first full-length album. Her brilliant songwriting and impeccable guitar playing easily make this one of the best debuts of the year.
Slow Pulp's debut album is a brisk 26-minute long deep-dive into the heart and soul what it means to be young and forlorn.

Film + TV

Bong Joon-ho's 2019 film "Parasite" has garnered major accolades and nominations, including the Academy Award for Best Picture. It's a film deserving of that and so much more; "Parasite" is already a classic.
Dark is, far and away, the best thing Netflix has ever released. It exemplifies a quality of film making that goes above and beyond any regular streaming fare. The cinematography, casting, directing, acting, and writing are all master classes in film making.

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