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In-demand pop producer Greg Kurstin gives the album some extra gloss, but it’s not like he has turned the Foos into a dance-pop act.

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September 21st, 2017

In-demand pop producer Greg Kurstin gives the album some extra gloss, but it’s not like he has turned the Foos into a dance-pop act.

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    After its work on a Grateful Dead covers album, the band has learned to stretch out and experiment with more gusto.

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    “We’ve chilled out a little, but we’re still sort of immature.”

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    The Killers, Taylor Swift, Foo Fighters and other big upcoming releases.

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    He brewed up this music in a remote part of Australia, while living in a house approachable only by rowboat.

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    As with LCD’s previous works, it might take a few years to unpack everything that’s good here.

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    The record opens with banger “Feet Don’t Fail Me,” which packs enough punch to dominate arenas and clubs.

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    The 11-minute “Thinking of a Place” sounds like Spiritualized covering Bob Dylan.

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    Michelle Zauner of Philly emo outfit Little Big League went out on her own with last year’s Psychopomp, but the follow-up has established her as ...

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    Austra is Katie Stelmanis, a Toronto-based singer-songwriter with a knack for writing and arranging gloomy synth-pop.

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    Of this year’s musical rebukes of the Trump presidency, none resonate quite like this Atlanta quartet’s sophomore LP.

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    The Englishman paints vivid pictures—of Medieval commoners scared to die in battle, struggling to stay fed, warding off dark characters—with a compositional style reminiscent of ...

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    Two songs manage to resonate nonetheless, both alluring ABBA homages aided by Daft Punk’s Thomas Bangalter.

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    If it isn’t quite Lana’s first “happy album,” it’s certainly her most responsible.

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    As usual, these songs are impeccable, but the EP doesn’t quite gel.

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    The shock value takes a backseat to the musicality of the album, but it still leaves us with more questions than answers.

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    By unironically embracing the lush sounds of ’80s soft-rock and ’90s adult contemporary, the sisters have succeeded at making the uncool cool.

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    The rapper has been a lot of things over the course of his career, but vulnerable has rarely been one of them.

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    Although anchored by an eye-popping collection of A-listers, Funk Wav Bounces Vol. 1 has a sturdy foundation.

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    He has has altered the timbre of his vocals, coming off more Robert Smith than Morrissey.

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    Iron Mike’s new version of his one-man show shares stories from his life beyond the ring.

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    Las Vegas' first lady of jazz is ready to bring another dose of Carole King hits to Cabaret Jazz.

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    It’s the hook from “Despacito”—the recent monster smash by another Puerto Rican artist, Luis Fonsi—that’s fueling the current surge.

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    Amenities will include lakes for cable wakeboarding, surf and whitewater rafting; indoor biking and skydiving; towers for rock climbing and bungee jumping; and ziplines.

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    The ribs are rich and smoky, and the brisket is just fatty enough, moist and tender with a thin layer of savory bark.

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    Stylist and salon owner Tzigane Libson knew she wanted to go above and beyond.

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    The always-interesting food journey of Jolene Mannina continues.

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    Also announced: a huge wave of new bands, including Lower Dens, White Reaper and The Regrettes.

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    Spun off the technology that enabled the “silent disco” trend, it uses wireless headphones to transmit music and instruction to yogis.

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    It’s not an ideal platform—the service flatly rejects vertical works—but it is an easy gallery to browse, one that never closes.

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    Flosstradamus plays Intrigue as a warm-up for his big club tour.

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    Don’t skip the colorful, creative cuisine on the Cosmopolitan’s third floor.