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Six months into this drought of live music, the chameleonic Gabriel Garzón-Montano has crafted the perfect antidote for lovers of ambitious Latin music.
“The Ascension,” Sufjan Stevens’ first solo album in five years, is deeply, profoundly, weird.
After decades of taking audiences on such far-flung sonic journeys, The Flaming Lips finally feels at home on Earth in their latest release.
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