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Father John Misty tries something new with “Chloë and the Next 20th Century”

Father John Misty, who I discovered last month, has quickly ascended my pantheon of most-listened artists and claimed the title of “folk rock icon” in my mind. I started listening to him the day he dropped the lead single to his new album “Funny Girl,” and I was hooked on its unique sound. The next […]

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On a weekend of major musical releases, Mitski’s ‘Laurel Hell’ carves out its niche

A departure from her usual sound, Mitski’s “Laurel Hell” is still engrossingly emotional.

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