The Taylor Swift: Red (Taylor’s Version) Review

Taylor Swift’s attempt to re-record (and reclaim ownership of) the six albums she released for label Big Machine, which were allegedly sold out from under her to an old rival, continues with the release of Fearless earlier this spring. Red, released in 2012, is one half of some of the greatest pop songs of all […]

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Review: The Lathums’ How Beautiful Life Can Be

The Lathums’ mid-2000s indie revivalism seems a little early in light of the 20-year trend rule. But the Wigan quartet aren’t attempting a return for the genre; rather, they’re part of a relay that’s been going on since the sound’s inception, with the baton passing via Kasabian, Catfish and the Bottlemen, Circa Waves, Blossoms, and […]

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Review of the Jungle: The Great Resumption

If there was ever a moment when people yearned for simple party music, it’s now. When the constraints are lifted, the band emerges: Jungle, a duo of west London singer-producers and their five-piece backup band of live multi-instrumentalists, perform the first of four sold-out London shows before heading to the United States. They must kick […]

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