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Julianna Barwick

The late rapper Juice WRLD. His posthumous full-length, Legends Never Die, tops our list of the best new albums out this week. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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July 10, 2020

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Top row: Sturgill Simpson, Beth Orton; Bottom row: Damien Jurado, Julianna Barwick Courtesy of the artists hide caption

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New Mix: Sturgill Simpson, Beth Orton, Julianna Barwick, Damien Jurado, More

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Julianna Barwick's new album, Nepenthe, comes out August 20. Shawn Brackbill/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Julianna Barwick, 'Nepenthe'

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Wye Oak's Civilian, known now and forever as Stephen Thompson's third favorite record of 2011. Merge Records hide caption

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'Civilian' by Wye Oak

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For Pesky Relatives, A Musical Gift Guide

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Brian Eno (right) and his protege, composer Ben Frost, are featured at this year's Unsound Festival in New York City. Kirsten Holst hide caption

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Audio Only: Julianna Barwick's Tiny SXSW Concert

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Hear 'The Magic Place' In Its Entirety

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