From top left, clockwise: The Suffers, GIVĒON, Saya Gray, Petrol Girls, Regina Spektor,.
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July 1, 2022 June brought us The Suffers' socially conscious party music, Saya Gray's headphones-worthy debut, GIVĒON's R&B ballads, Regina Spektor's elaborate songwriting and Petrol Girls' amped-up punk.
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June 29, 2022 If you do nothing else tonight, close your eyes, rest your head and let this track cradle your brain.
Megan Thee Stallion, performing at Glastonbury Festival in Somerset, U.K. on Sat. June 25, 2022. During her set, Megan spoke out against the Supreme Court's decision overturning Roe v. Wade.
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June 28, 2022 After Friday's Supreme Court decision, artists from around the world spent the following days sharing their reactions and plans for the immediate future.
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June 22, 2022 An indie track with an Americana twist that's equal parts joyous and contemplative.