Tegan and Sara perform in 2016 in Australia.
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October 25, 2018 The duo has carved out a version (and vision) of womanhood in response to the sexism and homophobia it faced, amassing a fiercely loyal fanbase that celebrates the twins' radical individuality.
The '80s VHS-style art for Gotye's "Somebody That I Used To Know" as reimagined by YouTube user TRONICBOX.
July 17, 2018 Search the phrase "80s version" and you'll find dozens of present-day hits reworked with vintage synths and sax solos. Embedded in them is an emotional lesson on what's missing from the streaming era.
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April 26, 2018 The former Supergrass frontman is back with his best solo effort yet.
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April 2, 2018 Settling into a groove requires patience and subtle tweaks. That's the mood on Wye Oak's latest album, but it's also the narrative of the band's career.
Joan Baez's Whistle Down The Wind comes out March 2 on Bobolink and Razor & Tie Records.
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February 22, 2018 With songs written by Tom Waits and Anohni, this timely collection is concerned about the lingering negative reverberations from global discord.
Juliana Hatfield's new album, Juliana Hatfield Sings Olivia Newton-John, comes out April 13
January 22, 2018 Hatfield's reverent, but turbulent cover of Olivia Newton-John's 1978 song asks whether love is the answer at all.
Dream Wife's self-titled debut album comes out Jan. 26.
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January 18, 2018 On its debut album, the London-based punk band combines sticky pop flourishes and bruising sounds with brazen self-assurance.