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New chapter, same narrator: Sharon Van Etten is better than ever on Remind Me Tomorrow

It’s been nearly five years since Sharon Van Etten released Are We There―which means it’s also been nearly five years without that voice. The Brooklyn-based singer-songwriter has long possessed the secret power to sound woefully resigned to the poetic drudgery of life while simultaneously prophetic in her realization of that. Though Van Etten is a […]

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Three Beats: Local MC Vic Spencer goes in on Odd Future; Jeanine O’Toole leaves the Hideout; My Silence borrows Sharon Van Etten

HIP-HOP | Vic Spencer goes in on Odd Future Advance copies of Tyler, the Creator’s Goblin were hard to come by, and his label, XL Recordings, managed to keep it from leaking until just days before its release date—but it seems like every music critic alive wrote about Tyler and Odd Future before the album […]