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Even non-Swifties like sophomore Megan Beu can admit Taylor Swift’s recent release of “Red (Taylor’s Version)” encompassed the year for many — the heartbroken, the scream-criers and the casual pop fan.  While albums such as …

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Following the release of her 2019 extended play (EP), “Ama, who?” London-based R&B artist Ama Lou returned Nov. 26 with “AT LEAST WE HAVE THIS,” a release captivating in its versatility and triumphant in its …

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Fans have been waiting six years — well, five years and 364 days —  for this and it’s finally here. Adele’s new album, “30,”exposes a sincere view of the dreamy yet devastating nature of love.  …

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“Red (Taylor’s Version),” the outstanding rendition of the 2012 breakup album, puts the initial album to shame.  Taylor Swift is famously re-recording her first six albums as a way to win back her masters, which …

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Jeremy Zucker played an energetic yet fairly standard pop show at Chicago’s House of Blues  (329 N. Dearborn St.) Nov 8. Toronto-based Babygirl, the second opening act, gave a subdued performance that perfectly matched their …

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Following his 2020 releases of both “Limbo” and “Limbo (Deluxe),” Portland rapper Aminé returns with the playfully light “TWOPOINTFIVE.” It’s unclear whether the album’s buoyancy is due to its lightness or its hollowness. Beginning the …

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ABBA fans, rejoice. The four beloved Swedish heroes of ’70s and ’80s pop are back together to release “Voyage,” their first studio album in 40 years. The album’s first singles, “Don’t Shut Me Down” and …

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It’s officially spooky season, and there’s no better way to get in the mood than listening to a specially-curated Halloween playlist. Whether gearing up for a Halloween party, meandering around a pumpkin patch or just …