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Brooklyn Horror Film Festival 2016: 'Let Her Out'

There are moments that peek out from the general blandness of this film, moments that display artistry and the potential for something greater.

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Mozart's Sister: Hello EP

Mozart's Sister has all the energy and daring of the truest ignored sibling.

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Kindness: World, You Need a Change of Mind

Kindness's debut sounds like Adam Bainbridge is trying to party, but he’s so intoxicated he’s not sure what party he’s at. And that's what makes it so much fun.

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White Lies: iTunes Festival London 2011

Yes, this question's got a hold on me: Why does a band that relies on studio clean-up bother releasing live content that is so dull and subpar?

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El Debarge: Second Chance

The former '80s star says goodbye to his former life and hello to the future. Welcome back!

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All or Nothing! Back to the '80s With Cauldron

Got a craving for some classic heavy metal? Canadian trio Cauldron evokes the classic sounds and aesthetic of the '80s better than anyone today.

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Cale Parks: To Swift Mars

To Swift Mars samples the ‘80s pop zeitgeist to various effect, but is strongest in its least nostalgic moments.

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New Gold Dream Fades: The Rise and Fall of Simple Minds

How a post-punk synth band became a poor man's U2.

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Daryl Hall & John Oates: Live at the Troubadour

Vintage pop duo gives it one more go.

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Guitar Hero Encore: Rocks the 80s

Guitar Hero has largely always been rocking the '80s.

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