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Devotion lacks the clarity and urgency of Tirzah's earlier work.

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'Curb Your Enthusiasm' S9 Couldn't Find Its Rhythm

Curb Your Enthusiasm's well-established characters are reacting to their former selves, rather than inhabiting or reinventing themselves. Thus, it loses the rhythms and inflections that once made the show so consistently, diabolically funny.

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Me, Myself, and I: 'Curb Your Enthusiasm' and the Art of Being a Sociopath

Seinfeld and Curb Your Enthusiasm, are not shows about nothing -- they're about everything. They’re shows about people who cannot have a thought without vocalizing it, regardless of the social or emotional consequences.

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Metz: Strange Peace

On the band's third album, there is a constant search for a frequency that is thrilling and a commitment to it.

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Colin Stetson: All This I Do For Glory

On his most recent release, Stetson produces some of the most intense expressions of his virtuosity.

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Groundswell: An Interview With Angaleena Presley

The former Pistol Annie's brazen new album reflects on her time in the music industry and the future it holds for women.

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Lil Durk: They Forgot

They Forgot highlights Lil Durk’s gift for creating momentum.

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Write Better Songs: An Interview with Sleigh Bells' Derek Miller

On the band’s fourth album, Sleigh Bells’ Derek Miller fought to set parameters for their expansive sound.

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Hamilton Leithauser + Rostam: I Had a Dream That You Were Mine

On their first collaborative album, Hamilton Leithauser and Rostam Batmanglij linger in unrequited love.

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On Still Brazy, unresolved tensions tug at YG.

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