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I have a confession to make. In the last.... I don't know, 24 hours or so, I've listened to a song approximately 100 times. This song is performed by a man who began his professional career as a football player, and then became a professional wrestler. This song was written by a man who dressed up in colonial garb every day for the better part of the last two years. And this song... is......
Forget her trademark “decadence” and alleged obsession with the upper classes: the defining trait of Sofia Coppola’s films is in fact her impeccable use of music. Coppola can make cheesy, overplayed hits sound fresh and racy again, as when Heart’s period-appropriate “Magic Man” introduces Trip Fontaine in The Virgin Suicides; she has a sense of tone and mood that makes the use of My Bloody Valentine’s “Sometimes” in Lost in Translation feel like a...
Sunday night I went on the world's most perfect first date. Then, I returned home to discover my ex had been on a date recently, too. But his “date” was with Carly Rae Jepsen, and it was for work. He'd written a piece for Noisey's much-maligned “First Date” series about the pop star. Her breathtaking 2015 pop album E•MO•TION was one of the primary records I used to get over him. Being confronted with...

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