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Electric Guest has an infectious energy—so much so, that after sitting down with the duo (comprised of Asa Taccone and Matthew Compton) for just half an hour, I left feeling more psyched than ever about their new album. The band’s second studio album, Plural, is out February 17, and is the follow-up to 2012’s Mondo. After five years out of the spotlight, they released “Dear to Me,” a single featuring Haim, in November as a...
On opening weekend, the theater I have selected does not play Hidden Figures in its primary auditorium. That auditorium is reserved for Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, which has been out for several weeks. This smaller auditorium is filled to capacity. It was the former balcony of the primary auditorium that has since been converted. During Jim Crow, theaters were segregated, and black filmgoers in America could only watch from the balcony seats....
Ben Greenberg and Michael Berdan have slashed out a unique space in New York music. Their second full-length album, entitled Wake in Fright, is a pummeling collection of metal riffs, industrial textures, and brutal vocals. Greenberg says the album, “is our response to and our reflection of the overwhelming violence, chaos, hate, and destruction that confronts us.” The album was released January 20, 2017 on Sacred Bones, and feels all too appropriate right now....
2016 was a big year for Chance The Rapper, who put out the wildly successful project Coloring Book in May, and saw it resonate with fans and audiences alike for the remaining seven months of the year before dropping another project with Jeremih, the seasonal Merry Christmas Lil' Mama, just before the year's conclusion. Now, Chance is already on his way to continuing that winning streak, as he's atop the bill for the 2017 iteration of NYC's Governors...

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