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BROCKHAMPTON’s maturation process continues with their new album, “ROADRUNNER: NEW LIGHT, NEW MACHINE,” which may be the most polished and cohesive project to come from the group yet.
For Swift’s statement to work though, her new version of the album needs to be better than the original to get people to listen to her rerecording. Thankfully for Swift, “Fearless (Taylor’s Version)” does that and more thanks to her vastly improved vocals and six previously-unreleased songs, marketed as “From The Vault.”
While “Green to Gold” is far from ambitious or even striking, it does follow the band’s legacy of novelty, however softly.
Wake up. Shower. Make coffee. Go to work. Take out the trash moments before the garbage truck arrives. It’s a monotony we know all too well, and one that often calls for an escape.
When reading, I often felt as though I was part of a conversation not meant for me.
Even though Zooming was a fine alternative for this situation, it did not replace the enjoyment of the in-person company of others while eating.
Though Nick Jonas is by no means a new artist, he is starting a new chapter in his career.
After watching both back-to-back, the difference between the original release and the new version is truly night and day, and despite the additional two hours, the investment in a new cut was worth it.
They are empowered to do what they love without feeling the pressure to monetize their hobbies nor the need to adhere to a corporate agenda.
When it came time to write about “Cidade de Deus” for class, I wanted to focus on these powerful performances, the unique editing, the perfect score or the exciting camera work, but I couldn’t help but think about the film’s production, response and aftermath, all of which have complicated its legacy.
The best moments on “Life Support” come when Beer combines these two sides – anger and vulnerability – together.
From scholarships to benefit concerts, The Dollywood Foundation has been responsible for improving the lives of many.
Regardless, it’s gratifying to see talented musicians come together to make terrific music, especially considering how hard it is to collaborate virtually in the midst of a pandemic.
In my opinion, Pincho Loco offers the best of both worlds — or rather, the best of multiple worlds.