Harverd Dropout sounds more refined and slicker than its self-titled predecessor, but is all the worse for it.
Czarface Meets Ghostface finds everyone besides 7L punching below their weight.
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Xiu Xiu delivers what might be its most adventurous and harrowing album to date... which is saying a lot.
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