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Her second album is the sound of a successful artist getting bigger than ever

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Tensions between Russia and Ukraine complicate the song contest for the second year in a row

Depeche Mode’s Spirit And The Music Of Resistance

Can synth-pop be a tool to fight fascism?

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The Price Of Neverland

With Michael Jackson’s Southern California ranch up for sale again, the ghosts of his past linger

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With the release of ‘Divide,’ it's safe to admit you love his unabashedly sentimental hits

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Notes on ‘Highway Queen,’ the Nashville retro-modernist’s third album

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On their debut, the L.A. synth-pop trio create a space of warmth and safety