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Allison Stillman


Benny Blanco Keeps Up His Hot Streak on 'Friends Keep Secrets 2'

The hit–making producer doesn't let up on the latest addition to his discography.

Justin Bieber’s New Album Stands For Personal Growth, Not Civil Justice

Bieber's latest studio effort aims for relevance and falls into performative activism.

The Paper Kites Wax Poetic on New Album 'Roses'

The band's latest studio effort is an exercise in low–key dreamy indie–folk.

Billie Eilish is Raw and Relatable in 'The World's A Little Blurry' Documentary

Eilish is redefining what it means to be a popstar, but she's still just a kid. 

Pop Star Sia Misses the Mark with Horribly Ableist 'Music'

The film is not only tone–deaf, but offensive to the very people it claims to support.

Pink Sweat$ takes us to 'Pink Planet' on his new album

The Philadelphia native's new LP is romantic R&B unified with wholesome lyrics.

The Weather Station Combats 'Ignorance' On New Album

Tamara Lindeman illuminates the existential threat of climate change on her latest effort.

Weezer's Quirks Shine Through On 'OK Human'

Though Weezer may never return to the heights of 'Pinkerton,' their latest record is authentic in its simplicity.

Will Live Music Ever Return?

As the pandemic drags on, live music seems as distant as ever.

Biden's Inaugural Playlist Sounds Like Hope and Resilience

With artists like Mac Miller, Kendrick Lamar, and SZA, the new administration's soundtrack is already looking forward.

Taylor Swift’s ‘evermore’ is the Superior Sister Album to ‘folklore’

On the deluxe version of her latest surprise album, Swift improves her intimate new sound.

Pre–2020 Election, Protest Art Demands Change

How artists are calling for a more progressive America
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