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Mase: Harlem World

Each Sunday, Pitchfork takes an in-depth look at a significant album from the past, and any record not in our archives is eligible. Today, we revisit the debut album from Mase, an icon of the shiny suit era who turned the Bad Boy throne into a recliner....

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Various Artists: Tiny Changes: A Celebration of Frightened Rabbit's The Midnight Organ Fight'

Completed before the death of Frightened Rabbits Scott Hutchison, this tribute to the bands most celebrated album takes a relaxed, occasionally unconventional approach....

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Brian Eno: Apollo: Atmospheres & Soundtracks - Extended Edition

The 1983 film score aspired to the weightlessness of outer space. A remastered edition adds an albums worth of new songs that reflect how far weve come from the Apollo missions optimism....

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KAINA: Next to the Sun

The daring Chicago pop artist explores resilience and hard-won triumphs against a backdrop of hatred and brutality....

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Mal Blum: Pity Boy

The New York singer-songwriter shifts from acoustic folk into potent pop-punk that recalls both Hop Along and Titus Andronicus....

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Maxo Kream: Brandon Banks

Sordid family history has long been the source of the Houston rappers most resonant storytelling. His latest project is such a major leap in craft and style, it becomes a superpower....

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Stereolab: Emperor Tomato Ketchup

Their fourth album revealed the band to be unparalleled pop architects. They were brilliant in the studio, crafting groovy, socialist call-to-actions with a sound from out of time and place....

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