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Sean Paul: Dutty Rock

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 arrival of Sean Paul, who brought dancehall with all its complexity to the masses....

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Sheer Mag: A Distant Call

The Philadelphia band return with a glorious sheen on their pro-worker, pro-barroom rocknroll....

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De La Noche: Blue Days, Black Nights

The debut from Ivan Howard (Gayngs, Rosebuds) is a frivolous soufflé of soft-rock babymakers and disco deliria that could have been crafted any time in the last fifty years....

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Various: Total Solidarity

A fundraiser for Polish LGBTQIA+ organizations presents a bounty of progressive electronic music, compiling 10 hours of material from Rrose, Violet, Peder Mannerfelt, and more....

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Leo Svirsky: River Without Banks

The Hague-based composer and pianist explores musics transcendent qualities on an album of minimalist piano with subtle new-age overtones....

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Ghost Orchard: Bunny

On his third album, Sam Hall performs lo-fi keyboard-trap doused in the same ecstasy produced by fleeting interactions with your middle-school crush....

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Brockhampton: GINGER

After a brief hiatus, the restlessly creative group returns with a compelling but disjointed record about self-fulfillment....

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