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Critical Voices: Thomas Rhett, <i>Life Changes</i>

Critical Voices: Thomas Rhett, Life Changes

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09/22/2017

Life Changes is country pop act Thomas Rhett’s third studio album since his 2013 debut. It is reminiscent of the transition seen in Taylor Swift’s Red, with the sound caught somewhere in the limbo between country and pop music. Despite song titles like “Drink a Little Beer” that might suggest an older audience, his album…

Concert Review: The Weeknd, Sept. 15, Capital One Arena

Concert Review: The Weeknd, Sept. 15, Capital One Arena

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09/19/2017

In line with the 80’s sci-fi themes of his latest album Starboy, Abel Tesfaye, better known as the Weeknd, opened his show at Capital One Arena on Sept. 15 amidst clouds of smoke. As an illuminated spaceship-like structure slowly rose above the stage to dramatic, synthesized organ music, he dove into the title track of…

Good Things Come in Threes at Touchstone Gallery

Good Things Come in Threes at Touchstone Gallery

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09/19/2017

At Touchstone Gallery in downtown D.C., three separate collections will be running until the 1st of October. The collections, “About Face: Reversals and Undoings,” “Physiognomy,” and “Ordered Complexities,” are all intricate explorations of the world around us, though they have little in common at the surface. For first timers at the Touchstone Gallery, the “About…

Critical Voices: The Script, <i>Freedom Child</i>

Critical Voices: The Script, Freedom Child

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09/18/2017

Known for popular songs “Breakeven” and “Hall of Fame,” The Script released their fifth album, Freedom Child, on Sept 1. The band debuted at number one on the UK charts, marking the fourth time to do so in the group’s career. In response to their ever-growing success, the Script explained to OfficialCharts.com in September that, “You…

Concert Preview: Broken Social Scene, September 20, 9:30 Club

Concert Preview: Broken Social Scene, September 20, 9:30 Club

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09/16/2017

With the release of their fifth studio album, Hug of Thunder, indie-rock band Broken Social Scene continues its international tour at the 9:30 Club in Washington, D.C. on September 20. The band’s spectrum of music is broad. Eerie, experimental and wordless tracks blend smoothly into synth-driven pseudo dance tracks. They are masters of the morose,…

Critical Voices: Alvvays, <i>Antisocialites</i>

Critical Voices: Alvvays, Antisocialites

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09/15/2017

After spending most of her time on tour for the last few years, Molly Rankin, frontwoman of indie band Alvvays, decided to escape to Toronto Island. There, she found inspiration to begin writing the band’s new album, Antisocialites. On the surface, it is a simple pop album about heartbreak. However, this is just a stage—what…

Critical Voices: Neil Young, <i>Hitchhiker</i>

Critical Voices: Neil Young, Hitchhiker

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09/15/2017

Throughout his long and storied career, Neil Young has distinguished himself as one the most influential and unique voices in folk rock. Young cut to the fore of the genre with his instantly recognizable delivery, deeply descriptive and moving storytelling, and unflinching accounts of violence and drug abuse. In Hitchhiker, Young is at top form,…

<i>It</i> Captivates with both Scares and Laughs

It Captivates with both Scares and Laughs

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09/15/2017

Adapting a Stephen King novel is never an easy task. Most directors have struggled with walking a fine line between creative liberty and adherence to the source material. When filmmakers work hard to create a movie that will please both King fans and the general public, it can go a long way, as evidenced by…

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