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Review: ‘The Divine Feminine’ – Mac Miller

It would appear that Mac Miller is not keen on plateauing anytime soon. The former frat rap star has continued his dramatic artistic evolution with The Divine Feminine, a tightly wound concept album centered around the endlessly fascinating topic of love. Miller’s last LP, GO:OD

Review: “Blonde” and “Endless” – Frank Ocean

Frank Ocean has a lot of feelings. He let us know that in his first album, Channel Orange, and the mixtape, Nostalgia, ULTRA, that preceded it. He continues to do so on his newly released albums, Blonde, and his visual album, Endless. Frank Ocean sings

Review: “Freetown Sound” – Blood Orange

Editor’s Note: This review was originally published by Off-Kilter. This is a political album but, as is the norm with Dev Hynes, it is so much more than that. Beyond being a fusion of jazz, pop and R&B with influences ranging from Michael Jackson to Prince

Review: “Double Vanity” – BRONCHO

On paper, the Norman, Okla.-based band BRONCHO are frequently dubbed “garage pop.” But when you consider the cavernous sound they cultivated for their third LP, Double Vanity, “warehouse pop” might be the better description. In fact, Double Vanity was recorded in a warehouse. But man,