The looming release of Live in Maui will no doubt add iconic moments to the guitarist’s beautiful and unpredictable legend.
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The once-dominant video game series did as much for multigenerational musical discovery as it did for competitive gaming.
Another eclectic, creative, and clever collection ranging from “loud and jagged to intimate and beautiful.”
Another example of why Daniel Lopatin is such an in-demand and celebrated part of the genre.
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The National frontman aims for a slightly more rustic and modest approach on his first solo outing.
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The English outfit’s first LP in nearly 30 years is triumphantly refreshing yet retro.
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The chart-climbing debut that spawned two decades of collaboration between Maynard James Keenan and Billy Howerdel.