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Fans of all ages gathered at The Forum on Wednesday night to see Bring Me the Horizon, an English

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Review: Ariana Grande connects with listeners while healing herself in ‘thank u, next’

The time has finally come for what all Ariana Grande fans have been eagerly anticipating — Grande’s fifth studio

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Chaz Bear talks inner and “Outer Peace” in Toro y Moi album

In its simplest form, the term inner peace idealizes some semblance of internal harmony. Toro y Moi’s 10-track album, “Outer

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Zac Carper reflects on society in FIDLAR album “Almost Free”

FIDLAR’s third studio album “Almost Free” gives off the typical I-don’t-care attitude, but upon further listening, the band touches

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Review: James Blake hits all the right notes with his new album “Assume Form”

A lone piano flourishes out into the darkness — then a click, a bass hit and then James Blake. His

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Review: “Malibu Ken” unites Aesop Rock’s abstract lyricism and TOBACCO’s synthesized rhythm

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Review: “The WIZRD” by Future offers listeners a glimpse into his life and decisions

From the “Astronaut” and “Hendrix,” to “Fire Marshal” and “Pluto,” hip-hop artist Nayvadius DeMun Wilburn, best known as Future,

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