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Parquet Courts Sympathy for Life Album Review
Sympathy for Life a Classic New York Album

Parquet Courts delivers something kinetic, a project bursting with life that remains extremely focused.

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Neil Young Carnegie Hall 1970 Album Review
Neil Young’s Carnegie Hall 1970 "an Incredible Artifact"

Uncle Neil “Captured in his Prime, Remaining as Poignant and Punk as Ever” in this 70s throwback.

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Iron Maiden Senjutsu Album Review
Iron Maiden's Senjutsu Rocks Familiar

Latest album from Heavy Metal gods, Senjutsu, requires a degree of commitment, but “patience is no sin”.

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Kacey Musgraves star-crossed Album Review
star-crossed: "A Flawed Tragedy in 3 Acts"

star-crossed offers new sounds from Musgraves, some of her best individual musicality, and takes impressive risks.

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The Metallica Blacklist Album Review
The Metallica Blacklist: A Worthy Reimagining

The Metallica Blacklist offers a compelling look at the diaspora of Metallica’s influence.

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Billie Eilish Happier Than Ever Album Review
Happier Than Ever Finds Billie Eilish Matured

With her new release, Happier Than Ever, Eilish confronts her meteoric rise to fame with a knife.

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Olivia Rodrigo Sour Album Review
Olivia Rodrigo's SOUR: A Teen Angst Masterpiece

SOUR is not only one of the best albums of 2021, but one of the best debut albums of all time.

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Binaural Beats Album Reviews

Want to fall in love with your next favorite vinyl record? Let the review team at Binaural Beats point you in the right direction. We staff experts across genres, from classic rock diehards dissecting Iron Maiden to industry-keen popaholics relishing Olivia Rodrigo. All deliver their hottest takes and music ratings on the best new releases, plus classic albums worth revisiting.

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