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The Attack Get Sentimental on “Sons And Daughters”
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The Attack Get Sentimental on “Sons And Daughters”

“Sons and Daughters” isn’t your average punk anthem. Rather than sticking to the usual punk fodder–namely, rage and rebellion–Floridian punk rockers The Attack are going hard in the opposite direction. On their single, which will be featured on their album On Condition this November, the group successfully marries basic punk structure with an emotional and even touching ballad about staying close to the people you love most.

Glowing Red Crucifixes And Panthers Usher In A New Era Of The Weeknd in “Starboy”
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Glowing Red Crucifixes And Panthers Usher In A New Era Of The Weeknd in “Starboy”

If his lyrics and video are any indication, he smashes up his old records and tells us he’s switching up his style for any lane. He pays tribute to sports cars with those name drops of a Blue Mulsanne and an SV Roadster. When he gets into that McLaren in the end with the panther, he’s literally speeding off for something better with a newfound fierceness. If you look very, very closely, you can probably see my eyes rolling off my head. Subtlety is truly a lost art form.

We’re Lying Whole: Julie Hanse’s “It’s Not”
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We’re Lying Whole: Julie Hanse’s “It’s Not”

Don’t we need the small little nagging on the heart to contextualize the twinkling eye mornings? It’s the saying our father’s told us: “There is not such thing as Evil without Good; no light without the dark.” You need the prospective of one to create a comprehensible microcosm for the idea to exist, for in the vacuum, nothing makes sense.

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