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Earl Sweatshirt Exhibits His Evolution, and 14 More New Songs

Every Friday, pop critics for The New York Times weigh in on the week’s most notable new songs and videos.…

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Latin Grammy Awards 2021: Complete Winners List

[Follow our live coverage of the 2021 Latin Grammy Awards.] The 22nd annual Latin Grammy Awards are taking place in…

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Mon Laferte Wants to Give You Goose Bumps

The Chilean songwriter Mon Laferte has a voice for every passion. She can engage the personal and the political; she…

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Latin Grammys 2021: Complete Nominees List

The 22nd annual Latin Grammy Awards will take place Thursday in Las Vegas at the MGM Grand Garden Arena. The…

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Taylor Swift’s ‘All Too Well’ and the Weaponization of Memory

“A record label didn’t pick this song as a single,” Taylor Swift told an enraptured audience Friday afternoon in Manhattan,…

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‘S.N.L.’ Gives Ted Cruz His Own Version of ‘Sesame Street’

Back in 2012, when the then-Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney professed his affection for Big Bird but nonetheless vowed to…

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‘A Safe and Happy Place.’ Readers Share What Abba’s Music Means to Them

From left, Leena Hamad, Bobae Johnson, Paul Tamburro and Nishita Sinha dressed as Abba for Halloween in 2019.“I firmly believe…

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Arts

Snail Mail Turns a Bleeding Heart Into a Spectacular Album

Lindsey Jordan is far from the first person to have her heart broken, but “Valentine,” her remarkable second album as…

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World

The Future Is Big. So Courtney Barnett Still Sings About Small Things.

MELBOURNE — Courtney Barnett has been spending a lot of time thinking about the future. The Grammy-nominated Australian songwriter built…

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Business

After 14 Years, Robert Plant and Alison Krauss Finally Reunite

“Raising Sand,” the 2007 duet album by Robert Plant and Alison Krauss, started as an experiment, a modest side project…

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