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Moments forever: Chinese people's changes in fashions over past 4 decades
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At times, Moment of Forever is relaxed enough to sound like a party. The denser approach of the music for that song fits. In small ways, nearly every song on the album ties into the greater human story of growing up, getting old, and dying. Recklessness gets harder to pull off as the years pass by.
The overall tone of the album is absolute ease. The Black Keys loudly rock out with Let's Rock , an album celebrating the directness and enjoyment of the electric guitar. Experimental, electronic artist K. Leimer binds the music on Irrational Overcast to the central themes to create something, that attempts to articulate the dangers that threaten societal equilibrium today.
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Glasgow-based indie poppers Sacred Paws offer up a second album full of brisk, bright songs that draw from several styles, notably Afrobeat and post-punk. Women with economic privilege are positioned to celebrate Nike's "Dream Further" ad as progress while ignoring their complicity in the exploitation of other women. Focusing on vinyl records and the labels that released them, An Encyclopedia of Political Record Labels traces the parallel rise of social movements in the second half of the twentieth century and the vinyl record as the dominant form of music distribution.
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