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If walls could talk, Beatrice Laus’s would probably sound a lot like her debut full-length, 2020’s Fake It Flowers. The 20-year-old’s London bedroom, which has served as a muse, a homebase, and a canvas, is covered in abstract cutouts of butterflies, streamers and paper flowers, all illuminated by a massive skylight and a string of Christmas lights. It’s cozy but maximalist, cluttered but curated — a fitting visual for her music, which flits between the driving guitar melodies of early aughts power pop and the subdued, angular chords of indie folk (what some might aptly refer to as “bedroom pop”).

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Flatbush Zombies released their Now, More Than Ever EP in June, and they’re already back with new music today. “Afterlife” is even more exciting than your average Zombies drop, too, because it’s produced by none other than James Blake. Maybe that’s why they promoted it with a billboard in Denver and a “red carpet extravaganza

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