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Ethel Cain

Ethel Cain is open about the fact that she wants to make listeners stop in their tracks. With her music, the goal is for listeners to become fully immersed in the moment and the sounds that she creates. Growing up in a Southern Christian town in Florida, Cain was raised largely on choir and worship […]

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Vince Aung

When Olivia Rodrigo took over the world with “drivers license” at the top of 2021, critics like me scrambled to point out reference points for the trembling piano ballad, which simultaneously felt traditional and in step with the bedroom-pop zeitgeist. But Rodrigo herself did not cite the influence of Phoebe Bridgers, Billie Eilish, or even her self-professed idols Taylor Swift and Lorde. Rather, she said the song was directly indebted to minor, the 2020 EP from Gracie Abrams. “It was so great,” Rodrigo told Pandora. “I was so inspired. I literally just drove around my neighborhood listening to it for like an hour, and I was so moved that I went home and I wrote this song, which I really love, that is very much inspired by her style of songwriting.”

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The songwriter-producer-frontman also discusses his latest Bleachers LP and why he’s not into “patriarchal bass” in an interview for Rolling Stone‘s new Grammy Preview For more, check out: (Source)

Her second album of the year is dense and abstract, turning inward and finding solace in sisterhood For more, check out: (Source)

Lana Del Rey just released her new album Blue Banisters yesterday. And to celebrate the release, she went on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert to perform album single “Arcadia,” crooning directly into the camera accompanied only by a piano. Watch and listen below.

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Singer’s new album Blue Banisters arrived Friday For more, check out: (Source)

Singer-songwriter’s second album of 2021 will arrive this Friday, Oct. 22 For more, check out: (Source)

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Singer drops second visual for latest Blue Banisters single For more, check out: (Source)

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Lana Del Rey has quit social media. She announced the news in a video posted to her now-removed Instagram yesterday, explaining that she’s deactivating her Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook accounts “because I have so many other interests and other jobs I’m doing that require privacy and transparency.”

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