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Brian Eno / Roger Eno: “Mixing Colours”

For decades, Brian Eno, the visionary known for coining the term “ambient music,” has collaborated with his younger brother, the pianist Roger Eno. Last week, they released their first joint...

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Four Tet: “Sixteen Oceans”

Kieran Hebden, the prolific English producer known as Four Tet, recently extended his already prodigious catalogue with “Sixteen Oceans,” a record that plunges deep into a weightless space between ambient...

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Half Waif: “The Caretaker”

Half Waif’s new album, “The Caretaker,” evokes the stifling feeling of wanting to force time forward and charge into...

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Howard Merritt: “Live at the Flamingo”

Under the name San Francisco Disco Preservation Society, the d.j. Jim Hopkins has spent the past several years digitally archiving club, radio, and promo mixes going back to the...

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Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra: “Black, Brown and Beige”

Duke Ellington’s “Black, Brown and Beige”—a piece that was intended to be “a tone parallel to the history of the American Negro”—was his problem child....

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Jon Hassell: “Vernal Equinox”

365体育投注The composer Jon Hassell has long referred to his music as “Fourth World”—an amalgam of Indian classical music (he studied with the vocalist Pandit Pran Nath), Miles Davis’...

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Lil Uzi Vert: “Eternal Atake”

Lil Uzi Vert’s otherworldly new album, “Eternal Atake,” (and its deluxe version, “LUV vs. the World 2”) crash-landed onto...

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Miles Davis: “Bitches Brew”

If Miles Davis was looking for a commercial breakthrough with his 1970 album “Bitches Brew,” he certainly went about it backward. Assembling a sprawling crew of players, he set off...

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Shabaka and the Ancestors: “We Are Sent Here by History”

“We Are Sent Here by History”—a new album by Shabaka and the Ancestors, a South African ensemble led by the British-Barbadian saxophonist and clarinettist Shabaka Hutchings—is...

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The Weeknd: “After Hours”

365体育投注One of the biggest challenges the Weeknd has faced is also a prison of his own making. His début mixtape, “House of Balloons,” from 2011—an anonymous, coke-riddled haze...

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