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Jessica Machado

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  • Little Earthquakes: Deluxe Edition

    Tori Amos arrived in 1991 like the cool older sister of a million alt-rock fans' dreams, hair aflame in a shade unattainable by Manic Panic. The pop charts had never heard a female voice quite like the one on Little Earthquakes, from the sharp mix of desire and frustration in "Precious Things" ("So you can […]

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  • Under the Pink: Deluxe Edition

    Tori Amos arrived in 1991 like the cool older sister of a million alt-rock fans' dreams, hair aflame in a shade unattainable by Manic Panic. The pop charts had never heard a female voice quite like the one on Little Earthquakes, from the sharp mix of desire and frustration in "Precious Things" ("So you can […]

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  • Terraplane

    A country maverick throws a down-home Texas blues party

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  • Seeds

    The art-rock crew wrestles with the loss of a key member, beautifully

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  • Rips

    D.C. hardcore vet starts a fun, freewheeling new trio

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  • Barragán

    On their ninth album, this New York trio – once swathed in moody synth layers and art-house dance beats – have pared down to their delicate, creaky bones. Barragán is haunted by the romantic split between singer-guitarists Kazu Makino and Amedeo Pace, most notably on the exes' spare, bewitching duet "Seven Two." The band is […]

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