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Raqs-e-Bismil

Each Sunday, Pitchfork takes an in-depth look at a significant album from the past, and any record not in our archives is eligible. Today, we revisit the 2000 album from one of the most famous and influential musicians in South Asian history, a spare, heart-rending, spiritually transcendent experience.
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Coming and Going

Interweaving spiritual jazz, thumping rhythms, and contributions from a tight-knit group of collaborators, the Nicaraguan Canadian musician imbues his fifth LP with the warmth of human connection.
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Magdalena Bay Announce New Album Imagina...

“Image” leads the Mercurial World follow-up
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Listen to SuperThrowed Fay Fay’s “Simon ...

The must-hear rap song of the day
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A Record Collection, Reduced to a Mixtap...

A double LP and CD box set collect the irascible English rockers’ studio recordings, B-sides, and live cuts. Though new material is limited, the band’s commitment to legacy is perfectly in character.
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Algorithm

The prodigious singer reunites with producer D’Mile for a collection of live-band soul and future-R&B that aspires to update the classic seduction jam with a dose of modern vulnerability.