Janelle Monáe (Dirty Computer)

Janelle Monáe (Dirty Computer)

Beyond the Me Too and Black Lives Matter movements, beyond the politically correct, Monáe celebrates the power and magic of the black woman. Through a very experimental R&B, asks us in a flash: "Do you remember when they said I looked too masculine?" Self-declared...

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Songs of Praise (Shame)

Songs of Praise (Shame)

Shame is the typical post-punk band of southern England, which is no shame, led by the energetic Charlie Steen. At a concert, he appeared on crutches and climbed a sound tower. On another occasion, he spits into the sky and, on the cold London night, his message...

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Bottle It In (Kurt Vile)

Bottle It In (Kurt Vile)

It is already the seventh delivery as a soloist of the singer-songwriter of Philadelphia and once again surprises us with his assembly of psycho-folk-rock. It is an album that smells of coffee and smoke, dawn and hope (lessness). In 80 minutes, Bottle It In says...

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Boarding House (Jack White)

Boarding House (Jack White)

Jack White never takes the easy road. Nor bewilder. Although some received this album with indifference (did they want me to throw the house out the window?), The Detroit musician delves into the classic sounds with an original and virtuous spin. If you don't believe...

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