Music Club 2016
music club 2016
The Music Club

The Music Club, 2016

Here’s an eight-hour, 125-song playlist for listening back on the year.

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Dec. 29 2016 9:45 AMThe Music Club, 2016Troubling times call for more than angry protest anthems. There’s also power in tenderness.
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Dec. 29 2016 5:45 AMThe Music Club, 2016My two favorite albums of the year both came from the same city.
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Dec. 28 2016 10:00 AMThe Music Club, 2016The internet isn’t democratizing music the way I’d hoped.
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Dec. 28 2016 5:45 AMThe Music Club, 2016The best shows I saw in 2016—and a defense of “best of” lists in a year of worsts.
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Dec. 27 2016 10:17 AMThe Music Club, 2016Dance music is still giving too many bros a pass, while marginalizing women and people of color.
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Dec. 27 2016 7:02 AMThe Music Club, 2016The biggest mistake I made as a music critic this year.
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Dec. 26 2016 9:13 AMThe Music Club, 2016Black women may have ruled the pop conversation, but the charts were dominated by petulant men.
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Dec. 29 2016 7:00 AMThe Music Club, 2016Kanye may support Trump, but Pablo can still inspire us.
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Dec. 28 2016 11:30 AMThe Music Club, 2016The many musical strategies employed this year by difficult women.
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Dec. 28 2016 9:00 AMThe Music Club, 2016The year’s best music moments from movies and TV.
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Dec. 27 2016 12:08 PMThe Music Club, 2016What pop music—and even Drake’s “One Dance”—can do for us in this year of calamities.
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Dec. 27 2016 9:06 AMThe Music Club, 2016The Ghost Ship fire shows that we need truly safe spaces.
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Dec. 26 2016 11:55 AMThe Music Club, 2016This was a terrible, horrible, no good, very bad year on the pop charts. But streaming gives some hope.
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Dec. 26 2016 5:48 AMThe Music Club, 2016The best albums of 2016, a year of constant flux.