Music Club 2017
music club 2017
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The Music Club, 2017

Entry 14: Love is a mixtape (even if it’s a playlist).

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Dec. 28 2017 11:00 AMThe Music Club, 2017Entry 13: The audacity of songs full of hope.
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Dec. 28 2017 7:17 AMThe Music Club, 2017Entry 11: The songs that helped me get through my grief.
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Dec. 27 2017 9:30 AMThe Music Club, 2017Entry 9: The problem with country music’s shift from bro country toward beau country.
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Dec. 26 2017 10:30 AMThe Music Club, 2017Entry 7: Trump is already building walls, but musicians are still making music across borders.
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Dec. 26 2017 7:30 AMThe Music Club, 2017Entry 5: My favorite albums of the year.
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Dec. 25 2017 9:00 AMThe Music Club, 2017Entry 3: This was a year of acute star fatigue.
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Dec. 25 2017 5:55 AMThe Music Club, 2017Entry 1: This year marked the end of empowering diva pop and the rise of mumbling men. Could playlists of “sonic wallpaper” really be next?
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Dec. 28 2017 9:30 AMThe Music Club, 2017Entry 12: This year’s Latin pop boomlet might not last—but white pop stars probably aren’t about to take back the charts either.
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Dec. 27 2017 11:00 AMThe Music Club, 2017Entry 10: Some of my favorite love songs of the year were written by dads for their babies.
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Dec. 27 2017 7:15 AMThe Music Club, 2017Entry 8: The connection between the personal and the political isn’t playing out the same way in country music.
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Dec. 26 2017 9:00 AMThe Music Club, 2017Entry 6: What this year’s political-music prodigies owe to Prodigy.
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Dec. 25 2017 10:00 AMThe Music Club, 2017Entry 4: This was yet another great year for women in rock.
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Dec. 25 2017 7:45 AMThe Music Club, 2017Entry 2: This year saw the “browning of America” begin to infiltrate pop.