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Welcome to Track Life, a daily column in which Jacob Knight shares what he thinks to be the best in music, both new and old. Sometimes you don’t even need a reason to love a song. Sometimes, you just want to get as hype as possible and certain tracks allow for

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Welcome to Track Life, a new daily column in which Jacob Knight shares what he thinks to be the best in music, both new and old. For all of its “bedroom” simplicity, Liz Harris’ music (recorded under the moniker Grouper) has the power to both distance and connect with a listener simultaneously.

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Welcome to Track Life, a new daily column in which Jacob Knight shares what he thinks to be the best in music, both new and old. Compassion is hard to come by anymore, but if anybody’s music is the very artistic embodiment of the word, it’s Mike Hadreas’ (a/k/a Perfume Genius).

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Welcome to Track Life, a new daily column in which Jacob Knight shares what he thinks to be the best in music, both new and old. While watching The Perks of Being a Wallflower recently, I was struck by my ability to pinpoint exactly which year the drama was occurring

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Welcome to Track Life, a new daily column in which Jacob Knight shares what he thinks to be the best in music, both new and old. One band this new generation of “indie rockers” hasn’t been completely able to recreate is Nirvana. While LA punks No Age have come close (at

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Welcome to Track Life, a new daily column in which Jacob Knight shares what he thinks to be the best in music, both new and old. HEALTH does one thing that most other bands of their generation should take note of: a few months following each album of original material, they

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Welcome to Track Life, a new daily column in which Jacob Knight shares what he thinks to be the best in music, both new and old. X has a weird history. Formed in Los Angeles in 1977, the band orginally emerged as one of the most lauded members of the city’s

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Welcome to Track Life, a new daily column in which Jacob Knight shares what he thinks to be the best in music, both new and old. Autre Ne Veut’s Anxiety is the album of 2013 thus far. Full of soulful croons based around love, sex, life and death, it’s a weird masterwork of

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