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Moses Sumney’s ‘Aromanticism’ is a dreamy reflection on lovelessness

Stop me if you think you’ve heard this one before: Single male, armed with little more than an acoustic guitar, records an album full of ruminating songs about lost love. Several of these songs have vague, almost elemental titles — “Plastic,” “Lonely World,” “Doomed,” “Quarrel,” “Indulge Me.” Others, like “Don’t Bother Calling” or “Make Out in…

Wind down with Daniel Caesar’s debut album ‘Freudian’

It’s no secret that Canadian artists are making their mark on the international music industry, and Daniel Caesar is no exception. The Toronto native’s gospel background infused in his new R&B exploits creates a truly psychedelic, otherworldly experience in his appropriately named debut album “Freudian.” Caesar explores and affirms Freud’s hypothesis that sexual energy is…