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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…

7 little-known artists that need to be in your life

Andrea Lim shines a light on seven obscure artists that deserve more attention. Caravan Palace This quirky French electro swing band is pure fun. Laced with nostalgic samples that capture the vintage, brassy sound of the 40s and a crowded dance floor of whirling people, Caravan Palace jolts us into the present with robotic scatting and synthesized…