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Review: The Disorienting Beauty of Grizzly Bear’s Painted Ruins

Eight months into what’s shaping up to be one of the strangest years on record, it’s hard to shake the sense each morning that literally anything is possible. You might wake up to news of a clandestine vote to revoke health care, or catty government in-fighting, or heartless domestic terror, ... More »
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