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Andrew VanWyngarden of MGMT performing in 2010. MGMT released their fourth studio album, “Little Dark Age,” on Feb. 9.
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Album Review: MGMT returns from the rabbit hole with “Little Dark Age”

Kayla McKiski February 11, 2018
Psychedelic rock band MGMT has returned to its roots with a synth-pop record, “Little Dark Age,” released Feb. 9 by Columbia Records.
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Calm Uranus, Planet Nine is not yet a certainty

Calm Uranus, Planet Nine is not yet a certainty

Timothy Sarro February 2, 2016
This is coming from one of the biggest space nerds on campus: Can we all calm down a bit until we get some more solid evidence?
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Return of a freak: Beck’s “Morning Phase”

Jon Winkler February 26, 2014
Freaks have made some of the best music in the past 50 years because they do not put an immediate ID tag on themselves. This way they can stick their toes in two or three genres on one album and make it their own sound. While freaks like Prince and David Bowie have been on and off in the past 20 years, the public has come to know a new freak of musical nature: His name is Beck Hansen.
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Arcade Fire dance and dabble in new sounds

Jon Winkler October 30, 2013
Curiosity must have hit some people when they saw Arcade Fire perform for “Saturday Night Live” on Sept. 28. It was the first televised performance of Arcade Fire since they concluded the tour of their 2010 Grammy-winning tour de force “The Suburbs” and since they began a curious ad campaign behind their upcoming album. Something seemed very off: these were the faces of Arcade Fire, but no one could recall them in such a strange style.
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