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Review: Nick Waterhouse embraces, subverts the past on new album

Nick Waterhouse knows his retro sounds well enough that he doesn't have to merely imitate them. Over four albums, he writes, performs and arranges with an intention both designed to nod at the '50s and '60s stylists he reveres while also subverting them.

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